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

Current surveys

Arrow Proposed Public Spaces Protection Order - Riverside & Wyke Areas - Formal consultation

Hull City Council is considering the making of a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) within the Riverside Area (consisting of the Drypool, Myton, Newington and St. Andrews Wards) and also the Wyke Area (consisting of the Avenue, Bricknell and Newland Wards) of the city in a bid to reduce anti-social behaviour caused by the consumption of alcohol in public spaces.

In response to concerns initially raised by residents in the Riverside Area, Hull City Council ran a two-week on-line consultation between 3 and 17 July 2015 for residents to provide views on the proposed PSPO across the Riverside Area (including the City Centre). Residents from outside of the Riverside Area were also invited to complete the questionnaire to highlight alcohol related ASB in their neighbourhoods. 

In total, 161 responses were received that provided overwhelming resident support for the proposal with 150 (93.8 percent) strongly agreeing or agreeing to the proposed PSPO. 

Residents were asked if the proposed PSPO should include provisions for a total ban on alcohol consumption in children’s play areas and cemeteries at all times. 90.1 percent of respondents strongly agreed to the total ban in play areas with 90.6 percent strongly agreeing to the same ban in cemeteries.

The aim of the proposed PSPO is to stop individuals or groups of individuals committing alcohol related anti-social behaviour in a public space. The behaviour that the Council is looking to restrict across the Riverside and Wyke Areas of the City has been identified as having, or is likely to have a detrimental effect on those in the Area, is (or likely to be) of a persistent or continuing nature and is (or is likely to be) considered to be unreasonable.

A draft copy of the proposed Public Spaces Protection Order is shown below. The Council value representations on the proposed PSPO that will inform progression of the Order through the Council’s decision making processes.

Representations should be sent to by Tuesday 16 February 2016.

Consultation closing date - Tuesday 16 February 2016

Arrow Tell us what you think

Hull City Council wants to ensure that residents, visitors and businesses are informed about the work the council is doing. We sometimes run information compaigns to increase awareness and help make sure people understand things that could be relevant to them.

The following questions will help us to understand how effective such campaigns are. Please take a few minutes to help us. Your views will help us identify if, and where, we need to improve.

Access the survey (link opens in a new window)

Arrow Historic gateway secures major funding

We have successfully bid for Heritage Lottery funding for the Beverley Road Townscape Heritage Scheme. The grant of almost £1.6million is to help the regeneration between Freetown Way and Queens Road. The scheme will offer grants for conservation repairs an will fund a series of improvement works as well as deliver heritage training with local schools and contractors. The scheme is to be launched later this year.

We would like to hear your views on the scheme and we will update you throughout the consultation period.

Access the Beveley Road Townscape Heritage scheme survey (link opens in a new window)

Previous consultation with residents highlighted that the number of derelict and empty properties and poorly maintained historic buildings in the area has increased in recent years, along with antisocial behaviour, graffiti and litter.

Find out more about the scheme

Alternatively you can telephone 01482 318 573 or email to find out more.

Arrow Queens Gardens survey

Hull City Council would like to restore Queens Gardens to their former glory. Help us to bid for the funds by telling us what you think about the gardens now and what you would like to see in the future.

Access the Queens Gardens survey (link opens in a new window)

Ongoing surveys


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 Housing strategy and renewal feedback

Please complete this feedback form to give us your views about your home and local area. This will help us measure the impact of our housing regeneration programmes across the city.

Access the housing strategy and renewal feedback survey (link opens in a new window)

Arrow Housing renewals team customer satisfaction

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.

Access the housing renewals team customer satisfaction survey (link opens in a new window)


White Ribbon survey

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. 

Access the White Ribbon survey (link opens in a new window)


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