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Friday, 14th December 2018
Consultations

Consultations

Category for new consultations or updates.

Last chance to have your say on Parliamentary constituency boundaries

Boundary Commission for England
On Tuesday (17 October) the Boundary Commission for England (BCE) launched its third and final consultation on changes to Parliamentary constituencies in England, intended to come into effect for the next scheduled general election in 2022. This is the last chance to have your say...

Council Cabinet asked to approve further consultation on the proposed merger of Brackensdale Infant and Junior Schools

Brackensdale
Following a recent six week consultation in which the majority of people were in support of the proposed merger, Council Cabinet are now being asked to move a step closer to bringing the schools together and give the green light to a second stage...

Council seeks views on Chellaston Neighbourhood Planning Application

A consultation on a proposal to extend the current Chellaston Neighbourhood Planning Area to encompass the whole of Chellaston has begun. It will run for six weeks until Monday 21st August. The application also seeks to establish the Chellaston Neighbourhood Forum as the only group...

Consultation begins on proposal to merge Brackensdale Infant and Junior Schools

Brackensdale
Derby City Council is consulting on a proposal to merge Brackensdale Infant and Junior Schools to form a single primary school. The opportunity to consider the establishment of a primary school arises due to the retirement of the head teacher of Brackensdale Infant School in...

Share your comments about Raynesway with this online survey

Bolsover HWRC
Have you been to the Raynesway household waste and recycling centre in the last year? We want to hear your thoughts about the Derby and Derbyshire sites as part of our annual customer survey that is being run in partnership with Derbyshire County Council. The online...

Explaining the Council’s Finances

Council House
The Council is now consulting about our budget. All local authorities are required by law to produce a balanced budget each year. It's a complex business which has to take many different factors into account. In 2017/18, the Council will have around £220m to spend...

2017/18 Budget Consultation launched

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The Council has launched consultation on its new budget, which reveals a continuing need for major savings – but also significant investment in some areas. As a result of continuing cuts in government funding, the Council must make savings of £15m in 2017/18 to balance...

Electoral Cycle: ‘all out elections’ v ‘elections by thirds’

Council House at night
Our Councillors will vote on changing the authority's electoral cycle, at a meeting on this evening. The vote, which requires a two-thirds majority of those in attendance to be carried, follows a commitment made by the Leader of the Council in March 2016. Councillors will...

Last month of Library Consultation – make sure you have your say

Over 3,000 people have already responded to the second phase of consultation into the future of Derby’s library service and, with just one month to go the Council wants to make sure everyone has their say. Derby City Council is facing a further £45 million...

Plan to save school crossing patrol officers

The leader of the Council, Councillor Ranjit Banwait and Cabinet Member for Cohesion and Integration, Councillor Asaf Afzal, today addressed school crossing patrol officers about the future of their service. The City Council continues to experience severe pressures on its budgets as a result of government cuts...