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  • Wolverhampton Pride 2024 Feedback

    Thank you for celebrating Wolverhampton Pride with us on Saturday 8 th June. It was great to see thousands of you soaking up the Pride atmosphere in the city centre and enjoying a glorious day of entertainment. We’d really appreciate it if you could complete this short survey before 23 June with your feedback on Wolverhampton Pride 2024 so we can hear about what you liked and what we can improve for 2025! More
    Opened 10 June 2024
  • Armed Forces Covenant - Personnel/Veterans

    To inform the work of the Armed Forces Covenant Board, a needs assessment has been undertaken. This survey aims to capture the attitudes, feelings, and experiences of members of the armed forces community, and the findings will contribute to the needs assessment. More
    Opened 6 June 2024
  • Active Care Home Project

    City of Wolverhampton Council's Adult Social Care Service, Public Health team and Wolverhampton Place Team from the NHS Black Country Integrated Care Board have come together to offer residential care homes across Wolverhampton an exciting provision to support the physical and mental well-being of people they care for. The Active Care Homes Project offers care homes a free provision where a qualified instructor can attend the care home and provide general exercise and strength and... More
    Opened 4 June 2024
  • Made Waiting, Loading and Prohibition of Stopping Restrictions on Bhylls Lane

    THE WOLVERHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL (PENN) (PROHIBITION AND RESTRICTION OF WAITING AND STREET PARKING PLACES) (AMENDMENT NO 9) ORDER 2023 More
    Opened 9 May 2024
  • Proposed Traffic Calming at Cleveland Road and Neville Patten Gardens

    WOLVERHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL (CLEVELAND ROAD, NEVILLE PATTEN GARDENS) PROPOSED TRAFFIC CALMING MEASURES The proposed restrictions are required to reduce the speed of vehicles travelling in a residential area. More
    Opened 9 May 2024
  • Taxi Compliance Strategy Consultation

    A consultation on a draft strategy for the taxi compliance service, including its primary and secondary objectives, as well as the operations undertaken to deliver those objectives. More
    Opened 6 May 2024
  • Future of the free Pharmacy Flu Vaccination Voucher Scheme

    City of Wolverhampton Council has previously offered free pharmacy flu vaccination vouchers for staff members. We are keen to understand whether you have taken up this offer in the past and if you would be interested if vouchers were made available this autumn/winter. We would therefore appreciate your participation in this short 3 question survey. More
    Opened 10 April 2024
  • Proposed One Way, Prohibited Turns, Mandatory Turns at Old Hall Street and St George's Parade

    THE WOLVERHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL (CITY CENTRE) (OLD HALL STREET) (MANDATORY TURNS) ORDER 2024 The proposed restriction is required to contribute to the effective management of the highway network and enable enforcement of the restrictions to facilitate the safe and efficient operation of the highway in and around the City Centre. THE WOLVERHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL (CITY CENTRE) (ST GEORGE’S PARADE) (PROHIBITED TURN) ORDER 2024 The proposed restriction... More
    Opened 20 March 2024
  • Wednesfield High Street Improvements

    Wednesfield High Street is a priority area for investment, with the High Street performing an important role locally, and the nearby Bentley Bridge Retail Park and other facilities attracting visitors from a wider catchment. This project comprises improvements to Wednesfield High Street to provide enhanced facilities, increase footfall and attract further investment and development. Proposals include the creation of an improved market area with the addition of canopies to create a... More
    Opened 18 March 2024
  • Proposed Zebra Crossing on Castlecroft Road

    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Wolverhampton City Council in exercise of its powers under Section 23 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended) proposes to place a new Zebra Crossing between Bhylls Lane and Railway Walk Bridge on Castlecroft Road, Finchfield, Wolverhampton. The crossing will provide a safe place for pedestrians to cross Castlecroft Road. More
    Opened 8 March 2024
  • Consultation on the City of Wolverhampton Council’s Statement of Licensing Policy

    Every five years, the City of Wolverhampton Council must publish a Statement of Licensing Policy with respect to the exercising of our licensing functions. More
    Opened 4 March 2024
  • Made Waiting and Loading Restrictions on Millfields Road, Wicket Green and 20mph Speed Limit on Wicket Green

    THE WOLVERHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL (BILSTON) (PROHIBITION AND RESTRICTION OF WAITING AND STREET PARKING PLACES) (AMENDMENT NO 16) ORDER 2023 THE WOLVERHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL (WICKET GREEN) (20 MPH SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 2023 More
    Opened 27 February 2024
  • Wolverhampton Local Plan

