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Public Consultations & Surveys

Every year the council undertakes consultation on all sorts of issues from anti-social behaviour to development of strategies affecting the whole borough. Details of current consultations are highlighted below:

 

Current Consultations/Surveys   
Consultation   Description Closing Date
Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Your experience of getting an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) - Parents/Carers Friday 30 November 2018
Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Your experience of getting an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) - Young People Friday 30 November 2018
Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Your experience of contributing to an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) - Professionals Friday 30 November 2018 
Register Office Customer Satisfaction Survey  Have you recently received a service from the Registration Service of St Helens Council? We would like to hear your views. Friday 7 December 2018
Crime & Anti-social Behaviour 2018/19 Survey Your experience and views of crime and anti-social behaviour in your neighbourhood Friday 28 December 2018

 

Statement of Gambling Policy 

The Council is legally obliged to review its Statutory Statement of Gambling Policy every 3 years. 

The existing policy is due for replacement in January 2019 and as such permission has been granted to consult on the revised policy by the Licensing and Environmental Protection Committee. 

The consultation will close on Monday 5 November 2018, you may respond via email to generallicensing@sthelens.gov.uk or by post to;  

Licensing Manager 

Place Services 

Wesley House 

Corporation Street 

St Helens 

WA10 1HF 

Following the consultation the next steps will be; 

Referral following consultation to the Licensing and Environmental Protection Committee on Wednesday 28 November 2018. 

Following this if the policy is considered complete then the Committee will recommend that the finalised document is presented to full council in January 2019 for final approval.  

The link to the associated reports is http://moderngov.sthelens.gov.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?MId=5626&x=1

 

Statement of Licensing Policy 

The Council is legally obliged to review its Statutory Statement of Licensing Policy as a minimum every 5 years. 

The existing policy is due for replacement in January 2019 and as such permission has been granted to consult on the revised policy by the Licensing and Environmental Protection Committee. 

The consultation will close on Monday 5 November 2018, you may respond via email to generallicensing@sthelens.gov.uk or by post to; 

Licensing Manager 

Place Services 

Wesley House 

Corporation Street 

St Helens 

WA10 1HF 

Following the consultation the next steps will be; 

Referral following consultation to the Licensing and Environmental Protection Committee on Wednesday 28 November 2018. 

Following this if the policy is considered complete then the Committee will recommend that the finalised document is presented to full council in January 2019 for final approval.  

The link to the associated reports is http://moderngov.sthelens.gov.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?MId=5626&x=1

 

Cumulative Impact Assessment - Town Centre Ward 

The Council currently has a cumulative impact assessment in place in Westfield Street and Ormskirk Street of the Town Centre. The proposal is to replace the existing assessment with one which covers the whole of the town centre ward. 

The existing assessment is due for review and replacement in January 2019 and as such permission has been granted to consult on the revised assessment by the Licensing and Environmental Protection Committee. 

The consultation will close on Monday 5 November 2018, you may respond via email to generallicensing@sthelens.gov.uk or by post to; 

Licensing Manager 

Place Services 

Wesley House 

Corporation Street 

St Helens 

WA10 1HF 

Following the consultation the next steps will be; 

Referral following consultation to the Licensing and Environmental Protection Committee on Wednesday 28 November 2018. 

Following this if the policy is considered complete then the Committee will recommend that the finalised document is presented to full council in January 2019 for final approval.  

The link to the associated reports is http://moderngov.sthelens.gov.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?MId=5626&x=1

 

For more information about how we consult with residents, download our Consultation Code