Closed Consultations/Surveys

  • 0-19 Healthy Child Programme procurement consultation

    The 0-19 Healthy Child Programme (0-19HCP) - also known locally as Healthy Together - looks after the health and wellbeing of all children in Leicester under the age of 19. It is delivered by Public Health Nurses (Health Visitors and School Nurses) and their teams across the city. Leicester City Council have commissioned Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust to deliver the 0-19HCP since 1 July 2017. Leicester City Council are proposing to keep Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust... More
    Closed 9 April 2023
  • Regulation 7 Public Consultation (To Let Boards)

    Leicester City Council received a number of complaints during the early and mid 2010s in relation to the display of ‘to let’ boards and their effect on the character and appearance of residential areas. The council understands the need to advertise properties that are available to rent but was concerned about the large number of ‘to let’ boards for residential properties in some areas and looked at more effective ways of controlling them. The display of ‘to let’ boards... More
    Closed 5 April 2023
  • Sexual health services review

    Leicester City Council needs to procure the next sexual health services contract to begin on 1 April 2024. The current sexual health contract is jointly commissioned by Leicester City Council, Leicestershire County Council and Rutland County Council, and ends on 31 March 2024. The next contract will be commissioned solely by Leicester City Council, with Leicestershire and Rutland undertaking a separate process. We would like to hear your views on potential changes to the services and how... More
    Closed 24 March 2023
  • Stoneygate residential parking permits

    A number of residents have raised concerns about parking issues in the Stoneygate 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 21 March 2023
  • Woodgate residential parking permits

    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 20 March 2023
  • Aylestone residential parking permits

    Residents’ responses to our 2021 consultation on possible traffic measures in the Aylestone area indicated that there is a degree of support for a residents’ parking zone (RPZ) in areas affected by non-residents visiting the cricket and football grounds. The consultation also indicated general support for additional one-way streets and pavement parking controls across the area. Based on these consultation responses, we are now consulting on more targeted proposals in the Aylestone... More
    Closed 20 March 2023
  • Climate Emergency Community Engagement

    Leicester City Council is looking to connect with local community groups and organisations to help inform the council's engagement work on the climate emergency. The council declared a climate emergency in February 2019 and continues to implement a major programme of work over the next few years to move the council and Leicester towards net zero carbon emissions and climate resilience. More
    Closed 12 March 2023
  • Evington SSHN follow up survey

    The Evington Safer Streets Healthier Neighbourhoods scheme introduced a new one-way on Gamel Road and experimental road closures on Davenport Road, Newhaven Road and Greystone Avenue. Responses to this survey will help us gain a better understanding of how much impact the scheme has had on traffic in the area. More
    Closed 28 February 2023
  • 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 parking spaces. We are now seeking your views on the some of the important changes we would like to implement in 2023. The focus of our improvements relate to: Munnings Close, Donaldson Road,... More
    Closed 28 February 2023
  • Leicester Local Plan – Publication Draft 2020–2036 Consultation

    The urban area of Leicester is one of the fastest growing areas in the country, with a uniquely diverse population of about 650,000. The National Planning Policy Framework requires local planning authorities such as Leicester City Council to support sustainable development and to plan positively for it by preparing new Local Plans. The Local Plan is an important planning document that once adopted will set out the vision and aims for growth of the city over the next 15 years. The Plan... More
    Closed 27 February 2023
  • Hastings Road Day Centre consultation

    Leicester City Council runs a specialist day service for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities. Hastings Road Day Centre was opened in 2005 and operates Monday to Friday from 8.30am until 5pm. This service currently supports 21 people but there are spaces for up to 30 people to attend. In recent years, the numbers attending have been falling and the service has not had a new referral since 2016. During a review of our day care services earlier in 2022, we held... More
    Closed 17 February 2023
  • Workplace Parking Levy reference copy

    Please note that the workplace parking levy consultation is now closed and this copy of the questionnaire is for reference purposes only. Any responses submitted via this link will not be considered. Original consultation overview 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... More
    Closed 31 January 2023
  • Ash Field Academy Residential Provision

    Ash Field Academy provides education and support to children and young people between the ages of 4 and 19 years of age, who have complex health and medical needs. All pupils have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP). The school has capacity for 160 pupils and currently provides overnight residential provision for up to 18 pupils per night, four nights per week during term time. Annually, 35-45 (22-28%) of Ash Field Academy’s pupils are accessing the residential provision. Many of... More
    Closed 9 January 2023
  • 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 someone who receives home care. The survey should take around five minutes to complete and will close on 2 January 2023. More
    Closed 2 January 2023
  • Bowel Cancer Screening Survey

    This survey looks at why people carry out bowel cancer screening tests (and why some people don't). Your responses and comments will help us gain a better understanding of why bowel cancer screening uptake is low in some parts of the of the city. More
    Closed 31 December 2022
  • How Are You, Leicester?

    How are you, Leicester? The last two years have had a big impact on the physical and mental health and wellbeing of many people in Leicester. As well COVID-19, there are many other issues affecting our communities, some of which have been made worse by the pandemic. So, we would like to ask you a question: How are you? Please take a little time to complete this survey to tell us about the health and wellbeing issues that are affecting you and your community. This will help to make... More
    Closed 31 December 2022
  • Cedar Road / Myrtle Road one-way and pavement parking scheme

    Cedar Road and Myrtle Road are two-way cul-de-sacs in Stoneygate. Both streets are primarily residential, terraced streets containing build outs and kerb-to-kerb speed tables which have been installed to control the speed of traffic. The area is part of a 20mph zone. Due to the relatively close proximity to the city centre, double yellow line restrictions are in place on both streets, together with resident permit holder parking bays for local residents and visitors. Parking is currently... More
    Closed 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, stability, muscle strength and everyday functions. Steady Steps classes are tailored to each client’s ability level and progressions will be made week on week. The information you provide... More
    Closed 31 December 2022
  • Maidstone Road zebra crossing

    Moat Community College has over 1,000 pupils, the majority of whom cross the busy Maidstone Road close to the Apollo Close junction when entering or leaving the college. We are proposing the introduction of a new Zebra crossing at the junction to help improve safety for pupils and local residents. The proposed crossing will be put onto a road hump, similar to other road humps located on Maidstone Road. Due to the close proximity of the proposed Zebra Crossing to an existing road... More
    Closed 31 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 purposes only at this time, though will be re-issued in January 2023 when the draft Local Plan goes to public consulation on this site. More
    Closed 31 December 2022
  • 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 underpass merge with Vaughan Way The junctions are becoming blocked with traffic when motorists enter the box junction without ensuring the exit lane or road is clear, causing unnecessary... More
    Closed 9 December 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 there are any gaps and / or needs in the service for future development. 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 is growing and Leicester City council is seeking the views of these parents by asking them to complete a quick survey. The survey will allow the council to understand what parents and carers... 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 that are currently available within the city. The responses gathered will help inform the current Scrutiny Review Task Groups work around ‘Encouraging women into sports and physical activities in... 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 give young people ‘self-help’ tips and advice, demonstrate that mental health issues are not to be ashamed of and signpost to services that can help further. Your participation is invaluable... 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 these key commuting routes in and out of the city. Two of the key aims of the funding are to reduce road danger, and improve access for people walking and cycling along these routes. To help... More
    Closed 9 September 2022
  • 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
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