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Latest consultations

Start date: 19/03/2021
Closing date: 07/05/2021

Status: Open

Why are we consulting?
We are developing some designs to carry out public realm improvements along St Peters Street, Babington Lane and Gower Street. We would like your feedback and ideas of the proposal.

As part of these works it is proposed to amend the current traffic flow to reduce vehicles passing through the area, and to relocate Blue Badge parking along St Peters Street so the pavements can be widened to improve pedestrian accessibility in the area. These decisions are likely to impact users of the street and business owners. It is therefore necessary to gain an understanding of how people envisage the changes will affect them. It is also an opportunity to obtain ideas, so that they can be considered and incorporated into the scheme where appropriate.

Who are we consulting?
Everyone that lives, works, studies or visits Derby; Stakeholders including Blue Badge Holders, Taxi drivers, local business owners, bus operators, Derby cycling groups

Organisation carrying out the consultation 
Derby City Council

Lead contact
Richard Lawrence
Telephone: 01332 641546
Email: tcf@derby.gov.uk

How can I take part?
Local residents and businesses are invited to view the consultation plans we have developed so far and send your feedback and comments to tcf@derby.gov.uk.

Start date: 12 March 2021
Closing date: 4 June 2021

Status: Open

Why are we consulting?

We are developing plans to change some of the outdoor streets and spaces within the city centre and would like your feedback and suggestions. We have secured funding from the Transforming Cities Fund (TCF) and will be developing a number of projects over the next year which we'll also be asking you to give feedback on.

This consultation is about the Victoria Street, Albert Street and Corporation Street area of the city.

Who are we consulting?

Everyone who lives, works, visits or studies Derby.

Organisation carrying out the consultation

Derby City Council

Contact

How can you take part?

If you would like the survey in another format, such as paper, please contact us.

We welcome your views on our draft Tenancy Strategy.

The purpose of this Tenancy Strategy is to set out the Council's position on the different types of tenancy agreement that may be offered to tenants of social housing. In doing this the Council is providing guidance for housing associations and other 'registered providers' when drawing up their own detailed tenancy policies.

The strategy also sets out the council position on the use of affordable rents.

Consultation details

Title: Draft Tenancy Strategy 2021

Start date: 25/01/2021
Closing date: 19/04/2021

Status: OPEN

Why are we consulting?

This consultation is open to everyone who lives, works or studies in Derby.

Organisation carrying out the consultation

Derby City Council

Lead contact

Housing Strategy team
Telephone: 01332 640760
Email: Housing.Strategy@derby.gov.uk

How can I take part?

You can take part by completing the online survey.

If you would like to complete a paper version of the questionnaire you can request one via email yourcityyoursay@derby.gov.uk or call 01332 64000 or Minicom 01332 640666 to request one.

Start date: 22/01/21
Closing date: 16/04/21

Status: OPEN

Why are we consulting?

We are seeking your views about how we will support children’s speech, language and communication in the under 5’s age group over the next 5 years.

Who are we consulting?

The target audience for this consultation is: residents of Derby, Commissioners of Children’s Services, Service Directors in Health and Education, Education providers for pre-school children, Strategic Stakeholders and practitioners in Children’s Services.

Organisation carrying out the consultation 

Derby City Council

Lead contact

Jo Flanagan
Telephone: 07876217509
Email: joanne.flanagan@derby.gov.uk

How can I take part?

More information

View The Balanced System® speech, language and communication pathway 

Early Years Speech, Language and Communications documents:

This questionnaire may also be available in other formats. If you require a different format, please email yourcityyoursay@derby.gov.uk.

Our draft Empty Homes Strategy 2020-2025 provides clarity around how the Council will address the issues around providing quality housing accommodation. It sets out how we will meet housing need and bring empty residential and commercial property back into use to reduce the number of empty properties and homes in Derby.

Consultation details

Title: Empty Homes Strategy Consultation

Start date: 2/2/2021
Closing date: 27/04/2021

Status: OPEN

Why are we consulting?
Our draft Empty Homes Strategy 2020-2025 provides clarity around how the Council will address the issues around providing quality housing accommodation. It sets out how we will meet housing need and bring empty residential and commercial property back into use to reduce the number of empty properties and homes in Derby.

Who are we consulting?
Residents, Housing Partners, Regional Empty Homes Practitioners

Organisation carrying out the consultation
Derby City Council

Lead contact
Housing Strategy
Telephone: 01332 640323
Email: housing.strategy@derby.gov.uk

How can I take part?
You can take part by completing the online survey

If you would like to complete a paper version of the questionnaire you can request one via email housing.strategy@derby.gov.uk or call 01332 64000 or Minicom 01332 640666 to request one.

Start date: 18/03/2021
Closing date: 14/05/2021

Status: Planned

Why are we consulting?
This consultation is aimed at gathering feedback on some suggested proposals around West Park, St Werburgh’s and Springfield Primary Schools. These proposals are designed to address some of the long-standing parking issues that occur at the start and end of the school day as well as promoting active travel for trips to schools and reducing school gate traffic. It is intended that these proposals also build on the measures that have been introduced in the past.

Who are we consulting?
Residents, road users and parents of pupils around the three schools

Organisation carrying out the consultation 
Derby City Council

Lead contact
Emma Johnson
Telephone:  01332 641735
Email: atf@derby.gov.uk

How can I take part?

If you require the survey in another format such as paper please contact us.

Phone:

01332 640000

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Communications and Consultation
Derby City Council
Council House
Corporation Street
Derby
DE1 2FS