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  • Setting the budget for 2013/14

    One of the key proposals for this year is the County Council should, for the third year running, freeze its share of Council Tax to help contain costs for residents. Every one per cent raised by the County Council from Council Tax would generate £3.4m in income. The Council proposes a... More
    Closed 6 years ago
  • Consultation of proposed changes to the English Language Support Service (ELSS)

    Norfolk County Council is proposing to change the way that the English Language Support Services operates. We want to make changes to the service to ensure that all children and young people who have English as an additional language are supported to do well at school, and to make sure that... More
    Closed 6 years ago
  • Consultation on proposed changes to services for the Gypsy Roma Traveller community

    Norfolk County Council is proposing to make changes to the services we provide to the Gypsy Roma Traveller community, including the support we provide to children and young people at school. We want to make changes to ensure that all children and young people from the Gypsy Roma Traveller... More
    Closed 6 years ago
  • Community Mental Health Support Services Consultation

    Norfolk County Council, in partnership with health and district councils, funds housing related floating support services to support adults with mental health needs in Norfolk to live independently in their own homes. Floating support services are services which are provided to the person... More
    Closed 5 years ago
  • Improving School Nursing Services

    Norfolk County Council has new responsibilities for making sure that children and young people aged 5-19 are healthy. This includes responsibility for the School Nursing Service. We want to make sure that the School Nursing Service is working well. We are keen... More
    Closed 5 years ago
  • Improving Contraception and Sexual Health Services

    Good sexual health is important for people of all ages. Norfolk County Council wants to make sure that sexual health services are accessible and work well. This survey is an opportunity for Norfolk residents to tell us where they would like contraception and sexual health services to be... More
    Closed 5 years ago
  • Your Norfolk Magazine

    Your Norfolk is our magazine for Norfolk residents. It is delivered to more than 395,000 households across the county. We want to make some changes to the design and layout of the magazine. We have developed some new designs and we are keen to know what you think about them. Please click on the... More
    Closed 5 years ago
  • Your Voice Member Survey 2013

    Your Voice is a membership scheme for Norfolk residents who want to share their views and experiences of public services. This survey is for members of Your Voice to tell us what they think of the scheme. If you are not a member, please visit www.norfolk.yourvoice.co.uk to find out more and to... More
    Closed 5 years ago
  • The future of former RAF Coltishall – Development Vision

    Norfolk County Council took ownership of the former RAF Coltishall site after buying it from the Ministry of Justice in January 2013. The site represents a major economic asset with a variety of possible uses, and with significant potential to benefit the local and wider economy of Norfolk. After... More
    Closed 5 years ago
  • Norfolk Permit Scheme for Road Works and Street Works

    Any activity undertaken in a street has the potential to cause disruption. They can reduce the width of the street available to traffic, pedestrians and other users, and can also inconvenience businesses and local residents. Under the Traffic Management Act 2004 Part 3 a Highway Authority can... More
    Closed 5 years ago
  • Norfolk Putting People First Budget Consultation for 2014-17

    Norfolk County Council predicted an estimated funding shortfall of at least £189 million over the next three years unless it actedto change things. This was because if things continued as they had, the combination of increasing council costs, increased demand for services, inflation and a... More
    Closed 5 years ago
  • Integrated Risk Management Plan 2014/17

    Norfolk Fire aned Rescue Authority have published their draft Integrated Risk Management Plan for 2014/17 and is now consulting on it. The Integrated Risk Management Plan (IRMP) process is a complete review of fire and rescue provision in Norfolk. We have analysed the most significant risks to... More
    Closed 5 years ago
  • Proposed changes to primary phase education in Wymondham

    There will continue to be significant housing growth in Wymondham over the next ten years. As a result there will not be enough school places in the local area. Norfolk County Council is proposing to change Ashleigh Infant and Nursery School, Browick Road Infant School and Robert Kett Junior... More
    Closed 5 years ago
  • Proposed closure of Eccles, Hargham and Wilby Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School

    The governing body at Eccles, Hargham and Wilby CE VA Primary School has raised concerns about the future sustainability and financial viability of the school. The school has 9 places available in each year group, but is regularly undersubscribed. This January, there are 27 pupils on roll, of... More
    Closed 5 years ago
  • Sidestrand

    What is the project? To build additional Primary and Secondary phase ASD units for up to 12 learners with high functioning autism/social communication disorder To build new 6 th Form provision for up to 40 learners. This will start with 16 places in the 2014/15 academic year, a... More
    Closed 4 years ago
  • Proposed closure of The King George VI School, Great Bircham

