Closed Consultations/Surveys

  • 20mph Zone - Gilmorton Avenue Area

    Leicester City Council is proposing to change the speed limit from 30mph to 20mph on streets in the Gilmorton Avenue area. More
    Closed 5 September 2022
  • Draft Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment 2022

    Pharmaceutical needs assessments (PNAs) are carried out around the country every three years, to ensure that local community pharmacies (chemists) are meeting the pharmaceutical needs of local people. The PNA helps NHS England manage and make decisions about requests from pharmacists or pharmacy businesses to set up new community pharmacies, merge businesses, or move premises within Leicester. They also provide insight into other areas where improvements can be made. Health and... More
    Closed 4 September 2022
  • Homelessness services review

    Homelessness services in Leicester provide a range of housing services and support to help individuals affected by homelessness rebuild their lives and make a success of their future. Many groups and organisations play a role in tackling homelessness; in particular, the voluntary, faith and community sectors. As a local authority, we undertake a review of homelessness services and produce a homelessness strategy every five years. We want to hear your views about services: how... More
    Closed 4 September 2022
  • Stoneygate parking

    Leicester City Council have received a number of enquiries from residents regarding parking issues in the Stoneygate area, t he majority of which relate to difficulties finding parking spaces, with business vehicles, commuters and other visitors to the area taking the limited number of spaces that are available. One way to address these issues is to introduce a residents’ parking scheme in the area. There are number of ways such a scheme could operate. For... More
    Closed 28 August 2022
  • Draft Joint Carers Strategy 2022-25 consultation

    As a carer or as someone supporting a carer, we would like your feedback on the refreshed draft Joint Carers Strategy 2022-25. 27 JUNE UPDATE: We are sorry that we have had to postpone the planned event on 28 June due to illness. The new date for the drop in event at Leicester City Football Club is 13 July, 1-3pm. Who is a carer? Many of us look after someone that we care about. We define a carer as anyone who supports and cares, unpaid, for a family member or friend... More
    Closed 31 July 2022
  • Public Spaces Protection Orders for Dog Control 2022

    Leicester City Council's currently operates three Public Spaces Protection Orders for Dog Control across the city: Fouling Exclusion Dogs on leads These grant the council legal powers to take enforcement action in relation to any dog control issues that may occur. The current powers are valid for three years, and are due to expire on 30 November 2022. We are asking key stakeholders and members of the public for their views on our plans to extend the current... More
    Closed 31 July 2022
  • Queens Road improvements

    We are considering a range of possible improvements to Queens Road as part of a city-wide programme of investment to help the city and local businesses recover from nearly two years of disruption from the pandemic. Part of this would involve creating a more attractive shopping environment, with more space for outdoor café areas and wider, safer pavements for pedestrians. We would like to hear your views on our initial thoughts on what could changed in the area. More
    Closed 30 July 2022
  • Apprenticeship Graduation 2022

    This year's Apprenticeship Graduation Ceremony was held on Friday 17 June at De Montfort Hall. If you've been a participant in the event, please give us your feedback. Your feedback will help us make the day even better for next year's graduates and their guests. This quick questionnaire should take no longer than 5 minutes to complete. More
    Closed 17 July 2022
  • St Matthews / St Peters improvements

    We have been carrying out work to improve the St Matthews and St Peter’s areas of the city. A considerable amount of work has already taken place to improve the condition of the estates, including clearing fly tipping, dealing with pests and tidying up the green areas and shrubs. We are now seeking views on some of the more important changes we would like to make. In St Matthews the area we will focus on next is the large courtyard for Lethbridge Close and Edmonton Road. For St Peters... More
    Closed 5 June 2022
  • Smile Awards voting form

    The Smile Awards have been set up to celebrate people and organisations who have helped improve oral health in Leicester through creative and innovative projects and practices. Many thanks to everyone who sent in nominations. Candidates for each award have now been shortlisted and given a score from a panel of judges. - The public vote for shortlisted candidates is now open (closes Sunday 29 May). You can vote in as many categories as you wish. There are four to choose from: ... More
    Closed 29 May 2022
  • Scraptoft Lane zebra crossing

    We are proposing the introduction of a new zebra crossing to help pedestrians cross Scraptoft Lane between New Romney Crescent and Bowhill Grove. There is currently no provision for safe road crossing in this area. This section of road is used by local residents using the bus service and visiting shops, and also pupils walking to and from Scraptoft Valley Primary School. The proposed zebra crossing will be put onto a road hump and speed cushions will be installed near to the... More
    Closed 22 May 2022
  • Live Well Walk & Cycle More Survey

    Leicester City Council are committed to supporting local communities to become happier, healthier and fitter by offering access to a wide range of support services. By completing this survey your views will enable us to develop our walking and cycling offer in the future. One of the council’s key aims is to help people improve their physical activity and make sustainable travel choices - for example making short journeys on foot or by cycle. The outcomes... More
    Closed 17 May 2022
  • Tudor Road residential parking

    A number of residents have raised concerns about parking issues in the Tudor Road area. The majority of these relate to difficulties finding parking spaces close to their home due to commuters or other visitors to the area taking up available parking spaces. We would like to hear your views on a proposal to introduce a controlled residents parking zone in the area. More
    Closed 15 May 2022
  • Safer Streets Healthier Neighbourhoods - Knighton update

