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
Our current consultations:
The Northern Lincolnshire Broadband Project is striving to extend the availability of next generation access (NGA) broadband infrastructure in North Lincolnshire.
As part of the larger Digital Infrastructure strategy programme of works, and to deliver their aspirations, North Lincolnshire Council, in partnership with Building Digital UK (BDUK) and Openreach, has successfully delivered two phases of the superfast broadband project in Northern Lincolnshire.
It is therefore North Lincolnshire Council’s intention to procure NGA solutions – those capable of achieving a minimum of 30 Mbps download speed – for the remaining area in scope for NGA deployment.
Open market review (OMR)
On the 6 September, we launched our open market review (OMR) which was published and sent to 29 telecommunication suppliers. (The OMR is intended as a precursor to a formal public consultation document).
This part of the consultation lasted four weeks and closed on the 3 October 2019. The OMR was part of the new procurement process, to establish existing and planned (next three years) commercial coverage of broadband services across the North Lincolnshire broadband area, by all existing, and any prospective, NGA broadband infrastructure providers. This enabled us to inform our understanding of the availability of NGA across North Lincolnshire.
How to respond to this state aid public consultation
Below you will find our Phase 3 State Aid Public Consultation document and associated state aid maps. These have also been sent to all known or potential broadband infrastructure providers. Responses to this public consultation will help us identify areas not currently served, or due to be served by NGA broadband services of 30Mbps or more.
This process is being undertaken in advance of a North Lincolnshire Council’s Phase 3 procurement which we hope to launch in December 2019.
Are you a telecommunications supplier?
If you are a broadband provider, we want to hear from you. Although we have details and maps of broadband coverage in our area, we need confirmation that these are correct and of the speeds, end users can access.
Please email email@example.com with the following details:
- Your organisation’s name (if applicable)
- Your organisation’s address (if applicable)
- Your name
- Contact telephone number
- Email address
We will then send you template to complete with all relevant details.
For more details, please read the Northern Lincs Broadband public consultation 2019 document [PDF, 1Mb].
We must receive all completed templates by midnight on 25 November 2019.
Are you a resident or business in North Lincolnshire?
If you are a resident or business that resides in an area that does not yet have access to broadband speeds of at least 30mbps, we also want to hear from you. Although we have details and maps of potentially affected areas, we need confirmation of where broadband speeds are less than 30mbps from the people who live or work there.
If this is you, please complete our broadband enquiry form, preferably before 25 November 2019.
We are consulting 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 will run until Thursday 17 October 2019.
Please let us know if you have any comments by sending them to firstname.lastname@example.org
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 LA’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