    We are preparing the Wolverhampton Local Plan and would like to hear your views. City of Wolverhampton Council is consulting on a new Plan for Wolverhampton. This Plan is designed to support the growth and regeneration of the City and to protect and enhance the characteristics that make Wolverhampton a special place to live, work and visit. To do this, the Plan will set out where new housing and employment development and infrastructure investment will take place up... More
    Opened 26 February 2024
  • Wolverhampton City Centre Public Space Protection Order

    The City of Wolverhampton Council is consulting on proposals to implement a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) which will seek to prevent anti-social behaviour (ASB) within Wolverhampton City Centre. The proposal would authorise Police to require groups of three of more people to vacate the area if there is reason to believe they will cause ASB and to request face coverings are removed when there is no reasonable grounds to wear them. We would welcome your... More
    Opened 5 February 2024
  • Proposed Waiting Restrictions on Childs Avenue

    THE WOLVERHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL (BILSTON) (PROHIBITION AND RESTRICTION OF WAITING AND STREET PARKING PLACES) (AMENDMENT NO 2) ORDER 2024 The City of Wolverhampton Council is undertaking formal consultation regarding proposed waiting restrictions in parts of Childs Avenue, Woodcross Lane and Beach Avenue. The proposed restrictions are required to address concerns that have been expressed regarding inappropriate parking leading to access and visibility issues. More
    Opened 2 February 2024
  • Proposed Waiting and Loading Restrictions on Woodcross Street

    THE WOLVERHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL (BILSTON) (PROHIBITION AND RESTRICTION OF WAITING AND STREET PARKING PLACES) (AMENDMENT NO 1) ORDER 2024 The City of Wolverhampton Council is undertaking formal consultation regarding proposed waiting and loading restrictions in parts of Woodcross Street. The proposed restrictions are required to address concerns that have been expressed regarding inappropriate parking leading to visibility issues. More
    Opened 2 February 2024
  • Proposed Waiting and Loading Restrictions on Hartshorn Street

    THE WOLVERHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL (BILSTON) (PROHIBITION AND RESTRICTION OF WAITING AND STREET PARKING PLACES) (AMENDMENT NO 3) ORDER 2024 The City of Wolverhampton Council is undertaking formal consultation regarding proposed waiting and loading restrictions in parts of Hartshorn Street. The proposed restrictions are required to address concerns that have been expressed by local residents regarding inappropriate parking leading to access and visibility issues. More
    Opened 2 February 2024
  • Proposed Waiting Restrictions on Oak Street

    THE WOLVERHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL (PENN) (PROHIBITION AND RESTRICTION OF WAITING AND STREET PARKING PLACES) (AMENDMENT NO 6) ORDER 2024 The City of Wolverhampton Council is undertaking formal consultation regarding proposed waiting restrictions in parts of Oak Street and Elm Street. These proposals can be seen on the attached plan. The proposed restrictions are required to address concerns that have been expressed regarding inappropriate parking leading to access and visibility... More
    Opened 2 February 2024
  • Proposed Waiting Restrictions on Broad Lane

    THE WOLVERHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL (PENN) (PROHIBITION AND RESTRICTION OF WAITING AND STREET PARKING PLACES) (AMENDMENT NO 5) ORDER 2024 The City of Wolverhampton Council is undertaking formal consultation regarding proposed waiting restrictions in parts of Broad Lane and Uplands Avenue. The proposed restrictions are required to address concerns that have been expressed regarding inappropriate parking leading to access and visibility issues. More
    Opened 2 February 2024
  • Proposed Waiting Restrictions on Milford Road

    THE WOLVERHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL (PENN) (PROHIBITION AND RESTRICTION OF WAITING AND STREET PARKING PLACES) (AMENDMENT NO 4) ORDER 2024 The City of Wolverhampton Council is undertaking formal consultation regarding proposed waiting restrictions in parts of Milford Road and Lower Villiers Street. The proposed restrictions are required to address concerns that have been expressed regarding inappropriate parking leading to access and visibility issues. More
    Opened 2 February 2024
  • Proposed Waiting Restrictions on Bell Place

