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Central Government cuts mean the council is facing significant financial challenges

We need your help to better understand the services you value.

Your views are extremely important to us and we would be very grateful if you would play your part by taking the Value Hull Budget Challenge.

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Consultations and surveys

We regularly hold public consultations and surveys, to gather your opinions on everything from sports facilities to specific schemes in Hull. The latest consultations and surveys are available below.

Current surveys 



Access the Beverley Road Townscape Heritage scheme questionnaire (opens in a new window)


We have recently received development funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund to put together a bid for a new Townscape Heritage scheme for the southern end of Beverley Road. A successful bid would bring in over £1.5million of additional funding for the area over the next five years and would provide an opportunity for local property owners to work with the council to restore some of the area’s unique historical buildings.

To help us to develop the bid we need to find out more about what local people think about Beverley Road and the proposed Townscape Heritage Scheme. The results of this survey will form an important part of our application to the Heritage Lottery Fund.

For more information please contact the Major Projects and Infrastructure Team by e-mail or by telephone 01482 318 573.

Access the Heritage Lottery Fund website for more information about the schemes (opens in a new window)


Access the Be Safe taxi safety survey (link opens in a new window)

In the run up to the festive season it is important to raise awareness about the potential dangers in using illegal, unmarked vehicles acting as taxi cabs as a way to travel.

We would like to hear your views about the annual ‘Be Safe’ taxi safety campaign. The ‘Hail it, Book it, Avoid it’ slogan helps highlight this and is designed as a quick way of remembering how to travel safely around the city.

We’d like to know if you’re aware of the campaign, how you heard about it and if it has helped change your view on how you travel.


Arrow Consultation on changes to leisure services

We would like to hear your views about the proposed changes to leisure services provision in the east of the city. We are considering building a new 25 metre six lane swimming pool at Woodford Leisure Centre which would be added to the existing leisure centre complex. The intention is to close East Hull Pools once the new pool at Woodford Leisure Centre is open so that activity can be relocated.

Access the leisure services consultation survey (link opens in a new window)

Consultation closing date - Thursday 5 January 2015

Arrow Consultation on potential changes to relief for business rates

If you are a resident or have a business in Hull we would like your views on the future of business rates relief. We are considering revising the current approach for discretionery relief, awarded by the council, to qualifying not for profit organisations against their business rates liability. This would increase to 80 per cent from 50 per cent bringing these organisations in line with awards made to charities and some community sports clubs.

For more information access our press release

You can give your views through our survey using the link below.   

Access the changes to discretionary relief for business rates consultation survey (link opens in a new window)

Consultation closing date - Monday 9 February 2015

Find out more about the proposed revisions by downloading the document below -

Ongoing surveys

Arrow Public protection survey (link opens in a new window)
If you have ever requested a public protection service we would appreciate your feedback on the service we provided. Public protection services include food hygiene, health and safety, pest control, dog wardens, environmental protection (for example a noise complaint) and trading standards.


Bereavement Services Cemeteries / Crematorium Grounds consultation
We would like to understand your views on what level of memorabilia we should allow on graves and other memorials. We are currently considering revising the current rules and regulations that we introduced in 2004.

Access the Bereavement services cemeteries and crematorium grounds survey (link opens in a new window)


Arrow Inspection feedback survey (link opens in a new window)
If you have had an inspection of your premises carried out by us regarding food hygiene, health and safety or trading standards, we would appreciate your feedback.
Arrow Housing strategy and renewal feedback survey (link opens in a new window)
Complete this survey to give your views on any of the housing regeneration programmes that are planned or are currently taking place across the city. Your feedback is used to measure the impact in the areas.
Arrow Housing renewals team customer satisfaction survey (link opens in a new window)
The housing renewals team provide support and assistance to those having to move home due to housing regeneration projects. Complete this survey to give your views on the process of moving home and the service provided by the team.

Arrow White Ribbon survey (link opens in a new window)
The Hull Domestic Violence Forum are applying for Hull to be awarded White Ribbon Status and to become a White Ribbon City. White Ribbons are awarded to organisations and cities wishing to demonstrate their commitment to the aims of the White Ribbon Campaign (WRC). The aims are -
  • to address and alter social norms that lead to violent behaviour against women
  • involving men in prevention activities
  • increasing awareness of the issue
  • providing services aimed at reducing the incidence of domestic violence

As part of the assessment process we need to capture the views of the local community.

You can give your views by completing this short survey.


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