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Worlebury Camp Hillfort - Conservation Management Plan

Worlebury Camp is a large Iron Age hillfort located on a limestone promontory to the north of Weston-super-Mare. It is afforded the highest protection for a heritage asset in England, as a Scheduled Monument, and the land within which the hillfort sits is owned and managed by North Somerset Council. Worlebury Camp was placed on Historic England’s Heritage at Risk Register in 2016, categorised as vulnerable, with the principal threats being trees and vegetation. An archaeological condition survey of the hillfort was commissioned to identify the specific threats and risks to the monument, and to inform the management of the site. The aims within this management plan will ensure that this exemplary hillfort is uncovered, helping to reveal its secrets, lost for almost two hundred years under extensive tree and vegetation growth. We would like to receive your feedback on the management options we have identified.

Coordinated Admission Schemes for 2020-21

This consultation asks your views about the proposed coordinated admission schemes for 2020-21. Please read the documents and let us know your views online. All Local Authorities in England are required, under the School Admissions Code, to operate a coordinated scheme. All Infant, Junior, Primary and Secondary Schools within North Somerset are participants within these Schemes.

Yatton Neighbourhood Plan Resubmission of Statement of Community Involvement and Basic Conditions Statement Featured

Yatton Parish Council have submitted an amended Statement of Community Involvement and Basic Conditions Statement to replace those which were submitted for Examination alongside the Yatton Neighbourhood Plan in October 2017. This is at the suggestion of examiner Mr Jeremy Edge to ensure that both documents meet the requirements set out in the associated legislation. As some of the documents are now amended this necessitates an additional period of submission stage consultation.

Consultation on School Funding Arrangements for the 2019-20 Financial Year

This is an annual 'Fair Funding' consultation. It will be mainly interest professionals in education (school heads, business managers, Chairs of Governing Bodies etc) but we welcome all views.

Suicide Prevention Grant Application Form

Sensory Support Service children and young people questionnaire

This questionnaire is to seek views of children and young people who use the Sensory Support Service to help with the review and redesign of the service.

Sensory Support Service professionals, organisations and services questionnaire

This questionnaire is to seek views of professionals and organisations who work with users of the sensory support service to help with the review and redesign of the service.

Sensory Support Service carer and parent questionnaire

This questionnaire is to seek views of the carers and parents of past and present users of the Sensory Support Service to help with the review and redesign of the service.

LCS App

It has now been a year since the introduction of the LCS app. We would like this questionnaire to be your opportunity to advise us about your use of the app via the iPad. We would like to know what is working well and what could be done to improve it.

Local Plan 2036: Issues and Options Stage Featured

We are preparing a new Local Plan which will provide detailed policies and additional housing, employment and other land allocations up to 2036. It will review and roll-forward policies and allocations in existing development plan documents and plan for the amount of housing, jobs and infrastructure set out in the Joint Spatial Plan (JSP). This is an early stage in the plan making process, and the purpose of the issues and options document is to identify the challenges that need to be addressed. We would like to receive your feedback on the options we have identified.

Consultation for Top-up-Funding for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities.

This is a consultation on proposed Top up Funding arrangements for 2019-20

School Admission Arrangements for North Somerset Community and Voluntary Controlled Schools 2020-21

School Admission Arrangements for North Somerset Community and Voluntary Controlled Schools 2020-21. Schools included within the proposed policy are; All Saints, East Clevedon C of E Primary, Golden Valley Primary, Uphill Primary, Banwell Primary, Blagdon Primary, Churchill C of E Primary, Kewstoke Primary, Sandford Primary, St Andrew’s C of E Primary, Winford C of E Primary, Winscombe Primary and Wrington C of E Primary.

School term dates 2020/2021

This is an annual exercise to consult on proposed school term and holiday dates for the school year 2020/2021

Proposed change to Healthwatch provision in North Somerset

North Somerset Council must ensure delivery of a local, independent Healthwatch service for the area. The current arrangement for this service ends in 2019, and we are seeking views on changing how we provide this service to improve efficiency and better fit with changing local health services.

Congresbury Neighbourhood Development Plan Featured

Congresbury Parish Council, with help from the local community, have prepared a Neighbourhood Development Plan. This will help to shape the parish in forthcoming years and will be used to help make decisions on planning applications within the parish. North Somerset Council are now consulting on the plan for 6 weeks commencing on 14 January 2019. Following this consultation the intention is to submit the plan for examination.

North Somerset Home to School Travel Assistance Policy September 2020

The Integrated Transport Unit have been working over the last year to co-produce a Home to School Transport Policy with relevant supporting groups we are now asking for your views on the policy.

Planning Application Requirements

Consultation on revised Planning Application Requirements (PAR)

North Somerset’s Short Breaks offer for children and young people with additional needs (SEND) under 18 years of age.

The consultation provides an opportunity to have your say regarding the current short breaks offer. We would like to know what you think we are doing well and what we need to improve.