Far Leys play area 

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Kingsbury Water Park is hoping to replace the old timber play area at Far Leys (subject to successful funding).

Find out more here.

 


Cyber Crime

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How safe do you feel online?

Warwickshire County Council and key strategic partners have launched their second cyber crime survey to find out how safe people feel online and assess the impact that online crime is having around the county.


65/66 Public Bus Service Consultation Response

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Warwickshire County Council recently carried out a modified consultation on proposed changes to the County Council financially supported 65/66 Public Bus service following notification by the Operator that the service was no longer commercially viable. Feedback about this consultation can be found HERE.


Ask Warwickshire Housing and Homelessness Strategy – Warwick District Councilquestionmark

Warwick District Council plans to adopt a new Housing and Homelessness Strategy from April 2017 and wants thoughts and ideas from as many people as possible as to the things it should be doing. A wide range of background information has been collected to help inform this debate.


Heritage & Culture Warwickshire (HCW) Consultationquestionmark

Heritage & Culture Warwickshire (HCW) provides a wide range of services that safeguard and promote Warwickshire’s archives, human history and natural sciences and provide residents and visitors with opportunities to engage with our heritage through high quality education activities and events programmes. They operate two museum sites in Warwick which are open to the public all year round. These are Market Hall Museum and St Johns House Museum.

HCW is part way through a programme of transformation and the Service is facing significant financial challenge and we are collecting the views of our visitors, partners, funders, staff and volunteers to inform the decisions we now have to make.


Long Lawford Primary School Expansion

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There is currently a consultation on the proposal concerning Long Lawford Primary School,  this is part of a statutory consultation process that Warwickshire County Council is managing in partnership with the Governing Body.


Heathcote Primary School Consultation

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An important step in opening the school is the signing of a Funding Agreement. This is the contract between the school’s Trust and the Secretary of State for Education – it outlines how the school must operate in certain areas, the obligations placed upon it by the Government, and key Guidelines and Codes it must adhere to, amongst other things.


WREP Hate Crime 

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Warwickshire Race Equality Partnership (WREP) is working with Warwickshire County Council and the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Office to establish the level of support for victims and witnesses of hate crime and hate incidents in Warwickshire.


Warwickshire Residents Information Confidence Survey 

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Warwickshire County Council working with partner agencies needs to use your personal information in order to provide you with certain services.  This information can include some of the most sensitive personal information about you and as a responsible organisation we take our commitment to looking after that information very seriously.  Increasingly we are providing integrated services, such as in health and social care, so we use your consent to deliver care when this is passed from NHS services to council care services.


 Transport Policy Statement

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Local authorities have a duty to prepare and publish an annual transport policy statement for learners of sixth form age. The statement must specify the arrangements for the provision of transport or otherwise that the authority considers necessary to facilitate the attendance of all persons of this age receiving education or training.

Comments on Warwickshire’s Transport Policy Statement are invited between 29 March 2016 and 28 April 2016.


Let’s Talk

**THIS CONSULTATION IS NOW CLOSED**

Warwickshire County Council, like local authorities up and down the country, continues to face extreme financial challenges over the next three years. questionmarkReductions in Government grants, inflation and demographic pressures mean we must identify savings amounting to around £67 million by 2020. Have your say here.


New Facilities for Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service

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Warwickshire County Council’s Fire and Rescue Service are asking residents for their views on exciting plans for a new training facility at Holywell Business Park, Southam. The facility will incorporate a new state of the art training facility together with a new fire station to serve Southam and the surrounding area. This will replace the existing fire station site on Coventry Street. Find out more…


WEST Consultation 

**THIS CONSULTATION IS NOW CLOSED**

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Warwickshire Employment Support Team (WEST) is a county wide service for people with a learning disability, Austim or Asperger’s who want to find paid work. The specialist team help people find full and part-time employment by providing:

  • expertise on disability employment and benefit issues;
  • personal profiling and job matching;
  • developing the skills people need for employment; and
  • on-going support to employees and employers.

Warwickshire Employment Support Team (WEST), like many other public services currently delivered by the local authority, has to play its part in identifying ways in which to reduce its spending.


Warwick Town Centre

**THIS CONSULTATION IS NOW CLOSED**

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Warwickshire County Council is launching a public consultation to ask Warwick residents and businesses their opinions on proposed improvement ideas for the town centre.


 Living in Warwickshire Survey 

**THIS CONSULTATION IS NOW CLOSED**

We want to know your views on a variety of topics including:questionmark

  • Health and wellbeing
  • Community safety
  • Local neighbourhood
  • Public service provision.

Results from the survey will highlight key issues experienced by you, the local people, on a day-to-day basis, including information on needs and challenges. This will inform council work programmes to address these local needs and shape services for the future.


Stop Smoking


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**THIS CONSULTATION IS NOW CLOSED**

Warwickshire County Council commissions a stop smoking service and we are currently gathering views on how we can improve services in Warwickshire. Your input is important in helping to deliver the best possible service in the future. If you have had help to stop smoking at your GP surgery, local pharmacy or other community venue within the last two years, we want to hear from you. We’d also like to hear from you if you are a current smoker and would like to give your views on stopping smoking. If you complete this questionnaire by 10th June you can be entered into a prize draw to win vouchers for local attractions. Thank you for your help.


Household Waste Recycling Centres  

**THIS CONSULTATION IS NOW CLOSED**

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Warwickshire County Council are asking for views from Warwickshire residents that utilise the Household Waste Recycling Centres. The survey aims to gather information about how and why you use the household waste recycling centres, your satisfaction with the provision of the current service and to collect views about the possible future direction of the service provision.


 Proposal to withdraw Sunday Opening at Leamington, Nuneaton and Rugby Libraries

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**THIS CONSULTATION IS NOW CLOSED**

Warwickshire Libraries, like many other public services, has had to play its part in spending reductions and in 2012 made £2 million of savings.

Warwickshire County Council has been set a savings target of £92 million from 2014-2018 and, as part of the council’s financial plan, the library service will need to save £100,000 over the next year.

In order to meet this budget reduction, we are proposing to withdraw Sunday opening hours at Leamington, Rugby and Nuneaton Libraries from August 2016.

Leamington, Rugby and Nuneaton Libraries are currently open for four hours on a Sunday. Each library would continue to be open for 50 hours a week from Monday to Saturday.


 

Consultation on the Coventry & Warwickshire Draft Action Plan to Meet the Foundations for Good End of Life Carequestionmark

**THIS CONSULTATION IS NOW CLOSED**

An Action Plan is being developed at the request of Warwickshire’s Health and Wellbeing Board that describes the actions that will be taken across Coventry and Warwickshire to ensure that the foundations for good End of Life Care are embedded across all local services.


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**THIS CONSULTATION IS NOW CLOSED**

Warwickshire County Council is launching a public consultation to ask Stratford-upon-Avon residents their opinions on how the A3400 Birmingham Road corridor could be improved.

The County Council has identified a number of transport proposals that could help reduce congestion on the corridor and improve conditions for pedestrians and cyclists.


Proposed Changes to Warwickshire’s Designated Speech and Language Provision questionmark

** THIS CONSULTATION IS NOW CLOSED**

Warwickshire Council is proposing making a number of changes to existing Designated Speech and Language Provision (DSLP) for children with Specific Language Impairments (SLI) in six locations across the County.  These changes form part of the Council’s Strategy for Vulnerable Learners, which can be found on the Council’s website.


 

Proposal to Reorganise Infant & Junior Schools in the Bilton Area & Enlarge the Permanent Capacity of those Schools

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**THIS CONSULTATION IS NOW CLOSED**

This is to advise you of proposals concerning Bilton Infant, Bawnmore Infant, and Bilton CofE Junior School and to invite you to tell us what you think of the proposals.  This is part of a statutory consultation process that Warwickshire County Council is managing in partnership with the Governing Bodies.  There are two proposals:

1)    The Governing Bodies have formally agreed to consult on realigning the status of the Infant and Junior Schools to create 3 all through primary schools.  This would be implemented through increasing the upper age limit of the Infant Schools from 7 to 11 years old and reducing the lower age limit of the junior school from 7 to 4.

2)    The second part of the proposals is for the permanent capacity of the newly aligned schools to increase.


 

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Special Guardianship Allowance Scheme – Consultation Results 

Warwickshire County Council held a public consultation in the spring of 2015 about proposed changes to the way in which the Special Guardianship Allowance scheme is managed and in the amount that is awarded. The results of the consultation are now available.

Find out more here


 

 Local Flood Risk Management Strategy Consultation – Phase 2 Results 

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Under changes made in the Flood and Water Management Act of 2010, Warwickshire County Council is the Lead Local Flood Authority (LLFA) responsible for managing local flood risk from surface water, groundwater and ordinary watercourses in the County.  The Council must assist in the management of local flood risk and develop, monitor and apply a Local Flood Risk Management Strategy.

Find out more here


 Bermuda Connection – Getting West Nuneaton Moving 

**THIS CONSULTATION IS NOW CLOSED**

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Getting West Nuneaton Moving: Bermuda Connection is a proposed scheme focused on tackling congestion in and around West Nuneaton by creating a direct 1.3 mile highway link between West Nuneaton and Griff Roundabout.

This will require improvements being made to an existing bridge over the A444, currently unused by motor traffic, and connections from it to the adjoining highway at St George’s Way and the Bridleway.

Find out more here 


 

Home to School Transport Consultation – 2015 

**THIS CONSULTATION IS NOW CLOSED**

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Between 23rd June and 17th September 2015 Warwickshire County Council consulted on a number of changes to it’s home to school transport policy. Over 1100 responses to the consultation were submitted including 1066 completed questionnaires.

 Find out more here 


Housing Related Support Services 

**THIS CONSULTATION IS NOW CLOSED**

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Warwickshire County Council held a public consultation in Autumn of 2014 about proposed changes to housing related support services.

These services were previously known as Supporting People Services and help people to gain or maintain the skills needed to live independently in their own homes and avoid homelessness.

Find out more here 


 

Housing Related Support Services Results 

Warwickshire County Council held a public consultation in Autumn of 2014 about proposed changes to housing related support services.results

Click HERE to see the results of the consultation.