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Current surveys  

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 -

  • Hull as a visitor destination - what should we promote about Hull to attract visitors, has the city's reputation changed since we won the City of Culture and how proud of the city are you
  • your local health services - tell us about the services provided by your GP and other health professionals and about what you look for when choosing a GP

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 - Monday 31 October

The People's Panel newsletter below provides -

  • the results of the March survey about Energy City
  • details about the great new history app - iguide Hull
  • information about how to get involved and have your say


Review of provision of resource bases to pupils with severe and profound hearing impairments or deafness

We are seeking your views about how to provide support to pupils with severe and profound hearing impairments or deafness in the future. Although we are seeking these views now, we are not proposing that the pupils who currently attend the bases are affected.

We maintain resource base provision for pupils who have severe or profound hearing impairments or deafness at Christopher Pickering Primary Academy and Sirius West Secondary Academy. These bases are used by pupils living in Hull and also neighbouring authorities. Pupils with mild to moderate or moderate to severe hearing loss are also supported in their local schools through the hearing impaired peripatetic service. The demand for places in the resource bases is declining significantly as advances in hearing aid technology are enabling more pupils to be successfully supported in their local schools.

Access the review of provision of resource bases survey (link opens in a new window)

For more information about the consultation access the document below.

Consultation closing date - Monday 31 October

Arrow Consultation on warding arrangements

The Commission is carrying out an electoral review of Hull City Council.

The aim of the electoral review is to recommend ward boundaries that mean each councillor represents approximately the same number of voters. We also aim to ensure that the pattern of wards reflects the interests and identities of local communities as well as promoting effective local government. In order to achieve these aims, we need to re-draw ward boundaries across Kingston upon Hull.

Access the consultation (link opens in a new window)

Consultation closing date - Monday 31 October

Arrow Housing strategy consultation

We would like your views on housing in Hull so we can consider your thoughts when writing our new housing strategy for 2017.

Our new strategy is to include investment in new homes, improvements to existing homes and neighbourhoods and set our priorities for the next three years.

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

A paper version of the form is also available at our libraries and customer service centres.

Consultation closing date - Monday 31 October

Arrow Community led local development

We have secured funding 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 -

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

Arrow Library service user survey

Hull Culture and Leisure Library Service is keen to understand what library users think of their regular library and the service it provides. It is also interested in understanding what you go to libraries for and what you come away with. From this information, Hull Culture and Leisure Library Service will be able to make improvements to the service.

Access the library service user 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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