Direct from Consultation
Wiltshire Council use a range of methods to consult. For example, residents may be invited to give their comments on a particular issue by letter, to complete a questionnaire, or to attend an area board or focus group. To see how you can get involved, please see our full list of ways you can have your say.
Public consultations are an essential part of our development as your local authority. They provide us with necessary feedback on proposals for change or other new initiatives, thus informing our decision-making process.
Have your say on how your council works, by viewing our current consultations.
|Consultation||Status||Closing Date||More information|
|Leisure facilities review||Open||We have carried out a review of our indoor leisure facilities across Wiltshire. Have your say on leisure provision in the county for the next 25 email@example.com|
|Libraries Review||Open||The library service is inviting you to suggest your five priorities for Wiltshire Library Services in the firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone: 01225 713727
|LTP3 Parking Strategy – Consultation Draft||Open 12 July 2010||3 September 2010||We would welcome your comments on the LTP3 Parking Strategy – Consultation Draft.Please go to http://consult.wiltshire.gov.uk/portal to view the document and to make your comments.|
|People, Places and Promises: Wiltshire Community Plan 2011-2026||Open||20 August 2011||Have your say on the future of life in Wiltshire and how to improve it for email@example.com
Telephone: 01225 718448
|Waste Collection Proposal||Open||20 August 2010||You can have your say on this firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone: 0300 456 0102
|Consultations on Traffic Regulation Orders||Open|
|Childcare in Wiltshire – A Survey of Employers||Responses will feed into Wiltshire’s Childcare Sufficiency Assessment which is a requirement of the Childcare Act 2006 and will be published in April 2011.|
|Parent and Carer Childcare Survey 2010||The Childcare Sufficiency Assessment Report will be available for consultation on the Wiltshire Council website from November 2010 to February 2011.
The finished report will be published in March 2011.
|Survey for children aged 5-14|
You can also view some consultations via the Consultation Portal