We'll publish details of new consultations on this page as soon as they're available; find out more about our consultation and research activities, such as annual surveys, statutory research and pieces of research.
Talkabout citizens' panel
We're currently updating Talkabout, our citizens' panel, which is one of the ways you can give us your feedback and views and influence what happens in York.
My City Centre York
We want to create a vibrant city centre; a city centre that can adapt to change. We're asking you to get involved in the My City Centre York draft vision consultation, to help set out a plan for the city centre, so it continues to meet the social, economic and environmental needs of York and its communities, for decades to come...
Consultation closes on 30 September 2021
Live Well York 2021
Live Well York is a community information and advice website for adults and families who live in York. The website is a collaboration across 19 partner organisations.
We want to ensure we provide good quality information that enables people to find what they require to have a good quality of life and maintain their wellbeing. It is important to us therefore to know when we have got it right, what difference that has made and where we can improve.
Our questionnaire will take about 10 minutes to complete and we would very much appreciate your feedback. To take part complete the Live Well York 2021 survey.
Consultation closes on 30 September 2021
Early Years and Childcare Provision
We are inviting feedback from parents and carers on what their needs are in relation to early years and childcare places in York. The information will help us plan to make sure there is enough high quality early years and childcare for families who need it.
To take part complete the Early years and childcare provision survey
Consultation closes on 12 September 2021
Our Big Conversation
Over the next 12 months taking part in 'Our Big Conversation' will give you the opportunity to shape our response to the big challenges facing York, such as:
- our response and recovery after the Coronavirus pandemic
- the climate emergency
- how we move around the city
- defining an exciting future for our city centre and district centres
- where we live and work, what jobs are available
- how we make sure York's economy works for all residents
Age Friendly York
We want older residents to help shape where they live by working with local groups, businesses and the council to identify and make changes to their physical and social environments.
Age Friendly York will:
- enable people to live healthy and active lives
- encourage communities to treat people with respect, regardless of their age
We will ensure decisions are resident focused by:
- providing the opportunity to feedback at any point, through all aspects covered by Age Friendly York - there is no wrong time to have a view
- to ensure you have access to what the key findings are from the consultations and how these directly inform the action plan
- to ensure information is available about what has been achieved so far
We welcome your comments if:
- you live in York and are an older person or have an interest in ensuring the best experience for people growing old in York
- you work for an organisation that meets the interest of older people in York
- you are part of a volunteer group that engages with older people
- you are a carer or have a neighbour or relative that is an older person in York
We are therefore building the opportunities for continual feedback. Whether you have a single comment, want to add an additional comment to an Age Friendly York survey you have completed or want to provide your views for the first time, you can do so via these ongoing online surveys:
- Age Friendly York: Improving the bus stops of York survey
- Age Friendly York: Your Journey survey
- Age Friendly York: Your Destination survey
- Age Friendly York: Your Time - Leisure survey
- Age Friendly York: Your Time - Employment survey
For more information see: Age Friendly York.
Recently closed consultations
- Tadcaster Road improvements consultation (closed 19 September) - A chance to provide feedback on a series of walking, cycling and bus improvements along Tadcaster Road.
- York Minster Precinct Neighbourhood Plan Submission Consultation (closed 8 September) - A chance to have your say on York Minster Precinct Neighbourhood Plan Submission Consultation
- York Education Futures (closed 2 July) - School staff, children and parents and carers were invited to share views on future education needs in York through three different surveys
- SEND Inclusion Review (closed 30 June) - We asked for feedback to make sure we have the right provision in place to meet the varied and complex needs of our children and young people
- Additional Licensing Scheme (closed 27 June) - We sought views on our proposal to introduce a targeted Additional Licensing Scheme for Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs) to ensure our city has a safe, well-managed and professionally run private rented sector. For more information please visit our Additional Licensing Scheme Webpage
- Blue Badge Parking Locations (closed 13 May) - We asked Blue Badge holders for their views on potential new car parking bays to improve access to the city centre. We also heard from taxi drivers and neighbouring residents and businesses about the impact the changes would have on them
- Recycling Changes (closed 11 May) - We invited residents to give their views on current waste collections and what the council can do to help people recycle more
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