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.
Nottingham City Council has begun the consultation process regarding renewal of the Statement of Gambling Principles 2022-2025 and welcomes the views of its citizens, including views of operators and people involved in the licensed trade together with those persons affected by the industry such as residents.
We would like to get views from citizens and stakeholders on the draft Eastside SPD.
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.
Nottingham City Council has produced a refreshed Council Plan to set out its renewed priorities and direction for the next two years. To get involved further contact us to attend a Question and Answer Session on Tuesday 20 July. Complete our online survey or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details of the session..
This survey seeks to understand the travel habits and opinions of people in the Nottingham area, before, during and after the Covid 19 pandemic. The survey is for anyone who travels in the Nottingham area, i.e. to/from it for work, leisure etc or internally within it because they live there.
Tell us what’s important to you and what else you want from a modern library service by completing our survey before Friday 11 June.
Nottingham City Council has set out proposals to make £15.6m of savings to help balance the budget for 2021/22 as it establishes a sustainable financial footing amid the Covid crisis.
Parking Services are currently undertaking a review of on-street pay and display parking machines in Nottingham and developing a programme to move towards a predominantly cashless parking operation.