Have your say - current consultations

Details of new consultations will be published here as soon as they are available. For more information see our consultations page.

We are currently updating our citizens' panel, Talkabout. The panel is one of the ways people can influence what happens in York by giving their feedback and views. For more information and to apply to join, see our Talkabout panel page.

Current consultations

A19 Crockey Hill Consultation

We are undertaking a consultation on proposals to improve the capacity and operation of the signalised junction on the A19 to the south of York, at Crockey Hill. Further details can be found on the Crockey Hill Consultation page.

Have your say by sending your comments to a19pinchpoint@york.gov.uk or post to: A19 Consultation, City of York Council, Transport Projects, Eco Depot, Hazel Court, York YO10 3DS.

All feedback will be carefully considered and included in a report to the Executive Member for Transport and Planning for a decision on how to proceed later in the summer.

Consultation closes 26 May 2017


York Older People's Survey

We want to find out how we can look after the valuable asset that is our older people and how we can support you to maintain your independence. We are interested in knowing how you currently live, the issues you face and hearing your ideas on how we can keep older people healthy, happy and independent for longer.

This survey is being conducted collaboratively between York Older People's Assembly, Age (UK) York, Healthwatch York, York Council for Voluntary Services, York Blind and Partially Sighted Society, York Alzheimer's Society, The Vale of York CCG, the Police and Crime Commissioner and City of York Council.

We would be grateful if you could take the time to complete our survey. The results will be influential in helping these organisations to shape the support they offer to older people.

Consultation closes 30 June 2017


Recent consultations (now closed)

  • North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Health Service (closed 30 April 2017). North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service (NYFRS) invited residents to give their views on increasing work with partners such as Clinical Commissioning Groups, local authorities, Yorkshire Ambulance Service and North Yorkshire Police to further assist in promoting health and wellbeing across North Yorkshire and the City of York. Further details can be found on the NYFRS website.
     
  • York Mansion House Logo (closed 31 March 2017). As part of the “Opening Doors” restoration project, we are in the process of creating completely new branding for York Mansion House. We asked for feedback and comments to help us develop the final logo for Mansion House and provide guidance for the design of stationery, signs and posters.
     
  • Burton Stone Community Centre (closed 20 March 2017). We undertook a consultation on the future of Burton Stone Community Centre.
     
  • Budget Consultation 2017 to 2018 (closed 25 January 2017). This year's budget proposals will seek to ensure our Council Plan priorities continue to be delivered, whilst ensuring our financial position is managed effectively. We asked residents and businesses to help us with the challenges we face by completing a survey and indicating which services are most important to them.
     
  • Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy (closed 22 January 2017). Our Health and Wellbeing Board has been working on renewing York's Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy. The Strategy is a shared agreement between partner organisations on the Board and sets out the health and wellbeing priorities for our city over the next 5 years (2017 to 2022). Following a series of pre-drafting engagement events, we consulted residents and interested parties on the new draft strategy.

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