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We gather the views of our residents, partners and other service users through consultations about a number of issues.

Your views help shape the servics we provide to you.

Below is some information on consultations currently being undertaken by, or involving, Charnwood Borough Council. 

To find out what we have done in the past and the results and outcomes of recent consultations please visit our past consultations page.

Town centre study

WYG has been appointed to undertake a town centre study for Charnwood Borough Council. The study will form part of the evidence for the forthcoming new Charnwood Local Plan, and provide recommendations relating to the health of the centres across the borough, along with providing information about the amount of new shopping space that needs to be planned for up to 2036.

For more information go to our local plan review page.

PSPO consultation to vary existing Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO): Bradgate Park and Swithland Wood

We are seeking views on the proposed variation to the current Public Spaces Protection Oder (PSPO) for Bradgate Park and Swithland Wood. This notice outlines the details of the proposed variation to the PSPO. 

The current PSPO insists that all dogs are kept on leads in areas of the park shown in yellow on the Plan (this is seasonal between Good Friday or April 1 (whichever is sooner) and October 31, between 9am and 10pm.

A full copy of the current PSPO can be seen below:

The proposed variation to the PSPO insists that all dogs are kept on leads in areas of the park shown in yellow on the Plan between 9am and 10pm all year round.

Bradgate Park PSPO variation

Any comments or objections should be sent in writing or by email to the correspondence address below.

Public Spaces Protection Orders Consultation (BP2018), C/O Street Management
Charnwood Borough Council,
Southfield Road,
LE11 2TR 

Alternatively email

Please state the reference number (BP/2018) and the grounds for making them before August 16 2018.

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