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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

Arrow Proposals for a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO)

People consuming alcohol and behaving antisocially can prevent others in the community from using and enjoying shared public spaces. A Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) can be used to tackle the consumption of alcohol in public spaces where it is, or is likely to be, detrimental to the local community's quality of life, by imposing conditions on the use of the area. 

We are consulting on proposals to implement a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) within the Riverside area of the city including the city centre and the Beverley Road corridor up to Cottingham Road. We are also keen to find out whether residents in other areas of the city are affected by people consuming alcohol and behaving antisocially.

Access the Proposals for a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) survey (link opens in a new window)

Consultation closing date - Friday 17 July

Arrow Consultation on the proposed plans for Ferens Art Gallery and Hull New Theatre

The Ferens Art Gallery is one of Hull's most high profile and popular cultural assets. It was extended and refitted in 1991 and consequently after 23 years the systems for environmental control, lighting and display are nearing the end of their effective operational life. The Ferens Art Gallery must play a central role in the City of Culture programme and improvements are needed to ensure we bring in the very best exhibitions and collection loans available to Hull.

Proposals include a glazed draught lobby at the front to meet the environmental requirements, an extension to the rear of the building which will improve the Café offer and relocating the shop from Gallery 10, which will return Gallery 10 to its intended use and increase the amount of display space.
You can find details of the proposed plans for Ferens Art Gallery here

Access the survey to let us know what you think of the proposed plans for Ferens Art Gallery (opens in a new window)

Investment in Hull New Theatre is planned to resolve issues currently experienced by visiting artistes regarding access and space in the current facility. Once updated, it will be capable of staging bigger, more ambitious shows to cement its reputation as one of the best touring theatres in the UK.

Proposals include extending the back stage area, improving access, creating a new entrance and spacious new café and bar area, all aimed at improving the visitor experience.

Access the survey to let us know what you think of the proposed plans for Hull New Theatre (opens in a new window)

Everyone who completes these surveys has the opportunity to win one of two pairs of tickets to see Snow White at Hull New Theatre later this year.



Arrow Public Health nursing services for children and young people

If you are the parent or carer of a child aged up to 19 years old living in Hull we would like to get your views on nursing services provided by health visitors and school nurses. These are sometimes called public health nurses. We are also asking you about some services aimed at improving the health of children's teeth. The results of the survey will help us and local NHS organisations shape the future design of these health services.

The consultation document below provides you with the information to help you understand the services currently provided and the reasons for changing them. 

Access the Public Health nursing services survey (link opens in a new window)

Consultation closing date - Monday 3 August 


Arrow Adults delivering differently

We are proposing to change the way that we deliver adult social care services. We would like to hear your views about what you value about the services and what makes the difference to improving service users' outcomes. The information that we gather will help us to understand how we might provide better adult social care services in the future, making greater use of our resources, whilst maintaining the quality and effectiveness of those services that make a difference. 

The document below provides further details of what is involved in the review of adult social care services which will help when filling out the survey.  

Access the Adults delivering differently survey (link opens in a new window)

Consultation closing date - Friday 7 August


Arrow Pearson Park

Following a successful first stage application, Hull City Council is now working to submit a second stage bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund to restore Pearson Park. We are hoping to secure over £2m to restore the unique heritage features in Hull's first public park. This short survey will help us to develop the second stage bid by understanding how people currently use Pearson Park, what they think of Pearson Park in its current state and how they think it could be improved in the future.

If you have any questions about this survey, or  the Heritage Lottery bid, please contact the Major Projects Team on 01482 300 300.

Access the Pearson Park survey (link opens in a new window)

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


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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)


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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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