Consultations, surveys and forms

This website contains consultations, surveys and forms hosted by Leicester City Council.

To submit general comments on issues not currently being consulted upon, please use one of our comments, compliments and complaints options.

Featured Consultations/Surveys

Open Consultations/Surveys

  • Moving traffic enforcement consultation

    Leicester City Council has identified problems with the efficiency of three yellow box junctions located within the vicinity of St Margaret’s and Haymarket bus stations: Abbey Street / Gravel Street yellow box junction Vaughan Way / Causeway Lane yellow box junction Southgates... More

    Closes 9 December 2022

  • Home care review

    We are currently reviewing the way we provide care to people in their homes. Our plan is to recommission services based on the outcome of this review. To help us, we’d like to hear from anyone in Leicester who receives home care, or anyone who looks after... More

    Closes 9 December 2022

  • St Marks area improvements survey

    Leicester City Council have been carrying out work to improve the St Marks area of the city. A considerable amount of work has already taken place to improve the local environment around estate, including clearing fly tipping, dealing with pests, dealing with ASB hotspots and providing extra... More

    Closes 19 December 2022

  • Local Plan documents for Full Council

    The purpose of this site is to store electronic copies of the draft Local Plan submission document and supporting documents used in the preparation of that Plan - for access by Leicester City Council's Full Council, which sits on 24 November 2022. The documents are available for reference... More

    Closes 31 December 2022

  • Steady Steps referral form

    Please use this self-referral form for a place on Steady Steps , a free postural stability (the ability to maintain an upright position) exercise programme for people aged 65 or over who have previously fallen (or are worried about falling). Designed to help improve balance,... More

    Closes 31 December 2022

Closed Consultations/Surveys

  • Leicester Sexual Health services

    The Leicester Sexual Health service is funded by Leicester City Council, Leicestershire County Council and Rutland County Council (LLR). This survey seeks the views of service users, staff and stakeholders to ascertain whether the service offers value for money, and if... More

    Closed 21 November 2022

  • Personal transport budget survey

    Leicester City Council introduced personal transport budgets (PTBs) in July 2021 to give parents and carers the freedom and flexibility to make travel arrangements that best meet the needs of their families and individual circumstances. The number of parents and carers who are using PTBs... More

    Closed 31 October 2022

  • Sports and physical activities survey

    This survey is part of an ongoing review into women’s participation in sport and physical activity in Leicester. As part of the review, we would like to hear from Leicester residents, particularly women, about their physical activity levels, opportunities and opinions on relevant facilities... More

    Closed 30 October 2022

  • You and your mental health

    The pandemic and lockdown affected many people in Leicester and we want to understand how it affected you. In particular, we want to support and empower young people to be able to speak about their mental health and seek help when and where they need it. We are developing a campaign to... More

    Closed 30 September 2022

  • Key Worker Corridors survey

    Early in the Covid-19 pandemic, Leicester and many other cities created pop-up cycleways and widened footways to provide safe routes for key workers. Leicester City Council has now secured funding from central government to maximise the benefits and help improve air quality and road safety along... More

    Closed 9 September 2022

We Asked, You Said, We Did

Here are some of the issues we have consulted on and their outcomes. See all outcomes

We asked

We consulted on our proposal to extend existing Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPO) for three elements of dog control in the city:

  1. Dog fouling
  2. Dogs on leads
  3. Dog exclusion areas

We asked the public and stakeholders if they had any objections to the proposal and provided an opportunity to leave feedback.

You said

337 responses were submitted. Nearly 99% of respondents were members of the public.

In summary, the responses were highly in support of extending all three PSPOs, as follows:

  1. Dog fouling - 95% in favour
  2. Dogs on leads - 91% in favour
  3. Dog exclusion areas - 88% in favour

Additional supportive stakeholder feedback was also received outside of this online process.

We did

All comments have been scrutinised and noted.

The evidence from reports and complaints to our customer services team, and enforcement action taken since the PSPO orders were introduced is in support of them being extended.

We now intend to seek approval from the city mayor to extend the PSPO orders for a further three years. Subject to this approval, notices will be posted in November 2022 confirming reintroduction, and we will publish the renewed orders on our website.

We asked

We asked residents and businesses for their views on a potential resident parking scheme in the Woodgate area. We also asked for views on following options for residential parking: 

  • 24 hours a day, seven days a week
  • 24 hours a day, weekdays
  • 8am-6pm, weekdays
  • Weekends

You said

90 responses in total were received from residents and businesses. Amongst other comments:

  • 44 responses selected 24 hours a day, seven days a week
  • 16 responses selected Weekend
  • 12 responses selected Other
  • 7 responses selected 8am-6pm, weekdays
  • 3 responses selected 10.30-11.30am, weekdays
  • 3 responses selected 24 hours a day, weekdays
  • 33 responses were against the introduction of residential parking in the area.

We did

All comments have been scrutinised and noted. We now intend to carry out a consultation for the 24 hours a day, seven days a week residential parking scheme, which was the most popular option.

We asked

We asked for views on our draft Gambling Policy for 2022-25. The draft policy had been updated to take account of minor changes to the Gambling Commission's guidance but was not significantly different to the existing policy.

You said

There were 12 responses to the consultation. The comments were generally favourable, with some specific suggestions for minor amendments to the policy.

We did

The draft policy was amended to take account of the consultation responses, namely:

  • removal of a table showing suitable locations for gambling premises
  • additional text relating to risk assessments
  • additional text relating to mandatory and default conditions

The draft policy was approved at Full Council on 25 November 2021 and has been published online. It will take effect on 1 February 2022.