Consultation Hub

Welcome to the City of Wolverhampton Council Consultation Hub. This site will help you find and participate in consultations that interest you.  A consultation is a process where we ask for your views to help us make a decision on a specific topic. We consider what you tell us and use this, along with other information, to inform our recommendations and decisions.

You can see details of recently added and updated consultations below, or you can search for consultations that are of interest to you.

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Open Consultations & Surveys

  • Consultation on the City of Wolverhampton Council’s Statement of Licensing Policy 2020-2025

    Every five years, the City of Wolverhampton Council must publish a Statement of Licensing Policy with respect to the exercising of our licensing functions and publish this statement before the beginning of the validity of the licence. More

    Closes 18 December 2019

  • Consultation on Amendments to Private Hire Licence Conditions

    City of Wolverhampton Council’s Licensing Services have commenced a consultation on the proposed draft amendments to Private Hire Licence Conditions, these include Private Hire Vehicle Operator Conditions, Private Hire Vehicle Driver Conditions and Private Hire Vehicle Conditions. ... More

    Closes 20 December 2019

  • Environmental Services Survey 2019

    City of Wolverhampton council's Environmental Services is responsible for providing: Street Cleansing Grounds Maintenance Tree Maintenance Landscape Architecture and Ecology Pest control Parks and Green Spaces Cemeteries / Burials / Cremations Recycling and Waste... More

    Closes 31 December 2019

  • A454 Willenhall Road Phase 3

    City of Wolverhampton Council is consulting with the public to assist in the decision-making process with plans to improve the Willenhall Road corridor. The Willenhall Road corridor (A454) is a key gateway into the City of Wolverhampton and a direct link that connects the city to the... More

    Closes 6 January 2020

  • Emotional Wellbeing Review

    Emotional wellbeing means being comfortable, healthy or happy and includes other things such as how happy people are with their life. The Council and Wolverhampton Clinical Commissioning Group are conducting an emotional wellbeing review for our children and young people and how we can support... More

    Closes 17 January 2020

  • Safer Wolverhampton Partnership - Community Safety and Harm Reduction Strategy 2020-2023

    The Safer Wolverhampton Partnership (SWP) is the statutory community safety partnership and local police and crime board in Wolverhampton. SWP not only develops and delivers strategic plans for the city; it works to implement section 17 of the Crime and Disorder Act, which places a duty on all... More

    Closes 31 January 2020

Closed Consultations & Surveys

  • Informal Consultation on City Centre Taxi Ranks

    Taxi ranks allow hackney carriages to legally park and wait in convenient locations for customers. We are proposing to create a new traffic regulation order for the city centre, which includes the following current provision: Castle Street – Three ranks 2... More

    Closed 6 December 2019

  • Proposed All Age Travel Assistance Policy

    Wolverhampton residents and the professionals that support them are invited to have their say on the proposed policy, which covers travel assistance arrangements to facilitate attendance at educational establishments and social care venues. Proposed All Age Travel Assistance Policy July... More

    Closed 6 December 2019

  • Housing Allocations Policy 2019

    Have your say to help shape City of Wolverhampton's Housing Allocations Policy which determines how Council homes are allocated. We have developed a draft policy in response to changing legislation and local housing need in the City. The changes being put forward have been shaped by new... More

    Closed 25 October 2019

  • Growing Up in Wolverhampton

    We are focussing on three areas: Being Healthy, Being Connected and Being Aspirational. Being Healthy: We are interested in knowing what keeps young people happy and well. Being Connected: We would like to know how young people stay connected with their friends, family and... More

    Closed 18 October 2019

  • Engagement with users of the Council’s sign language interpretation service

    City of Wolverhampton Council is seeking the views of people who use the Council’s sign language interpretation service provided by DA Languages. The Council’s contract with DA Languages ends on 4 February 2020 but can be extended for a year until 4 February 2021. The views obtained will... More

    Closed 4 October 2019