Welcome to the Engage Nottingham Hub
Our hub brings together consultation activity undertaken by Nottingham City Council and its partners and provides you with the opportunity to have your say on the issues important to you. Our hub contains information about individual consultations planned, open and closed. It also highlights the key findings which have come out of consultation activities.
The council has launched a Big Conversation on the future of the Broadmarsh
We want to hear your views on how the operation of coach pick up and drop off points and the Castle Land Train will be managed.
We would like your thoughts on how safe you feel when waiting for and using the buses in Nottingham.
Nottingham City Council is seeking the views of those who live in, work in or visit the city centre, and the views of those who use, or may have used, public city centre car parks in respect of a proposed Public Spaces Protection Order that it is intended will apply to the city centre car parks.
We are asking for public opinion on proposed improvements to Wallan Street Park and playground.
We would like to know how you perceive recycling and the importance placed on correctly recycling in the household.
Nottingham City Council’s Future Parks Accelerator Team are undertaking a study to look at how they can ensure that sustainable, quality parks and open spaces are provided for future years.
Nottingham City Council is committed to providing quality services. We need to know your views as a customer about the service you have received from us and whether we are meeting your needs.
The Nottingham City Hate Crime Action Plan will refresh the City’s approach to tackling hate crime including prevention, response and outcomes for victims, communities and offenders.
Views are being sort after the Government’s failure to fully cover the costs of the Covid pandemic has forced Nottingham City Council to propose an additional £12.5m of budget cuts which will affect local services.
We would like to get views on the Greater Nottingham Strategic Plan
We would like the public to feedback on the playgrounds they use in the area and where they would like to see investment to improve play provision on those parks.
We understand that it has been a difficult time for everyone and want to hear from you about the impact of COVID-19 pandemic and the lockdown. Whether you're an individual, family, student, retired or newly arrived in the city, your opinion counts. We are keen to hear from people of all ages and in every community across Nottingham.
This Supplementary Planning Documents (SPD) sets out in more detail how the City Council intends to agree S106 contributions for affordable housing from PBSA developments.