We gather the views of our residents, partners and other service users through consultations about a number of issues.
Your views help shape the services 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.
Notice to extend Public Spaces Protection Order - Bradgate Park and Swithland Wood
Bradgate Park and Swithland Woods introduced a Public Spaces Protection Order for dog Control in February 2017 to apply conditions about dog control on the estate. You can find out more about the consultation on the past consultations webpage.
At the closure of the formal consultation period, we reviewed all comments/objections and made the decision to propose an extension to the order.
The PSPO will continue to address anti-social behaviour issues relating to dog control across the estate of Bradgate Park and Swithland Wood. The majority of dog owners are responsible and display effective dog control but there are some occasions where additional controls are necessary for clarity to ensure all people in controls of dogs are acting responsibly.
Any representation or objection to the variation to the PSPO outlined in this notice must be in writing addressed to:
Public Spaces Protection Orders Consultation (BP2020), C/O Street Management
Charnwood Borough Council
Stating the reference number to which they relate and the grounds for making them before Thursday January 16, 2020.
The full notice can be read below:
- Notice to extend Public Spaces Protection Order - Bradgate Park and Swithland Wood (PDF Document, 0.16 Mb)
Rogue landlords consultation
The Council wish to obtain further intelligence on the housing stock, tenants and the owners of properties and are undertaking research to identify Rogue Landlords across the borough and take the appropriate action.
BMG Research has been commissioned by Charnwood Borough Council to carry out face-to-face interviews with residents. BMG Research Interviewers will be carrying an identity card with a photograph; please ensure you check the identity card if they knock on your door.
The responses you give will be linked to your details and passed back to Charnwood Borough Council. You will not be contacted further about the answers you give, unless you give your permission to do so. BMG Research will ensure all information is handled and stored securely.
If you have any questions or concerns about the survey, you can contact the BMG Research Helpline on 0800 358 0337. This number is free from landlines, although mobiles may be charged. Alternatively, you can call BMG Research on 0121 3336006 and ask to be put through to Jordan Harrold.
Last updated: Thu 19th December, 2019 @ 09:19