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  • 20mph zone - Thurnby Lodge School Area

    Leicester City Council is proposing to change the speed limit from 30mph to 20mph on streets surrounding Thurnby Lodge School. To help reduce speeds, improve safety and discourage through traffic, we are proposing to install traffic calming on Elmcroft Avenue, Ocean Road, Dudley Avenue and Dakyn... More
    Closed 23 September 2019
  • 20mph Zone - Somerset Avenue Area

    Leicester City Council is proposing to change the speed limit from 30mph to 20mph on Somerset Anvenue and surrounding streets in the vicinity of Alderman Richard Hallam School. To help reduce speeds, improve safety and discourage through traffic we are proposing to install traffic calming on... More
    Closed 23 September 2019
  • Statement Of Community Involvement

    Leicester is a city that has recently seen great change in its buildings, public spaces, shops and attractions. It has plans to continue its economic growth working with local businesses and the community. This growth must be well planned to ensure that it continues to support... More
    Closed 13 September 2019
  • Polling District Review 2019

    In accordance with the Representation of the People Act 1983, the council has a duty to divide the city into polling districts and to designate a polling place for each of these districts. The legislation also requires every local authority to complete a review of its polling... More
    Closed 6 September 2019
  • New Walk Character Appraisal and Management Plan

    The Character Appraisal and Management Plan for the New Walk conservation area identify what makes the area special, and set out proposals and actions to preserve and enhance the area's special character. We are inviting comments on both the appraisal and the plan. More
    Closed 5 September 2019
  • Public Spaces Protection Order for Dog Control

    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... More
    Closed 11 August 2019
  • Heathley Park area 20mph zone

    Leicester City Council is proposing to introduce a 20mph zone in Heathley Park. This is part of our commitment to improve road safety and encourage walking and cycling near to schools and in residential areas. The speed limit on these streets is curently 30 miles per hour. No further traffic... More
    Closed 9 August 2019
  • Morland Avenue area 20mph limit

    Leicester City Council is proposing to introduce a 20mph speed limit on Morland Avenue and Grenfell Road. This is part of our commitment to improve road safety and encourage walking and cycling near to schools and in residential areas. The speed limit on these streets is curently 30 miles per... More
    Closed 9 August 2019
  • Apprenticeship Graduation 2019

    This year's Apprenticeship Graduation Ceremony was held on Friday 28 June at De Montfort Hall. If you've been a participant in the event, please give us your feedback. More
    Closed 21 July 2019
  • Recycling banks consultation

    Leicester City Council currently provides a network of recycling bank sites for residents of Leicester City to recycle glass bottles and jars, and paper, cardboard and textiles. To achieve savings whilst improving the service we are proposing the following changes: Remove all the... More
    Closed 10 June 2019
  • Childcare Sufficiency Assessment – Parental Survey 2019

    We are seeking the views of parents and carers about their needs for childcare. Your views are important to us as they will help us decide how to plan new childcare services, and ensure that places meet the needs for local families. In particular, we would like to know how you use... More
    Closed 26 May 2019
  • Museums and Galleries Service Survey

    We are carrying out market research to gain insight into people’s views of our museum and art galleries service. These include New Walk Museum and Art Gallery, Newarke Houses Museum, Abbey Pumping Station, The Guildhall and Belgrave Hall and Gardens. More
    Closed 19 May 2019
  • Joint health and wellbeing strategy

    Our Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy (JHWBS) sets out the health priorities for Leicester and provides details of Leicester City Council and the city’s Health and Wellbeing Board’s plans over the next five years to tackle these priorities. Our strategy is a ‘call to action’ to... More
    Closed 19 May 2019
  • Selective licensing of privately rented homes

    Leicester City Council is considering the introduction of Selective Licensing to areas of the city where there are high levels of private rented accommodation. These include parts of: Braunstone Park and Rowley Fields Castle Fosse Saffron Stoneygate Westcotes The... More
    Closed 5 May 2019
  • MyAccount customer survey

    MyAccount is part of Leicester City Council’s website which allows people to: access council services 24/7 create and view requests save time keep up to date with email alerts. MyAccount was launched in 2015 and since then we have been... More
    Closed 5 May 2019
  • Parks and open spaces byelaws

