You can find all consultations on:
Budget Consultation – How would you set our budget
Early in 2019, councillors will have to set the council budget for 2019/20. We’re asking residents, businesses and community groups to tell us what you think the budget should look like, in areas such as:
- amount to pay on council tax
- parks, play areas and libraries
- adult social care
- business rates
- parking charges
- plastic recycling
- household waste
Use our budget simulator to make the very same decisions our councillors will face early next year, and visualise the impact of setting the budget – it should only take 5 to 10 minutes to tell us what areas you would prioritise.
- complete and return the survey printed in Our City magazine – landing on your doormat during October, or available in libraries and West Offices
- come to a drop-in session at West Offices on Tuesday 20 November, between 5.00pm and 7.00pm
All printed questionnaire responses from Our City must be received by Friday 23 November. Online consultation closes at midnight on Friday 30 November 2018.
Feedback on the Bootham Park site
The Bootham Park site is extremely important to York, that’s why we’re working with health partners, to explore:
- how best to guide redevelopment and protect the site’s significant heritage
- how the site could be used and how it interacts with the wider area
- how a comprehensive approach could have large benefits to the city
We want to make sure that future developments continue to protect the significant heritage of Bootham Park site; we’re also considering how it interacts with the wider area, at the heart of York.
See for www.york.gov.uk/BoothamPark for further information, and how to give your feedback.
We’re gathering your feedback and talking with potential providers to help us shape the brief for our designers and architects, so we can present a proposal for the sensitive redevelopment of the area in November.
Consultation closes at midnight at 9.00am on Thursday 1 November
School Admission Arrangements
The annual admission arrangements consultation is taking place between 8 October and 7 December 2018. The admissions policies, published admission numbers and related documents for schools in the City of York area relate to how admissions applications and decisions will be made for the 2020-2021 school year.
The consultation is a joint exercise between all admissions authorities in York, including:
- City of York Council on behalf of community and voluntary controlled schools
- the governing bodies of voluntary aided schools
- the academy trusts of (single) academies
- the trust board, and local governing committees, of multi-academy trusts
View the draft policies online. Comments can be made by completing the school admission online survey, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by writing to School Services, West Offices, Station Rise, York, YO1 6GA, or to any of the schools and academies that are jointly consulting.
After consultation all admission authorities will determine their admission arrangements by 28 February 2019 in line with the School Admissions Code.
Consultation closes at midnight on Friday 7 December 2018
Statement of Licensing Policy and Cumulative Impact Assessment
Ahead of the current policy expiring in March 2019, we’re seeking your views on our Statement of Licensing Policy which has been updated to include relevant changes in legislation. We’re also asking you to comment on a Cumulative Impact Assessment, which identifies an area of the city centre where the number and concentration of licensed premises adversely affects residents, visitors and other businesses, and therefore the promotion of our licensing objectives.
The results of the consultation will be considered by the Gambling, Licensing and Regulatory Committee before being approved by Full Council in March 2019.
To get involved you can email: email@example.com or send your comments by post to:
City of York Council
Consultation closes at midnight on Friday 28 December 2018
Fossgate is one of the York’s best loved streets, with its own special character in the heart of the city. It offers a variety of independent shops, cafés, restaurants and pubs which attract a diverse range of residents and visitors. We want to continue working with residents and businesses to support Fossgate’s vibrant, growing community, and we’re seeking your feedback on how to invest £500,000 in improvements.
See www.york.gov.uk/Fossgate for further information about our proposals, and how to give your feedback.
Your comments will help us create our final designs for improvements to Fossgate, and will also help our Executive Member for Transport and Planning to decide on whether to go ahead with the improvements at the open decision-making session on Thursday 15 November 2018.
Consultation closes at midnight on Sunday 21 October 2018