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Current surveys

The People's Panel is over 3000 local people who tell us what they think and influence decisions that affect them. No meetings - we will send a survey directly to you - it's as easy as that.

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.

We also want you to tell us what campaigns you have seen and remembered.

Every completed survey will be entered into a prize draw to win a fabulous prize. Previous prizes have included -

  • up to £250 in high street shopping vouchers
  • LED Smart TV
  • 16GB Lenovo tablet

You have to be in it to win it!  

Arrow Prevention and Early Intervention - People's Panel survey

This survey ask you about Prevention and Early Intervention, particularly with your health and that of those close to you. How good are you at spotting signs and symptoms, what health conditions do you worry about the most, and if you had any worries, what would you do about it?  We also want you to tell us what campaigns you have seen and remember.

Access the Prevention and Early Intervention survey (link opens in a new window)

Consultation closing date - Friday 15 July

Access the People's Panel Summer newsletter below.

Arrow Hull city centre survey

Tell us what you think about different aspects of the city centre, including your views on the streets, professional charity fundraisers, opening hours for museums and galleries and the city centre night time economy including what -

  • do you want more of
  • would make you visit the city centre more often in the evening
  • prevents you for visiting the city centre.

Access the Hull city centre survey (link opens in a new window)

Consultation closing date - Friday 15 July

Arrow Ferens Art Gallery

Ferens Art Gallery is currently undergoing a major refurbishment in time for the City of Culture. In readiness for its re opening, we would like to hear what you think about the gallery and what you value about it. We want to know -

  • what kind of art you like and want to see
  • which of our exhibitions you heard about and visited
  • what you think about art, culture and Ferens Art Gallery

Access the Ferens Art Gallery survey (link opens in a new window)

Consultation closing date - Friday 15 July

Arrow Community led local development

We have secured funding from the European Union to look at ways we can help people into work. We want to hear your views.

We are holding events across Hull in June and July. Anyone living in Hull, aged 16 and over, can take part. If you or anyone you know would like to be consulted further, please register.

Register your interest in community led local development events (link opens in a new window)

Alternatively -

Consultation closing date - Saturday 11 June

Arrow Hull - Embracing its Maritime History consultation

A new, heritage led regeneration plan - Hull - Yorkshire's Maritime Museum, is being developed, with multi million pound funding bids being submitted. If successful this will reaffirm and celebrate Hull's role as a world leading maritime city. 

Plans could include the much loved Maritime Museum being improved, with revamped galleries, public spaces and more of its world class treasures on show. The Arctic Corsair and Spurn Lightship could receive much needed conservation along with rejuvenated exhibitions with improved accessibility.

We would like to hear your views and interests before any decisions are made to determine what you feel is important.  

Access the Hull - Yorkshire's Maritime City consultation (link opens in a new window)

Consultation closing date - Friday 17 June 

Arrow City of Culture 2017 - Events and activities for young children and families

Our early year's team is working with the Hull City of Culture education team to plan some events and activities for young children and families around the city, as part of the 2017 City of Culture programme.

We would like to hear the views of parents and carers of children aged five and under to understand what you think the City of Culture is and should be about, what cultural experiences your family is involved in and what kinds of cultural experiences your family would like to take place.

Access the City of Culture 2017 - events and activities survey (link opens in a new window)

Consultation closing date - Friday 1 July

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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