Consultation Hub

Welcome to Norfolk County Council's Consultation Finder. This site will help you find and take part in consultations that interest you.

Recently updated consultations are displayed below. Alternatively, search for consultations by keyword, postcode, interest etc.

If you are interested in finding other ways to get involved, why not visit our Your Voice page - this has all kinds of opportunities (surveys, forums and volunteering, for example) offered by the County Council and Your Voice partner organisations across Norfolk.

Featured: Your views on Norfolk Greenways

What is a Greenway? Greenways are traffic free routes for people, plants, and animals. The... More

Closed 17 February 2019

Open Consultations
Wymondham - Various Roads - Prohibition of Waiting: PLA367 (vf 59296)
Aylsham : PR3796 - Vf 60728
Fakenham : PJA046 - Vf 58666
Hellesdon : PLA310 - Vf 60453
Your views on our plans for London Street/Bank Plain area
See All Open Consultations
Closed Consultations
Costessey, West End : PMA352 - Vf 59509
Harling : PR3811 - Vf 60671
Old Buckenham - Puffin Pedestrian Crossing Notice (60719)
Long Stratton, Tasburgh and Saxlingham Nethergate 50mph Speed Limit (57431)
Burston & Shimpling BOAT 36 (Vf 59641)
See All Closed Consultations

We Asked, You Said, We Did

Here are some of the issues we have consulted on and their outcomes. See all outcomes

We Asked

What are your views on the proposed Norfolk Greenways developments creating new sustainable travel routes across Norfolk?

You Said

You would be likely to use the Norfolk Greenways should the project go ahead, are positive aboout the project and are exicited about the opportunity to learn as much about the county’s heritage and wildlife as possible.

We Did

The results are already helping with the improvements work for Weavers’ Way and will be put into the end of year report for the feasibility routes.

We Asked

Your views on our proposal to reduce the number of hours that the searchroom would be open from 41.5 hours a week to between 28 and 30 hours a week and prioritise the work of our staff on digitisation and certificates.

You Said

We received 98 responses to this consultation. Overall, slightly more of those responding to the consultation agreed with the proposal (43) than disagreed (38).

We Did

Our councillors agreed to go ahead with this proposal and the Record Office will widely promote their new hours.

We Asked

Your views on our proposal to iincrease Council Tax.

You Said

We received 157 responses to this consultation, the majority of which (96)  disagreed with our proposal. Many of those against an increase said that earnings were not keeping up with increases in council tax and that they felt that council tax was already expensive. Of those that were supportive (51) the main reason people gave for their agreement was the need to protect services, especially frontline services and adult social care.

We Did

At a meeting on 11 February 2019, members of Norfolk County Council voted to agree a £409 million revenue budget for 2019-20.

The decision means the county council’s share of band D Council Tax bills will rise by 2.99 per cent to £1,362.24 from April 2019.

Examples of increased investment include £6m to address growing demand on adult social services, and £14.5m to tackle pressures on the looked-after children service