Current and past consultations, surveys and public notices.
Consultations, surveys and public notices
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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.
Local people are invited to have their say on proposals for the Barton-upon-Humber Link Road.
Following initial suggestions, more detailed plans for the road are now available to view. These have taken into account feedback provided by residents, including those made at previous consultation events.
Residents now have the opportunity to comment on the new plans, which will help to ease congestion while ensuring the bustling market town continues to flourish.
Currently, there are no survey to display
Feedback on the Electric Vehicle survey
In March and April 2021 North Lincolnshire Council undertook a survey seeking residents views on Electric Vehicles (EVs). The survey received a total of 269 responses.
The key facts
- 11 percent of respondents owned an EV and 82 percent of them owned a full Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV)
- 4 percent of respondents are planning to purchase an EV in the next 12 months, with 18 percent considering purchasing one in the next 12 months
- 9 percent of EV owners parked on a private driveway overnight
- There was a clear sense of scepticism towards adoption of EVs with the main barriers being the lack of high-quality charging infrastructure (30 percent), cost of purchasing an EV (29 percent) and limited driving range (25 percent).
Read the Electric Vehicle (EV) Survey – Summary Paper. [PDF, 190Kb]