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  • Upgrade of Play Area at Windsor Avenue Playing Fields

    We would like your thoughts on the refurbishment of the existing children’s play area at Windsor Avenue Playing Fields. More
    Closed 31 May 2019
  • Libraries, Arts and Culture

    Wolverhampton Arts & Culture and Wolverhampton Libraries are working together to provide a cultural offer that is exciting, varied, and represents the interests of people across the city. We need your input to make sure that we create programmes and events that are going to meet the needs of a broad range of families, young people, adults, and groups. We are interested in what is important to you and where you like to spend your free time. We want to find out the best ways to let you know... More
    Closed 31 May 2019
  • Proposed Change to Green Park School

    The City of Wolverhampton Council proposes that with effect from 1 September 2019, the designated capacity of Green Park School is permanently increased from 108 places to 144 places. More
    Closed 9 June 2019
  • Summer in Wolverhampton

    We’re looking to find out which free activities teens want to enjoy this summer in Wolverhampton. We also need to know how we can tell you about these activities – tell us what you want! More
    Closed 14 June 2019
  • Fowlers Park Play Area Refurbishment

    We would like your thoughts on the refurbishment of the existing children’s play area at Fowlers Park. More
    Closed 26 July 2019
  • A4123 Birmingham New Road

    The consultation is to investigate options to improve transport links and pedestrian provision along the A4123 Birmingham New Road in the Black Country between A4150 (Wolverhampton Ring Road) in the north to A456 Hagley Road in the south. The questionnaire will record how the public travels along the A4123, what problems they experience and how they can be improved. More
    Closed 11 August 2019
  • Domiciliary Care - People who use domiciliary care in Wolverhampton

    Domiciliary Care Services deliver care and support to people in their own home. City of Wolverhampton are in a review process to understand issues and best practice. This survey should only be completed by people who are receiving Domiciliary Care services funded by City of Wolverhampton Council. More
    Closed 16 August 2019
  • Statutory Review of Polling Stations - First Stage Public Consultation

    The Council is currently carrying out a review of Polling Districts and Places for the proposed 2020 Boundary changes, in accordance with Section 17 of the Electoral Registration and Administration Act 2013. We would like to hear about your most recent experiences of using a polling station at the May 2019 elections. The deadline for responding to this survey is the 28th August. Please note that any comments made may be published as part of the review, but this will be anonymous,... More
    Closed 28 August 2019
  • Wolverhampton Digital Infrastructure Strategy

    Wolverhampton residents and businesses are invited to have their say on Wolverhampton’s Digital Infrastructure Strategy. Having future proofed digital infrastructure is crucial to making Wolverhampton a more attractive place to live, run a business and invest. The strategy aims to outline key actions to support the rollout of digital infrastructure including full fibre and 5G. Wolverhampton’s consultation draft Digital Infrastructure Strategy aims... More
    Closed 30 August 2019
  • City of Wolverhampton Council Tree and Woodland Strategy

    The public consultation is intended to enable you and other stakeholders to provide your views on the draft Tree and Woodland Strategy and any changes which you think should be made. Your comments will help to finalise the Tree and Woodland Strategy and its Action Plan. The consultation will run for six weeks, after which the comments will be analysed and reviewed. Any changes thought necessary as a result will be made. The consultation responses will then be reported to Cabinet... More
    Closed 17 September 2019
  • Ward Street, Ettingshall - Central Open Space

    We would like the views of local residents on plans to develop a green area of recreational parkland on the currently fenced off open space bordering Ward Street, Coningsby Drive and Northolt Drive. More
    Closed 20 September 2019
  • Prouds Lane Playing Field Improvements

    We would like your thoughts on improvements to the playing fields on Prouds Lane. More
    Closed 30 September 2019
  • Statutory Review of Polling Stations – Second Stage Public Consultation

