Consultations

Consultations

Current consultations

Each consultation has its own page of information explaining what it is about, who should complete it and when it closes.

The Birches older persons' home, Shefford – We're consulting on the future of The Birches older persons' home after reviewing a number of options.
Consultation closes: 18 May 2017.

Overview and scrutiny consultation – We're asking for your suggestions for discussion topics for 2017/2018 covering our policies, plans and strategies.
Consultation closes: 31 March 2017.

St. Swithun's Voluntary Controlled Lower School, Sandy – We're consulting on proposals to enlarge the premises of St. Swithun's Voluntary Controlled Lower School following the school's change of age range from lower to primary.
Consultation closes: 16 March 2017.

Robert Peel Foundation Lower School, Sandy – We're consulting consultation on proposals to enlarge the premises of Robert Peel Foundation Lower School following the school's change of age range from lower to primary.
Consultation closes: 16 March 2017.

John Donne Church of England Voluntary Aided Lower School, Blunham – We're consulting on proposals to enlarge the premises of John Donne Church of England Voluntary Aided Lower School following the school's change of age range from lower to primary.
Consultation closes: 16 March 2017.

Shillington Community Lower School consultation – We're consulting on a proposal to change the age range of Shillington Community Lower School from 4-9 years to 2-9 years.
Consultation closes: 15 March 2017.

The Personal Social Services Adult Social Care Survey England (ASCS) – We're required to conduct an annual postal survey of our service users using The Personal Social Services Adult Social Care Survey England (ASCS) national survey for England.
Consultation closes: 10 March 2017.

Short break services for children and teenagers with disabilities – We're reviewing the way that short break services are funded and delivered to ensure that we can continue to provide effective and high-quality services, giving choice and opportunity to children and teenagers with disabilities and their families.
Consultation closes: 15 March.

Consultations with no fixed closing date

These consultations and surveys are ongoing, with no fixed closing date for feedback.

Community Safety tracker – The Community Safety Partnership wants to hear your views about how safe you feel in your area and your views about our priorities for the year.

Post 16 survey about leaving education early - We want to hear from young people who have left their place of education early after completing their GCSEs.

Children's Services feedback form – We want to hear views of local families who have been involved with our social work teams.

What we consult on

We regularly seek the views of local people on a wide range of topics and services throughout the year, such as:

  • community safety consultations
  • public transport consultations
  • education and schools consultations
  • leisure consultations
  • libraries and culture consultations
  • planning and regeneration consultations

Get the latest consultations by email

If you would like informed of consultations open to the public, please register on Central Bedfordshire Council updates (link opens in new window) and tick which areas you would like to hear about.

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Contact the Consultations Team

Email: consultations@centralbedfordshire.gov.uk

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