Have your say
It’s time to give your views on the proposed hard federation between Western Primary School and Scartho Nursery School. This is where a single Governing Body is appointed to run both schools. The document below gives more detail about the proposal.
The consultation closes on Friday 13 September 2019.
We are also holding drop-in sessions where you can find out more and let us know what you think.
- Friday 5 July – Western Primary School – 9:30am to 11:30am
- Thursday 5 September – Scartho Nursery School – 3:30pm to 5:30pm
Written feedback can be handed in to either school or emailed to Nathaniel.Heath@Nelincs.gov.uk
We would like your views on the level of council tax support offered to households and how the system operates.
Since 2013 we’ve needed to decide our own council tax support schemes. Currently we provide financial support towards the cost of council tax bills for low income working age households and pension households. The scheme must be affordable to the council and must not impact on the delivery of key frontline services. The term working age is referring to those households that are under 65 years of age and do not receive any state pension.
If you need to speak to someone to give your views, ask any questions or need a paper copy of the survey posting to you, please ring the Council Tax team on 03003030164 or send an email to email@example.com.
Have your say here.
This consultation closes on October 18th 2019.
Purpose of the document
This draft document should support future development of the Stallingborough strategic employment site.
We want to know whether you agree or disagree with any of the content and hear how you think the document could be made better or clearer.
This consultation closes on Friday 4 October 2019 at 5pm.
With over 4,500 people found to be sleeping rough across the UK according to Government figures released in October last year, it’s easy to see why Council’s need a homelessness strategy.
And now, you can have your say on it – https://homelessness2019.questionpro.eu
The strategy sets out the local picture on homelessness – how people become homeless in our area, what they can do to prevent becoming homeless, and what support the Council and partner organisations can offer to get people back on their feet.
The consultation is asking for people’s views on what the aims and priorities of the Council’s homelessness strategy should be. People will also be asked about whether they find the strategy informative and easy to read. Find the strategy here – Homelessness and Rough Sleeping Strategy 2019
The results will help the Council to update the strategy and the way they tackle homelessness in the future.
This consultation closes on Sunday 13 October 2019.