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Arrow People's Panel survey

The People's Panel is a partnership between us and NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group. Over 3000 local people receive a regular survey and tell us what they think about public services such as litter, roads, health services and community safety.

The latest People's panel survey is now open. Tell us what you think about -

  • local services
  • ways in which people can take more responsibility for themselves, their family and the city
  • being involved and having your say on public services

All surveys are entered into a prize draw to win one of a number of fabulous prizes. 

Access the People's panel survey (link opens in a new window)

Consultation closing date - Friday 27 January 2017

The People's Panel newsletter below provides -

  • the results of the June and July survey about Prevention and Early Intervention Services
  • a message from Hull City Council's Chief Executive
  • news and events
  • information about how to get involved and have your say

Arrow Future Provision for Deaf and Hearing Impaired Pupils Consultation Phase 2

Hull City Council would like your views on potential changes to educational provision for deaf and hearing impaired pupils. Pupil numbers in need of specialist hearing provision in school has been falling over a number of years and continues to fall. This is mainly due to advances in technology for people with hearing loss, such as cochlear implants. This is phase 2 of the consultation. In the first consultation (September/October 2016), we gathered views on the pros and cons of specialist Resource Bases for deaf and hearing impaired pupils.  From those responses, Hull City Council has developed 4 options. We would now like your views on these.

Access the Future Provision for Deaf and Hearing Impaired Pupils Survey (link opens in a new window)

Consultation closing date - Friday 24 February 2017


Arrow School admission arrangements 2018 - 2019 consultation

In accordance with statutory guidelines we are consulting on the school admissions arrangements for 2018 - 2019. We have also been asked to consult on proposed arrangements for Hull Trinity House Academy, Malet Lambert Secondary School and Thorpepark Primary School.

Below is a detailed list of the proposals and the required documents for consideration and an online form where you can gives us your views.

Consultation closing date - Monday 30 January


Development of a new housing strategy for Hull consultation

We are leading the development of a new housing strategy for the city to guide investment in new homes, improve existing homes and neighbourhoods and set priorities for the next five years.

We want your views about housing in Hull to help us understand the needs of local people and the types of housing you think Hull needs more of. We want to hear from you whether you own your own home, rent from us, from social providers or private landlords or live with others including hostels and other accommodation.

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

Ongoing surveys

Arrow Hull City Council services satisfaction survey

Hull City Council strives to continually improve the service it provides and to deliver value for money to the people of Hull and those who work in and visit the city.

Please take a moment to tell us how satisfied you are with Hull City Council's services by letting us know where you think we have improved and where you think we have got worse. We also want to know a little bit about your experience of making complaints and about your view of Hull as City of Culture 2017.

Access the Hull City Council services satisfaction survey (link opens in a new window)

Consultation closing date - TBC (the survey is ongoing)

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)

Arrow Beverley Road Townscape Heritage Scheme consultation

Covering the stretch of Beverley Road between the city centre and the junction of Queens Road and Sculcoates Lane, the Townscape Heritage Scheme for Beverley Road has been awarded a grant of almost £1.6m. This is to be used to offer -

  • grants for urgent conservation works
  • property maintenance
  • historic shop front restorations
  • boundary and public realm improvements
  • fund heritage training
  • engagement opportunities

We would like to hear your views to help us monitor and evaluate how much of a positive impact the scheme is having on the area.

Access the Beverley Road Townscape Heritage Scheme survey (link opens in a new window)


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