    Like many other parts of the city, Knighton has seen a steady increase in traffic levels over the past ten years. Residential streets in particular have been badly affected, with up to 75% of traffic being ‘through traffic’ and/or part of the school run in some areas such as Northfold Road. The council secured funding from the Department for Transport which has allowed us to trial new traffic measures. These measures will help reduce speeding, rat running and congestion in the area.... More
    Closed 8 May 2022
  • Smile Awards nomination form

    The Smile Awards have been set up to celebrate people and organisations who have helped improve oral health in Leicester through creative and innovative projects and practices. There are six nomination categories: Above and Beyond Award - an individual who has shown a particular enthusiasm, passion and dedication to improving oral health in their setting or local community. Community Champion Award (Adults) - an individual or group working or volunteering in Leicester who... More
    Closed 29 April 2022
  • Joint Health, Social Care and Education Transitions Strategy Refresh 2022-2024

    Over the last 3 years partners across health and social care have worked together to deliver the key priorities and actions as set out in the original Joint Health, Social Care and Education Transitions Strategy 2019 to 2022. The delivery of the strategy and action has improved the outcomes for our young people, especially those with special educational needs and disabilities and our children who are looked after, as they transition from childhood to adulthood. ... More
    Closed 26 April 2022
  • Woodgate residential parking

    A number of residents have raised concerns about parking issues in the Woodgate area. The majority of these relate to difficulties finding parking spaces close to their home due to commuters or other visitors to the area taking up available parking spaces. We would like to hear your views on a proposal to introduce a controlled residents parking zone in the area. More
    Closed 24 April 2022
  • Lomond Crescent - Experimental Traffic Management and 20 mph Speed Limit

    Concern has been expressed by residents over the number of vehicles losing control and crashing through fences on Lomond Crescent at the left hand bend to the north of its eastern junction with Heacham Drive. An Experimental Traffic Order is being introduced to prohibit entry for all vehicles (except cyclists) into Lomond Crescent at its eastern junction with Heacham Drive. It is aimed at improve road safety and reducing the risk of accidents at the bend. Aligned but mutually... More
    Closed 28 March 2022
  • 20mph Zone - Braunstone Community Primary School

    Leicester City Council is proposed to change the speed limit from 30mph to 20mph on the streets around Braunstone Community Primary School. More
    Closed 28 March 2022
  • Pharmacy services 2022

    The three local Health and Wellbeing Boards are asking people across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland for their views on pharmacy services and usage. The survey will help the NHS to plan for the future and ensure that local pharmacies offer high quality and accessible services. We are also interested in your views on how pharmacy services can be improved. What you tell us will inform the three Pharmaceutical Needs Assessments (PNAs) for Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.... More
    Closed 27 March 2022
  • Westcotes Drive traffic management - revised proposals

    We would like to hear your views on revised proposals to address the issue of excessive speeding and rat running in the Westcotes Drive area. The amended proposals take into account comments and feedback from a previous consultation in September of last year, and now include a number of different measures to help reduce the number of vehicles using Westcotes Drive and Braunstone Avenue as a short-cut between Hinckley Road and Fullhurst Avenue. More
    Closed 20 March 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. A workplace parking levy for Leicester would provide transformational investment, with total funding of some £450m, to help deliver our ambitions for a well connected, environmentally friendly,... More
    Closed 13 March 2022
  • 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. Leicester City Council has an ambition to ensure the Private Rented Sector (PRS) in Leicester is fit for purpose and a key part of that is to ensure the council raises housing standards in the sector. To... More
    Closed 22 February 2022
  • 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 council’s responsibility to enable, support and assist children and young people with SEND to participate in education and training. Parent / carer responsibilities in supporting their... 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 simpler. We propose the introduction of a new A4D in Leicester which, if confirmed, will require planning applications to be submitted for new proposals to convert houses to small scale Houses in Multiple... 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 which sections of the plan should be given priority over the next few years. Please note: This website should translate into a different language if you have a translation add-on installed and your... 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
  • Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland Carer Strategy Refresh

    A carer is anyone who cares, unpaid, for a friend or family member who due to illness, disability, substance misuse or a mental health need or an addiction cannot manage without their support. The carer strategy is a plan that includes things that we think should happen in Leicester to make life better for carers. The Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland (LLR) carers strategy is due to be updated. It can be found on our website . The strategy was written before the COVID-19... More
    Closed 19 December 2021
  • Leicester Household Survey 2021

    Leicester City Council is committed to understanding the views, needs and wants of different members of the community in Leicester. The information you provide helps the council to deliver better services, make decisions based on evidence about the local population and gain a better understanding of the needs of residents. More
    Closed 17 December 2021
  • School admission arrangements 2023-24

    Leicester City Council is responsible for setting the admission arrangements for all its mainstream community and voluntary controlled schools. We are considering making the following changes to the current arrangements, to take effect from the 2023/24 academic year: Reduce the Published Admissions Number (PAN) at Eyres Monsell Primary School from 60 to 45 from September 2023. To update the oversubscription criteria in line with the mandatory requirements imposed... More
    Closed 13 December 2021
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