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Residents Tourism Survey
As part of the development of the Worcester City Tourism Strategy we would like ask residents for their views on tourism, cultural and heritage activities in Worcester City.
Your views are important to us and will help inform the tourism strategy. We want to find out how well residents are engaged in arts, culture, tourism and heritage activities. All responses are anonymous and confidential. No information will be passed on to third parties. Alternative versions of the survey are available on request.
The deadline for responses is Sunday 23 October 2016.
Worcester City Council car parks survey
Worcester City Council is the leading provider of parking services for visitors and people living and working in Worcester City.
Worcester City Council provide 14 car parks in the heart of Worcester, all of which have been awarded the prestigious ‘Park Mark’ Safer Parking award that designates them as having quality management, good lighting, effective CCTV & a clean environment.
Worcester City Council run car parks are located at:
- Copenhagen Street
- Providence Street
- Cattle Market
- King Street
- Newport Street
- St. Martin’s Gate multi-storey
- Clare Street
- Commandery Road
- The Moors.
- Tybridge Street
- Croft Road
- Tallow Hill
We are always keen to improve our car parks for residents and visitors to the city and we value the comments and observations of our patrons. So, we would like to know what you think about our car parks.
This short survey will only take a few of minutes to complete.
The deadline for responses is Sunday 16 October 2016.
Worcestershire Housing Partnership Plan Consultation
We are asking for your views on the new Worcestershire Housing Partnership Plan. The new Plan sets out how Housing will work with other organisations to deliver shared priorities.
We need to ensure that our housing is affordable, safe, warm, in good repair and, adapted where necessary to meet the needs of people across the County. The Plan seeks to address the needs of our diverse population who have individual housing and support requirements. Providing the right housing will have other benefits, such as improved health and wellbeing, educational achievement of children, employment, crime reduction and sustainable communities.
The consultation period runs until midnight on 22 December 2016.
The 2018 Boundary Review – Initial Proposals for new Parliamentary constituency boundaries
Tuesday 13 September is the date of the publication of the initial proposals and the commencement of a 12 week public consultation ending on Monday 5 December 2016.
Consultation documents are on deposit for viewing by members of the public at the Reception Area, North Wing, Guildhall, High street, Worcester WR1 2EY from 8:30am to 4:30pm Monday to Friday and 10.00am to 4.00pm on Saturday.
For written representations the Boundary Commission for England are recommending that people use their consultation website at www.bce2018.org.uk
Other consultation facilities
- Comment on a planning application
- Worcestershire Viewpoint
- New alcohol licence applications and alcohol licence variations
Past consultation results
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