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.

We Asked, You Said, We Did

Below are some of the issues we have recently consulted on and their outcomes.

Your Voice Member Survey 2015

We Asked:

Your Voice members: What do you think of Your Voice and how can we make it better?

You Said:

It would be great to get more feedback about the results of the surveys you've completed, the projects you've been involved in and the impact you've had.

You'd like to be asked about a broader range of topics and have the opportunity to discuss issues face-to-face.

We Did:

We've started to use the 'We asked, you said, we did' part of our website to give you feedback at a glance. We're also going to send our online and postal members more detailed and regular feedback. We'll highlight where our findings have been presented to councillors and other decision makers.

We'll continue to send you surveys and other opportunities about topics where you can influence decisions about public services, as well as explore arranging more meetings and events for you to share your views directly with decision-makers.

Re-imagining Norfolk Libraries

We Asked:

How could libraries be used by communities in the future?

You Said:

For events and activities, supporting literacy, running community services, providing access to high speed internet, supporting lifelong learning, job seeking and health and well being.

We Did:

Library managers have looked at all the suggestions made in individual libaries and are making changes to improve services

Docking Recycling Centre consultation

We Asked:

What do you think about our proposal to close Docking Recycling Centre and save us around £70,000 per year.

You Said:
You didn't want Docking Recycling Centre to close as you were concerned about an increase in fly-tipping, travel time and cost to another site, loss of a valuable service and increase pollution.
We Did:

We closed Docking Recycling Centre closed on 1 January 2016.  However Members have since agreed to reopen the site and Full Council were able to agree this at their meeting on 22 February 2016. The site is due to reopen on 1 May 2016.

During the consultation process, we ask for your feedback, you tell us and then we make positive changes. Public participation is key to our work. See what happens with We Asked, You Said, We Did.