    The governing body at The King George VI School, Great Bircham has raised concerns about the future sustainability and financial viability of the school. The school has 7 places available in each year group, but is regularly undersubscribed. In September 2013, there were 14 pupils on roll,... More
    Closed 4 years ago
  • Proposed changes to primary phase schools in North Thetford

    Some exciting changes are planned for the Thetford North triangle of primary phase schools! We are planning that: From September 2016, Drake Infant School will grow year by year to become a primary school (Reception through to Year 6) with 60 places in each year group In September... More
    Closed 4 years ago
  • Proposed changes to primary phase schools in Great Yarmouth

    We have been talking with governors and headteachers in Great Yarmouth about a new way of organising these schools: Alderman Swindell Infant Northgate Infant St George’s Infant North Denes Junior St Nicolas Priory CE VA Junior Gt Yarmouth Primary... More
    Closed 4 years ago
  • Non-Emergency Patient Transport Service

    The Patient Transport Service is for patients who are unable to get to their appointments because they have a medical need for special transport. A new company will be providing this service in the future. They are called ERS Medical. We want to make sure that people know about this service... More
    Closed 4 years ago
  • Early Education Funding

    Norfolk County Council is considering changes to the way it funds nurseries, childminders and other providers of early education. We want to: Simplify the formula that we use, by reducing the range of rates we pay to different providers. Target our funding to children living in... More
    Closed 4 years ago
  • Consultation on a proposal to relocate and expand Chapel Road Complex Needs School from Attleborough to Old Buckenham

    Background Chapel Road Complex Needs School is currently based in Attleborough and provides 60 places for children and young people aged 3 to 19. It has been consistently judged outstanding by Ofsted. The school buildings are in need of modernisation and a larger site is required to... More
    Closed 4 years ago
  • Budget and Services 2015-2018

    Last year through our Putting People First strategy, we asked for your views on our proposals to save £189 million over three years from 2014/17. As a result of that consultation, we have already agreed £40m of savings for 2015/16. But our latest forecast means we have to find a further... More
    Closed 4 years ago
  • Norfolk's Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment

    Since April 2013 every Health and Wellbeing Board in England has been responsible for publishing and updating a statement of the need for pharmaceutical services in its area. This is known as a Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment, or PNA for short. The aim of the assessment is to set out the... More
    Closed 4 years ago
  • Your Voice Member Survey 2014

    Your Voice is a membership scheme for Norfolk residents who want to share their views and experiences of public services. This survey is for members of Your Voice to tell us what they think of the scheme. If you are not a member, please visit www.norfolk.gov.uk/yourvoice to find out more and to... More
    Closed 4 years ago
  • Norfolk Information, Advice and Advocacy Review Survey 2014/15

    The Norfolk County Council and NHS Integtrated Commissioing Team is seeking views from all stakeholders concerning local provision for Information, Advice and Advocacy (IAA) for adults. More
    Closed 4 years ago
  • Silica Sand Review of the Minerals Site Specific Allocations Plan

    Norfolk County Council has to produce and maintain a Minerals Plan. It sets out how much mineral extraction is needed and it is used when we are considering planning applications. The Minerals Plan covers the whole of Norfolk. This consultation is about the extraction of silica sand, which is... More
    Closed 4 years ago
  • Consultation on parking in your area - Sheringham and Cromer

    Since the introduction of Civil Parking Enforcement in the County in November 2011, the control, oversight and enforcement of parking in the towns of Sheringham and Cromer has been carried out by The Borough Council of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk on behalf of Norfolk County Council. More
    Closed 4 years ago
  • Mileham Primary School and Litcham School : Amalgamation into a single all-through school for pupils aged 4 - 16 from September 2015

    In September 2014 when the Headteacher of Mileham Primary School left his post, Mileham and Litcham Schools entered into a temporary partnerhsip for one year, whilst the options for the future of Mileham Primary School were assessed. This partnership has been successful and the Litcham Governors... More
    Closed 4 years ago
  • Draft Local Flood Risk Management Strategy

    The Local Flood Risk Management Strategy aims to inform all groups and individuals who may have an interest in, or an ability to influence or manage flood risks, including householders, businesses, landowners, developers and risk authorities. We are now consulting on our draft strategy and... More
    Closed 3 years ago
  • Consultation on proposed changes to Golden Ball Street and Westlegate

    Transport for Norwich is our strategy for promoting sustainable transport in the city. We want to reduce through traffic across the city and remove general traffic from the main shopping streets, whilst at the same time making it easier for pedestrians and cyclists to get around. We want to make... More
    Closed 3 years ago
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