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Consultations, surveys and public notices

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Current and past consultations, surveys and public notices.

Consultations and surveys

We ensure that services meet the needs and expectations of the community by regularly engaging with you and consulting with individuals, organisations and businesses. We do this through the decision making process.

We will seek your views on a number of areas. These include:

  • Reviewing the direction of the council
  • Helping us to build active, healthy, successful and safe communities
  • Setting the council’s budget and council tax
  • Taking major decisions about council policy
  • Reviewing and improving the quality of life in the area
  • Reviewing and improving service design, delivery and access
  • Receiving feedback on performance and satisfaction levels
  • Allowing people to raise issues of importance to them.

Current consultations

Worlaby Parish Council has formally submitted its Neighbourhood Plan to North Lincolnshire Council. Background information and all the relevant documents can be viewed on the Neighbourhood Planning page. Please read the documents and then complete the consultation questionnaire.

Current surveys

As part of our commitment to engage with you, you can now rate your most recent experience with North Lincolnshire Council by answering one question online:

Current surveys

Current surveys

Closed consultations:

To help us develop a new carers’ strategy, we wanted to hear from carers and members of the public with an interest in the local carers’ agenda. This includes people who have someone care for them, organisations, social workers, NHS staff and other professionals who support carers.

North Lincolnshire Council published an All Age Carers Commissioning Strategy in June 2015.  The Strategy spans all life stages and enables North Lincolnshire Council to fulfil its statutory duties to all adult carers who care for adults and children and young people with additional needs, as well as supporting the smooth transition of children and young people and young carers to adult carer support services in line with assessed need.

We continued the conversation with carers and found out about your needs and priorities in 2020. We reflected on the achievements of the past five years and identified where we can improve services and support for carers whilst identifying any gaps. This informed our planning and commissioning of support services for carers in the future.

We found out from you whether the strategy had achieved its original goals and identified the future needs and priorities for carers in North Lincolnshire.

The survey closed on 31 October 2020

To find out what you said and what we did, visit our local clinical commissioning group’s (CCG) website.

Over previous years Leys Farm junior school has been working in partnership with Enderby Road infant school sharing best practice and development opportunities. The arrangements have proven to be extremely effective and of benefit to all the children and staff in both schools.  The governing bodies see federation as a positive step in order for our two school communities to collaborate further. The potential benefits are highlighted in the consultation document.

As the partnership arrangement has been working effectively, consideration has subsequently been given to the possibility of formalising the collaborative arrangement between both schools. Following detailed discussions with governors and North Lincolnshire Council, we are proposing to create a single governing body, known as a ‘hard federation’.

Further information is available in the Consultation document for the possible federation of Enderby Road infant and Leys Farm junior schools [Word, 102Kb]

The Enderby/Leys Farm consultation closed on 3 May 2020.

Over previous months Luddington and Garthorpe primary school has been working in partnership with Eastoft CE primary school in an interim Executive Headship arrangement, sharing best practice and development opportunities. The arrangements have proved to have been extremely effective and of benefit to all the children and staff in both schools.

As the partnership arrangements have been working effectively, consideration has subsequently been given to the possibility of formalising the collaborative arrangements between both schools. Following detailed discussions between governors and North Lincolnshire Council, we are proposing to create a single governing board, known as a ‘hard federation’ that will be known as The Riverside Federation.

Further information is available in the Consultation document – Proposed federation of Eastoft primary and Luddington and Garthorpe primary schools

The Eastoft/Luddington consultation closed on 1 May 2020.

We consulted interested parties on the proposal to change the age range at Baysgarth school from 11 to 18 years to 11 to 16 years.

Full details of the proposal are included in the Statutory proposal for prescribed alterations to the upper age range of Baysgarth school [PDF, 258Kb].

The consultation closed on 17 October 2019.

Public Notice [PDF, 312Kb]

Update – Thursday 28 November 2019

Following a consultation exercise, support was received to amend the age range at Baysgarth school. On the basis of the support for the proposal, a public notice was published and following a four week consultation period, no representations or objections were received.

Based on information provided in the council’s full proposals and feedback from the public notice, the Cabinet Member for Children, Families and Culture has approved the proposal to amend the age range at Baysgarth school.

In summary this means:

• The registered age range of the school will change from 11 to 18 years to 11 to 16 years
• This will be implemented on 31 December 2019

Public notices

There are no specific notices to display at this time but public notices relating to Public Rights of Way and Licensing are available on the following pages: