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Current and partner consultations

Consultations are key to our decision making and we ask questions on many aspects of our service planning and delivery.

On this page:

Current consultations

Central Stockton and North Thornaby Blueprint Consultation 

We want to hear your views for long-term plans for the regeneration of the Central Area of Stockton and North Thornaby. Now in its final stages, it's your last chance to feed into the proposals and provide your feedback. You can view the proposals and feed into the third and final phase of consultation until 25 March 2024.

Central Stockton and North Thornaby Blueprint Consultation

The documentation available on the Commonplace consultation platform is also available in hard copy in all of our libraries or from the Visitor Information Centre.

Please check the opening times for the library and for the Visitor Information Centre before travelling.

Communication with parents and carers survey

The SEND and Inclusion service understand the need to continuously review and improve our communication with the parents and carers and families we work with. The SEND and Inclusion service want to hear your views on how we communicate.

Communication with parents and carers survey

The survey will close on Saturday 30 March.

Education survey 2024

Educational inclusion is a complex issue with multiple contributing factors. Some of the key causes include socioeconomic status, race and ethnicity, gender, and special education needs and disability. Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council is working with schools and partners to explore these issues, with a focus on attendance, community partnerships, and communication.

We want to hear from parents, carers, and the schoolchildren themselves to help us to understand their views on the issues impacting on education. The responses we receive will help us to identify good practice and what could be done to support families, establish new ways of working and make better use of resources.

The surveys are:

Each survey should only take a few minutes to complete. All responses will be kept private and will be used only within the Local Authority for the purposes of this review. You will be offered the option to leave contact details if you would like to be involved in more detailed conversations. 

The survey will close on Friday 19 April.

Healthy Streets Consultation

Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council are aiming to make streets and spaces in your area more attractive, safer and welcoming to use, to provide the opportunity for more walking, cycling and spending time outside. To do this we would like to understand how you view and use your local streets. How do you choose to get around your neighbourhood? How do you feel about the street? How does this impact on how you use the street and what changes do you feel could be made to make the streets more attractive and welcoming to use? If you're from one of the two target areas, you can complete a short survey to help us to understand the current issues and how you think your streets can be improved.

Two target areas have been identified as part of the Healthy Streets pilot project: Bedford Street in Newtown and High Newham Road, Hardwick.

Visit the Healthy Streets consultation page

Licensing Applications

View current licensing consultations and representations made.

Consultations by our partners

In this section you can see ongoing consultations conducted by our partners in Stockton-on-Tees, as well as nationally.

Consultation terms and conditions

For consultation data quality management purposes, we reserve the right to remove individual sets of responses from final consultation data sets where it is clear that responses are either duplicated, inappropriate or submitted using false personal details.