Leicester City Council is proposing to implement a 20mph Zone in the Knighton Fields Area of Leicester.
As part of this project it is proposed to reduce the speed limit in the area from 30mph to 20mph. It is also proposed to install traffic calming (road humps and speed cushions) outside The...More
Leicester City Council is proposing to reduce the speed limit from 30mph to 20mph in the Avenues Area of Leicester. It is also proposed to install a road hump and speed cushions on Clarendon Park Road outside St John the Baptist Primary School.
Homelessness services in Leicester provide a range of housing, advice and support services for people affected by homelessness, and are delivered by a range of groups and organisations that include Leicester City Council and various voluntary, faith and community organisations.
In 2015, the Council changed how we commissioned domestic and sexual violence support services.
All services are now delivered by UAVA (United Against Violence & Abuse), which is a consortium of three established local support providers:
Living Without Abuse (LWA)
Women's Aid Leicester &...More
Leicester City Council is asking for the public’s views of plans for the Church Gate Conservation Area.
The site within Castle Ward was first designated in 2006 and contains some of Leicester’s most important historic buildings, views, streets and spaces.
Leicester City Council provides home to school transport services for children and young people with special education needs, disability or mobility needs (SEND).
The current draft policy details how Leicester City Council will assist with SEND travel arrangements as well as...More
The council provides free school transport to eligible pupils in accordance with its legal obligations.
Free transport is usually provided in the form of a bus pass to be used on commercial routes. The bus pass provides transport on a designated route and can only be used during term time at...More
People living in Stoneygate and parts of Spinney Hills are being asked whether they’d like a residents-only parking scheme to be introduced in their area.
Residents and businesses are being asked for their opinions on whether such a scheme should be brought in, and if so what areas should be...More
Leicester City Council is proposing to reduce the speed limit from 30mph to 20mph in the Downing Drive Area of Leicester. It is also proposed to install speed cushions to slow vehicle speeds on Downing Drive and Marydene Drive.
Following an investigation into recorded personal injury accidents at the junction of London Road and St Johns Road, Leicester City Council is proposing to implement an Accident Reduction Scheme. An initial proposal was consulted upon in February 2016 but results showed there was no clear...More
Following our childcare survey last year, we would like find out more about Leicester families' childcare needs. This information will help us work with childcare providers to ensure that future childcare services meet the needs of local families.
Everyone who completes the survey will be...More
We are consulting to gauge whether anti-social behaviour around street drinking is an issue for the public. Your views will help us decide whether to continue the city wide Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) which can be used to control street drinking and any related anti-social behaviour.
The Town Hall Bike Park in Leicester provides secure cycle parking in the centre of the city. The park was renovated about five years ago and is currently being run by Future Cycles who won the tender to operate the facility. This tender is due to expire in September 2017.
This consultation has...More
Your local council services are changing. We are working with local people and communities to make sure these services meet future needs. Initially, we want to find out more about the buildings and services people use in the east and central areas of Leicester.
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The city council commissions services to support Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) groups and organisations in Leicester. Contracts are currently in place for the following services:
Supporting collaboration and guaranteeing a collective voice for the city’s Voluntary and...More
Taxis are an important part of Leicester's public transport system. Taxi drivers provide a valuable service to tens of thousands of people every year.
Taxi drivers licensed by Leicester City Council sign up to a Code of Conduct. They promise to keep to the Code, keep to licence conditions...More
Continued reductions in government funding mean that Leicester City Council needs to make additional budget savings of £55 million by April 2019. This is on top of the £100 million of savings already made.
All council departments will be affected by financial cuts, including Education and...More
The council’s Housing Register is a list of people who have applied for council housing and nominations from housing associations. A person’s priority position on the register is determined by their housing need.
The rules and the procedures that set out who can apply to go on the...More
Health and social care want to work together whenever possible, to provide better services that focus on the best ways for people to stay well and to recover.
This will provide real health benefits and make the best use of the money available, help improve quality, and reduce variation in what...More
We are proposing to close Braunstone Housing Office and relocate services to The BRITE centre.
The Housing department has recently completed an organisational review. As a result, there are now fewer staff working from Braunstone Housing Office, making it impractical to carry on running the...More
Government cuts in funding mean that the council has to make financial savings. One of the ways these savings can be made is to change the way we deliver services. This can mean a reduction in staffing levels and services, as well as changing the way we do things.
We need to understand how...More
Leicester City Council has prepared a sustainability appraisal scoping report for the emerging Leicester Local Plan. The new local plan will, in time, replace the Adopted Core Strategy and remaining saved 2006 City of Leicester Local Plan policies. It will set out the long-term...More
The city council's financial position is exceptionally severe as a result of the Government's spending cuts. The grant we receive from the Government has fallen by almost 50% since 2010 (after allowing for inflation) and further cuts have been announced for the next three years.
When we set the...More
This year’s Sportive was organised as part of the Castle Classic event for Ride Leicester Festival. We aim to repeat and expand the event again next year and appreciate your feedback to help make it better.
We are consulting to gauge the level of public awareness about New Psychoactive Substances (NPS) formerly known as ‘legal highs’ and the support to enforce controls on the use of NPS by giving the police additional powers through a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO).
Leicester City Council is proposed to change the speed limit from 30mph to 20mph on the streets around Forest Lodge Primary School. To help reduce speeds and improve the safety of children attending the school, we are proposing to replace the existing poor quality speed cushions on Charnor Road...More
Leicester City Council is proposed to change the speed limit from 30mph to 20mph on the streets around Whitehall Primary School Area. To help reduce speeds and improve the safety of children attending both Whitehall and Oaklands Schools, we are proposing to install speed cushions and a refuge...More
Leicester City Council is reorganising neighbourhood services across the city. This
includes libraries, community and youth centres and adult learning centres.
Significant cuts in government funding mean that we cannot continue to run services as we do now. But before making any proposals, in...More
Originally launched in 2012, the Leicester Economic Action Plan set out aims for job creation, inward investment and business support in the city up until 2020.
The economic action plan has helped guide and support the city’s growth since 2012, but it is now time to renew it and set out new...More