    The Council is currently carrying out a review of Polling Districts and Places for the proposed 2020 Boundary changes, in accordance with Section 17 of the Electoral Registration and Administration Act 2013. The priorities of the review have been to reduce the number of schools that have to close and the use of temporary polling stations, whilst keeping all polling stations accessible and convenient for electors. We are keen to receive representations from any interested... More
    Closed 2 October 2019
  • Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) - Living a Good Ordinary Life

    We believe that Wolverhampton should be a city where everyone is included. Children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities ( SEND), and their families, should have what they need to live ordinary, happy, healthy lives. We want to hear from you, our city’s children and young people with SEND, about your ideas. If you need an adult to help you with this survey, there is a help sheet for them at the bottom of this page. ... More
    Closed 2 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 help inform the Council’s decision on whether the contract extension is awarded and the new contract when it is tendered. Two engagement events will be carried out on 16 September 2019... More
    Closed 4 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 city. Being Aspirational: We are interested in knowing how ambitious our children and young people are and how we can support them. More
    Closed 18 October 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 objectives that seek to: Ensure people in the greatest housing need have the best opportunity to access housing that meets their needs. Make use of the full range of housing... More
    Closed 25 October 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 2019 Consultation Proposals Summary To view further information, related documents and access downloads, please visit . More
    Closed 6 December 2019
  • 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 vehicles 2 vehicles 5 vehicles Chubb Street – One rank 6 vehicles Lichfield Street – Two... More
    Closed 6 December 2019
  • 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
    Closed 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. These conditions are used to ensure that the trade operates in a fair and consistent manner. Responses will be documented, and a summary of the responses together with the proposed final... More
    Closed 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 Civic Amenity Sites Bulky Household Collections Purple Bins More
    Closed 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 Black Country and strategic road network via M6 Junction 10. The corridor, which sees 20,000 vehicles pass through the gateway every day, is identified within the Black Country... More
    Closed 6 January 2020
  • Budget Consultation 2020-2021

    Delivering your Priorities for Wolverhampton You are invited to have your say in a public consultation before we set your Council’s budget for 2020-2021. In addition, you can attend a public meeting (for details of the meetings see below) where you can learn more about the Council’s budget setting process and find out more about our proposals identified to help meet the 2020-2021 challenge using a combination of budget reductions, more efficient ways of working... More
    Closed 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 statutory partners to consider issues of community safety at the centre of their delivery. The 2020-2023 strategy has been drafted following analysis of current data trends and intelligence, and... More
    Closed 31 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 them across the City. More
    Closed 7 February 2020
  • Smestow Valley Local Nature Reserve - Supplementary Management Plan 2020-2025

    We would like the views of local residents on a new management plan for Smestow Valley Local Nature Reserve. Smestow Valley is a large area of natural parkland stretching across western Wolverhampton, from Castlecroft in the south-west to Oxley in the north. The site was declared a Local Nature Reserve (LNR) in 1998. In December 2012 a Conservation & Access Management Plan was developed, which prescribed a series of actions to ensure the future protection and enhancement of the... More
    Closed 20 February 2020
  • Whitmore Reans' Unsung Heroes

    Nominate your Whitmore Reans’ unsung hero for 2020 We will be celebrating Whitmore Reans’ unsung heroes on Friday 20 March 2020 at the Heritage Centre, Clifford St, Wolverhampton WV6 0AA. The closing date for nominations is 5pm on Monday 24 th February 2020 *Please note that all nominees must be living, working or actively involved in activity based in Whitmore Reans or the surrounding area*. More
    Closed 25 February 2020
  • Climate Emergency Consultation

    The City of Wolverhampton Council declared a Climate Emergency in July 2019. Since then, the Council has undertaken even greater actions to reduce carbon emissions and improve sustainability. The planned work is presented in the ‘ Future Generations – Our Climate Commitment '. This document can also be found on our website. Within this survey are key questions to help form Future Generations - Our Climate Commitments. There are 15 questions in this survey. You do not... More
    Closed 28 February 2020
  • Proposed Improvements to Heath Town Park

    We are proposing to undertake some improvements to Heath Town Park. More
    Closed 27 March 2020
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