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

  • Landlord Licensing

    Access to decent affordable housing is essential to support good health and wellbeing and a good quality of life. Ongoing pressures within the housing market mean that for many, including a rising proportion of families, the only chance of a decent home is a... More

    Closes 22 February 2022

  • Workplace Parking Levy

    It is clear that if the council is to meet challenging decarbonisation, air quality and health ambitions, implement COVID-19 recovery plans, and deliver on people’s travel needs in a rapidly growing city, substantial additional funding will be needed to... More

    Closes 13 March 2022

Open Consultations/Surveys

  • Landlord Licensing

    Access to decent affordable housing is essential to support good health and wellbeing and a good quality of life. Ongoing pressures within the housing market mean that for many, including a rising proportion of families, the only chance of a decent home is a private rented tenancy. ... More

    Closes 22 February 2022

  • Workplace Parking Levy

    It is clear that if the council is to meet challenging decarbonisation, air quality and health ambitions, implement COVID-19 recovery plans, and deliver on people’s travel needs in a rapidly growing city, substantial additional funding will be needed to deliver our ambitious transport plans.... More

    Closes 13 March 2022

  • 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

    Closes 21 November 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

  • Self-Build and Custom Build Register

    The Self-build and Custom Housebuilding (Register) Regulations 2016 made under the 2015 Act came into force on 1 April 2016. The Regulations place a duty on the council to keep a register of individuals/associations of individuals who wish to acquire serviced plots of land to bring forward... More

    Closes 31 December 2022

Closed Consultations/Surveys

  • SEND transport policy

    We are seeking views on our updated transport policies for children and young people with Special Education Needs and/or Disabilities ( SEND) up to age 16, and those with SEND attending Post-16 education. The new draft policy documents outline: The... More

    Closed 16 January 2022

  • Article 4 Direction extension

    This consultation is formally known as a ' Review of Article 4 Directions relating to Conversion of Houses (Class C3) to Class C4 Small Houses in Multiple Occupation’ However, we will refer to the Article 4 Direction as A4D throughout this consultation to make things... More

    Closed 13 January 2022

  • Leicester health, care & wellbeing delivery plan 2022-27

    The Leicester health, care and wellbeing delivery plan has been designed to improve future health outcomes of the people of Leicester. It sets out high-level priorities that local health and care organisations will work together on over the coming years. We want to hear your view on... More

    Closed 9 January 2022

  • Ainsdale Road Area 20mph zone

    Leicester City Council is proposing to change the speed limit from 30mph to 20mph on the streets in the Ainsdale Road Area. We would like to know your views about this proposal. More

    Closed 7 January 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 31 December 2021

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 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.

We asked

We asked for views on the proposed 20mph Zone for Abbey Mead School.

You said

Twenty four valid responses were received to the online consultation, 8 of which were outside the consultation delivery area.

We also carried out a paper consultation to residents in the area covered by the proposals - 994 letters were delivered.

In total, 157 people replied (16% response rate).

142 (90%) were in favour of the proposed 20mph speed limit, 12 (8%) against and  3 (2%) made no selection.

136 (87%) were in favour of the proposed traffic calming proposals 15 (10%) against and  6 (3%) made no selection.

 

We did

As a result of the support of the proposals, the City Mayor has approved the implementation of the scheme which is scheduled to come into force in Spring 2022.

We asked

We asked for views on various school term date options covering 2022/23 up to 2026/27.

You said

A total of 5,514 responses were received to the online consultation.

3,628 respondents (65.8%) chose Option A to keep the existing pattern of term dates, which matches the Leicestershire County Council dates.

1,143 chose Option B and 625 chose Option C. 

We did

As a result of the support of the proposal, the Deputy City Mayor for Education and Housing has approved the implementation of the dates set out in Option A. These can be viewed on the Leicester City Council website.