    Leicester City Council carried out a consultation on proposed changes to park and open spaces byelaws in October / November 2018. Responses were analysed and a decision was made to implement the proposed changes as there were no overwhelming objections or identification of... More
    Closed 24 April 2019
  • Joint Health and Social Care Learning Disability Strategy 2019-2022

    This draft strategy aims to improve services and people’s experience of them in Leicester. We have a legal duty to write a strategy and deliver a plan that will improve services for people with a learning disability. This includes what we should change about the way we work in order to meet the... More
    Closed 23 April 2019
  • SEND Strategy

    Leicester City Council and Leicester City Clinical Commissioning Group are seeking feedback from the public on the draft proposals for inclusion in the Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Strategy. The purpose of this strategy is to set out what we know about the needs... More
    Closed 17 April 2019
  • Civil penalties for landlord offences

    The private rented sector plays an important role in providing residential accommodation in the city. We are looking to strengthen our ability to improve and keep standards high by adopting powers to issue civil penalties. We are looking for feedback on the Civil Penalty Policy and Procedure... More
    Closed 14 April 2019
  • Supporting local Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) groups and organisations

    Leicester City Council is committed to supporting a thriving Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) in the city. To this end, we currently commission support for local VCS groups and organisations in the following areas of their work: Set up and management Business planning ... More
    Closed 12 April 2019
  • Repton Street development

    Located next to the River Soar, between Fosse Road North and Frog Island, Repton Street is currently a vacant unoccupied site with potential for development as part of the larger scheme to develop the Waterside area of Leicester city centre. We would like to hear from anyone who may be... More
    Closed 31 March 2019
  • Goss Meadows Local Nature Reserve

    Leicester City Council needs to de-designate a small area of the Goss Meadows Local Nature Reserve (LNR) to enable highway improvements to the junction of Anstey Lane and Bennion Road, Leicester. The area of land needed for the re-alignment is approximately 80m2. This project is part of an... More
    Closed 31 March 2019
  • Brookfield Rise traffic calming

    Following complaints about excessive speeding and anti-social driving, we propose the introduction of new traffic calming measures on Brookfield Rise and Windley Road. The aim of this proposal is to make the area safer for pedestrians and residents. We are inviting comments on the... More
    Closed 18 March 2019
  • Slater and Fosse Primary Schools statutory notice

    In accordance with The School Organisation (Prescribed Alterations to Maintained Schools) (England) Regulations 2013 Leicester City Council is proposing to modify a previous decision to make prescribed alterations to Fosse Primary School, Balfour Street, Leicester, LE3 5EA. Additionally, in... More
    Closed 27 February 2019
  • Transition support for young people

    Until a young person is 18 years old they can receive health and social care support from children’s services. Once someone turns 18 the law says they are an adult. When someone is an adult they can no longer receive children’s health and social care services and so have to get services... More
    Closed 8 February 2019
  • Tenancy agreement consultation

    Leicester City Council are proposing to update the current Conditions of Tenancy. This is to ensure we can manage tenancies and estates effectively and to consider changes in legislation. Proposed changes also include the format and look of the agreement, changes and updates to... More
    Closed 5 February 2019
  • Independent Living Support (ILS) Supported Housing Service

    Leicester City Council funds a support service for non-local authority tenants who live in supported housing. These services are for people who fall below the threshold for statutory support. However, these days the council has to spend a lot more money on people who do meet the threshold... More
    Closed 14 January 2019
  • Harrison Road Parking

    You may have heard about or taken part in the 2016 council survey asking for views about pavement parking in the residential area between Harrison Road and Melton Road. There was a very good response to the survey, so thank you to all those who took part. The response from residents was... More
    Closed 30 November 2018
  • Saffron Lane Athletics Stadium

    We are consulting on proposed modifications to Saffron Lane Athletics Stadium as part of an £85,000 investment in the facility. The core proposal is to convert the centre of the stadium so it can be used as a multi-sports site, accommodating additional sports such as football, rugby or... More
    Closed 11 November 2018
  • Parks Byelaws

    When using our parks, it is important that Park Byelaws are followed to ensure they remain safe and clean for everyone to enjoy. Public places like the city’s parks and open space are used for a diverse range of activities by the local communities they serve. The city’s parks currently... More
    Closed 5 November 2018
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