    THE WOLVERHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL (PENN) (PROHIBITION AND RESTRICTION OF WAITING AND STREET PARKING PLACES) (AMENDMENT NO 3) ORDER 2024 The City of Wolverhampton Council is undertaking formal consultation regarding proposed waiting restrictions in parts of Bell Place and Pearson Street. The proposed restrictions are required to address concerns that have been expressed regarding inappropriate parking leading to access and visibility issues. More
    Opened 2 February 2024
  • Proposed Waiting Restrictions on Ward Road

    THE WOLVERHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL (PENN) (PROHIBITION AND RESTRICTION OF WAITING AND STREET PARKING PLACES) (AMENDMENT NO 2) ORDER 2024 The City of Wolverhampton Council is undertaking formal consultation regarding proposed waiting restrictions in parts of Ward Road and Goldthorn Hill. The proposed restrictions are required to address concerns that have been expressed regarding inappropriate parking leading to access and visibility issues. More
    Opened 2 February 2024
  • Proposed Waiting Restrictions on Deborah Close

    THE WOLVERHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL (PENN) (PROHIBITION AND RESTRICTION OF WAITING AND STREET PARKING PLACES) (AMENDMENT NO 1) ORDER 2024 The City of Wolverhampton Council is undertaking formal consultation regarding proposed waiting restrictions in parts of Deborah Close and Goldthorn Hill. The proposed restrictions are required to address concerns that have been expressed regarding inappropriate parking leading to access and visibility issues. More
    Opened 2 February 2024
  • Oxley Health & Wellbeing Facility Patient and Community Engagement and Involvement Survey

    Have your say about the development of a new Oxley Health & Wellbeing Facility City of Wolverhampton Council is working with a wide range of stakeholders, including the local community, health care users and providers, to help shape future proposals for the new Oxley Health & Wellbeing Facility. A feasibility study for the scheme, supported by stakeholders, was conducted and feedback from the public at community events shaped the project design. Outline planning approval was... More
    Opened 28 January 2024
  • A Place for Every Child - City of Wolverhampton Education Place Planning 2024-2027

    The Strategy is a key feature of the City of Wolverhampton Council’s approach to meeting its statutory duties as an advocate for parents and families, supporting vulnerable children and championing educational excellence. It offers a framework to guide the future development of the school estate in the City. The Strategy seeks to secure sufficient high-quality school places to improve educational outcomes for all pupils across the City. More
    Opened 22 January 2024
  • British Kabaddi Championships 2024

    Equalities Monitoring City of Wolverhampton Council as a public sector organisations has a responsibility to ensure that we do not unfairly discriminate in the services that we provide. This part of what is known as the Public Sector Duty. In order to do this, The Council collects equality monitoring data. The disclosure of this data is optional and is treated in the strictest confidence. The data is only used for monitoring and to ensure that the services... More
    Opened 10 January 2024
  • Wolverhampton Pride 2024

    Equalities Monitoring City of Wolverhampton Council as a public sector organisations has a responsibility to ensure that we do not unfairly discriminate in the services that we provide. This part of what is known as the Public Sector Duty. In order to do this, The Council collects equality monitoring data. The disclosure of this data is optional and is treated in the strictest confidence. The data is only used for monitoring and to ensure that the services... More
    Opened 10 January 2024
  • Taxi and Private Hire Vehicle Licensing - Best Practice Guidance for Licensing Authorities in England

    This consultation is in light of proposed changes to the Council’s taxi licensing policies and procedures, mainly as a result of guidance published by the Government. The topics include: Inclusive service plans Driver medical certification Private hire drivers working with multiple operators Removal of signage on private hire vehicles Certificates of Good Conduct Daily walkaround checks of vehicles ... More
    Opened 15 December 2023
  • Your Priorities for Wolverhampton

    Like local authorities up and down the country, City of Wolverhampton Council is facing significant financial challenges as a result of reduced funding, increasing demand and the impact of the cost of living crisis. Despite these challenges, including budget cuts of £240 million over the last 13 years, we have continued to set a balanced budget in order to deliver excellent public services for you. However, with rising demand for services and... More
    Opened 13 December 2023
  • Good Growth Strategy

    We are seeking your views to develop the City of Wolverhampton Council’s future economic strategy. The strategy outlines the Council’s proposed approach to economic development and how we will work alongside our partners to support the local economy to grow. Our strategy is based on three interconnected themes and a central principle of ‘good growth’. This means achieving both the right quantity and the right quality of growth; creating a strong, productive and resilient... More
    Opened 12 December 2023
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