Your Town, Your Say
Consultations you can take part in
This page shows the list of current consultations. These are available for you to respond to or look at.
Please note - only Viewpoint Members will be able to see or take part in Viewpoint surveys. To join the Viewpoint panel, please call Lisa Anderson on 01429 523041 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Current Online Consultations:
|Consultation Title||Consultation Description||Close Date||Contact Officer|
|Viewpoint recruitment survey||Would you be interested in joining a panel of Hartlepool residents who are asked their views on Council services two to three times a year? If so, please fill out this short recruitment survey||
No close date
|Hartlepool Online Panel||Would you be interested in signing up to a monthly newsletter letting you know about consultation activities you can take part in over the next few weeks? If so, all you need to do is let us know your email address.||
No close date
|How did we do today?||
Have you recently contacted the Councils Customer Services Team?
Hartlepool Borough Council's Customer Services Team would like to know what you think about the services they provide.
|No close date||To follow|
|Selective Licensing - Residents Survey||The Council is considering whether to introduce a new licensing scheme, which would require private landlords owning properties in certain areas of the town to obtain a licence to rent out their property. There are nine areas across the town that the Council is proposing should be in the Selective Licensing scheme. A map identifying the areas can be viewed by clicking on the following link: http://www.hartlepool.gov.uk/downloads/file/11256/selective_licensing_proposed_boundary_map_2014||31st August 2014||Gemma Day
|Hartlepool Regeneration Master Plan||Hartlepool Borough Council is proposing an ambitious Regeneration Masterplan which aims to revitalise the centre of Hartlepool, spark the town's wider regeneration and lay the foundations for its future prosperity. It will be a Masterplan for everyone in Hartlepool and your views are crucial to help develop the proposals.
||5th September 2014||Rob smith
|Housing partnership 2014||
Hartlepool's Housing Partnership is a range of partners in the town who are responsible for agreeing and monitoring the Housing Strategy action plan and ensuring access to good quality and affordable housing in places where people want to live.
As a partnership we are keen to find out how we can improve services for our residents. We therefore would like you to help us to decide what the concerns and priorities for housing in the borough should be.
As a thank you for your views we will enter your completed questionnaire into a prize draw with the chance of winning a TV or shopping vouchers. These prizes have been sponsored by Thirteen Group, Endeavour Housing, Guinness Northern Counties, Accent Housing, Four Housing and Home Group.
Please let us know your thoughts by answering the following questions.
|5th September 2014||To follow|
Find out of your area will be getting Superfast Broadband in the next three years.
Certain areas may be eligible to receive funding to help with Superfast Broadband. But you must email Digital Durham (with your postcode), and thoughts.
|7th September 2014||
03000 261 160
|Reducing re-offending strategy 2014-17||
Re-offending continues to be of great concern in Hartlepool, with a small number of offenders causing a disproportionate amount of crime and disorder in our local community.
The Safer Hartlepool Partnership aims to break the cycle of re-offending.
Let us know what you think of the priorities in our strategy.
|24th September 2014||To follow|
|Selective Licensing - Landlords Survey||The Council is considering whether to introduce a new licensing scheme, which would require those renting out properties in the private sector, in certain areas of Hartlepool, to obtain a licence to rent out their property. A map identifying the areas can be viewed by clicking on the following link: http://www.hartlepool.gov.uk/downloads/file/11256/selective_licensing_proposed_boundary_map_2014||28th September 2014||Gemma Day
|Cleveland Community Risk Register||The Cleveland Community Risk Register provides information on emergencies that could happen within Cleveland, together with an assessment of how likely they are to happen and the impact if they do.
This document aim to summarise the Community Risk Register in a format which can be easily used by residents and communities to understand the risks that could affect their homes and places of work and give advice and guidance on how they can be more prepared should an emergency arise.
Cleveland Local Resilience Forum would like to know if the Community Risk Register, in its current format, has provided you with suitable information to understand risks in Cleveland; if it has reassured you that these risks are suitably planned for; and if it has influenced you to be more prepared in your home and community.
For an online version of the document, go to: https://www.clevelandemergencyplanning.info/clrf-information-links/community-risks/
|To follow||Katie Hammond
|Community Alcohol Partnerships Residents Survey||
The Community Alcohol Partnership (CAP) is a multi- agency partnership aimed at tackling the problems caused by underage drinking. It includes The Manor House and Fens Ward, Jutland Road Area, Rift House Area, Summerhill and Queens Meadow. A map of the area can be found by going to: http://www.saferhartlepool.co.uk/downloads/file/78/community_alcohol_partnership_map
You can also be entered into a FREE PRIZE DRAW for a £25 voucher
|To follow||To follow|
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