This page shows the list of closed consultations. If the responses have been analysed, you can see the results by clicking through to an individual consultation.
|Name||Status||Open Date||Close Date|
|Site Allocations Plan 2006 - 2026: Publication Version November 2016 Featured||Closed||07 Nov 2016||19 Dec 2016|
|Weston-super-Mare Town Centre Regeneration - Draft Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) Featured
What do you think about the plans for regenerating the town centre?
|Closed||31 Oct 2016||12 Dec 2016|
|North Somerset Local Plan 2018-2036: Pre-commencement Document Featured||Closed||14 Jun 2016||21 Jul 2016|
|Clevedon neighbourhood area Featured
Clevedon neighbourhood area
|Closed||21 Mar 2016||18 Apr 2016|
|Creative Hub for Weston-super-Mare Featured
Let us know what you think about setting up a creative hub in Weston town centre.
|Closed||25 Jan 2016||29 Feb 2016|
|North Somerset Core Strategy Consultation on consequential changes to remitted policies CS6, CS14, CS19, CS28, CS30, CS31, CS32, CS33 Featured
Examination of remaining remitted policies CS6 Green Belt, CS19 Strategic Gaps, CS28 Weston-super-Mare, CS30 Weston Villages, CS31 Clevedon, Nailsea and Portishead, CS 32 Service Villages, CS33 Smaller Settlements and Countryside, CS14 Distribution of new housing
|Closed||06 Nov 2015||18 Dec 2015|
|Weston-super-Mare: Prospectus for Change Featured
We are now consulting on our Prospectus for Change for Weston-super-Mare and invite your comments and ideas.
|Closed||02 Mar 2015||15 Apr 2015|
|Cancellation of Article 4 Direction - Airport Parking
Consultation on the decision to cancel the Article 4 Direction restricting offsite airport parking for Bristol Airport. The Article 4 Direction was due to come into effect on 1 January 2017.
|Closed||04 Jan 2017||17 Feb 2017|
|Local Planning Application Requirements - Part 3 Drawings standards
The purpose of this consultation is to make sure we only ask for information that is necessary and proportionate to describe applications received. This consultation relates to Part 3 of our Local Planning Application Requirements and the standards that plans and drawings are normally expected to comply with. It has been drafted in partnership with Bristol City Council and Bath and North East Somerset Council. Part 2 is subject to a separate consultation and relates to what plans and drawings should be submitted. Part 1 relates to supporting documents and was adopted in 2016. Once adopted both parts 1, 2 and 3 will be used to help applicants and the council to understand what is required in order for a planning application to be valid when submitted to us.
|Closed||04 Jan 2017||15 Feb 2017|
|Local Planning Application Requirements - Part 2 Drawings
The purpose of this consultation is to make sure we only ask for information that is necessary and proportionate to describe applications received. This consultation relates to Part 2 of our Local Planning Application Requirements and sets when drawings are required to be submitted with applications. Part 3 is subject to a separate consultation and relates to the standards that drawings should meet. Part 1 relates to supporting documents and was adopted in 2016. Once adopted both parts 1, 2 and 3 will be used to help applicants and the council to understand what is required in order for a planning application to be valid when submitted to us.
|Closed||04 Jan 2017||15 Feb 2017|
|Proposed Co-ordinated Admission Schemes and School Admission Arrangements 2018-19
This consultation asks your views about the proposed new intake admission arrangements. It includes oversubscription criteria, admission numbers and in-year admission arrangements for 2018-19.
|Closed||07 Dec 2016||31 Jan 2017|
|Consultation on the changes to Early Years Formula and Top up Funding 2017-18||Closed||16 Dec 2016||13 Jan 2017|
|North Somerset People and Communities Strategy 2017 - 2020
The North Somerset People and Communities Board brings together a range of partners from across public and voluntary services who are working together to reduce inequalities and improve the safety, health and wellbeing of local residents. This board fulfils the statutory duties of a Health and Wellbeing Board and a Community Safety Partnership. The Board has recently revised its priorities to reflect local challenges and opportunities. This work has informed a new draft People and Communities Strategy. The strategy does not seek to include all current activity relating to community safety and health and wellbeing. It focusses on what can best be achieved by working effectively together to meet local needs and enable people to live safe, healthy and independent lives.
|Closed||10 Nov 2016||12 Dec 2016|
|MetroWest Phase 1 - Second informal consultation on proposals for Ashton Vale Road
MetroWest Phase 1 is proposing to re-open the Portishead rail line to passenger train services and enhance the passenger train service for the Severn Beach and Bath to Bristol line (local service). Emerging work indicates that an increase in train services will result in the level crossing barriers at the entrance to Ashton Vale industrial estate needing to operate significantly more than they do currently. Alternative access needs to be provided which is the focus of this micro-consultation. It follows a similar exercise in February 2016 which helped refine the highway options from six to three, and it is these three we are now seeking views on
|Closed||11 Nov 2016||12 Dec 2016|
|North Somerset Local Council Tax Support – 2017- 18
In April 2013, the government changed the way in which assistance is provided to Council Tax payers on low incomes. The Local Council Tax Support Scheme (LCTS) was introduced to replace the previous national council tax benefit system. North Somerset Council introduced its Local Council Tax Support Scheme (LCTS) in April 2013 and later changed its scheme in subsequent years to the current scheme in 2016/17. It was designed to be affordable in the context of the reduced grant provided by the Government to fund the scheme. In doing this the Council delivered a scheme that did not impact on either the council tax level or other services which it provides to pay for. The current scheme allows for low income families an eligibility to council tax support but requires a minimum contribution of 24.5% of their full council tax bill. Currently a council tax support claim will commence on the day it is received and will be backdated 3 months if good cause is demonstrated. Family premium is all
|Closed||07 Nov 2016||09 Dec 2016|
|Article 4 Direction -restriction of off-site parking for Bristol Airport
If the Article 4 Direction is confirmed it will remove automatic permitted development rights for the storage, parking, cleaning, maintenance or repair of any motor vehicle of any description, provided such use in not in association with the existing lawful use. The direction would also remove automatic permitted development rights to provide moveable structures for the purposes of the controlled use.
|Closed||21 Oct 2016||30 Nov 2016|
|Consultation on potential delegation of services that are currently provided centrally from the schools budget 2017-18
Proposals of North Somerset Council and the Strategic Schools Forum (SSF) on the distribution of resources currently held centrally to support schools.
|Closed||02 Nov 2016||25 Nov 2016|
|Relevant Area Consultation 2018-20
To determine the area that we should use when subsequently consulting on our school admission arrangements.
|Closed||07 Oct 2016||18 Nov 2016|
|Draft Empty Property Delivery Plan 2016 - 2021
We are preparing a new North Somerset Empty Property Delivery Plan to cover the period 2016 to 2021. We are consulting to obtain comments and feedback on the Draft plan.
|Closed||12 Oct 2016||15 Nov 2016|
|Residents Survey 2016
This is a survey we conduct every-other-year to help track how we are serving the interests of North Somerset residents.
|Closed||08 Sep 2016||01 Nov 2016|