We ensure that services meet the needs and expectations of the community by regularly consulting with individuals, organisations and businesses. We do this through the decision making process. The North Lincolnshire Community Engagement Plan is in place to help with this.
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
Our current consultations:
Let us know how we’ve done
To help us make improvements to our services we want to know your experiences of contacting the council.
Thinking back to the last time you contacted the council – whether it was via email, over the phone, in person or online – how satisfied were you with the service you received? Did a member of staff go out of their way to help you? Did you feel they could have done more? Now is your chance to let us know in our customer satisfaction survey.
We are committing to providing the best possible frontline council services and your feedback is invaluable in helping us to assess how we are doing and to make improvements.
The survey should take no more than five minutes to complete and can be filled-in online:
The governing bodies of New Holland Church of England and Methodist Primary School and Goxhill and East Halton Schools’ Federation are proposing that:
New Holland Church of England and Methodist Primary School and Goxhill and East Halton Schools’ Federation form a hard federation with a single governing body and single executive headteacher (Miss Breslin). It is proposed this will take effect from 1 January 2019.
Take a look at the consultation document to find out more details and share your views.
Federation consultation document [PDF, 1Mb]
The consultation will run until 2 November 2018.
Appleby was formally designated as a Neighbourhood Area on 18 December 2014 and since then the Parish Council has been working towards their Neighbourhood Plan, which sets out how Appleby will develop over the next 10 to 15 years.
Following a six week consultation in February and March 2018 in which local residents had their say on the Neighbourhood Plan put forward by Appleby Parish Council, amendments have been made and the final version has now been handed in to the council.
Before a decision can be made on the application, residents are encouraged to tell us what they think about the final version of Appleby’s Neighbourhood Plan.
Comments can be made on the plan from Monday 1 October until Friday 9 November 2018.
Kirton-in-Lindsey, led by the Town Council, is making progress with preparing its Neighbourhood Plan that sets out how local people want to see their community developed over the next 10 to 15 years.
The Neighbourhood Plan could include setting out where new homes are built, which areas of open space are protected or enhanced, or what local facilities are needed in the future.
The first part of the process is to decide exactly what area the Neighbourhood Plan should cover. Kirton-in-Lindsey Town Council has submitted an application to North Lincolnshire Council to have their specified area officially designated as a ‘Neighbourhood Area’.
Before a decision can be made on the application, a consultation will take place to get the views of local people, businesses and agencies with an interest in Kirton-in-Lindsey, to comment on the proposed Neighbourhood Area.
The consultation runs from Monday 1 October until Friday 9 November 2018.
North Lincolnshire Council has successfully bid for funding, along with four other regional authorities, to develop our Armed Forces Convenant. Please complete the online survey to tell us about your current awareness of the Covenant and what you think to developing it.