Help shape the future of Arlen Hill

Every year, Arlen Hill Council has to make decisions that affect the community. That's why we want your input. Find all the opportunities to get involved here – and let us know your thoughts.

Open Consultations

  • The Sheffield Plan: Our City, Our Future - Citywide Options for Growth to 2034 (November 2015)

    This is an example consultation for demonstration purposes only. This site is operated by Delib Ltd and submitted responses will be discarded. We are now seeking comments on The Sheffield Plan: Our City, Our Future - Citywide Options for Growth to 2034. This consultation is open to... More

    Closes 1 December 2022

  • Bristol Temple Quarter Spatial Framework

    This is an example consultation for demonstration purposes only. This site is operated by Delib Ltd and submitted responses will be discarded. We are consulting on the Temple Quarter Spatial Framework. This sets out how the Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone could become a thriving new city... More

    Closes 1 December 2022

  • Smokefree Homes Quiz

    This is an example consultation for demonstration purposes only. This site is operated by Delib Ltd and submitted responses will be discarded. The Smokefree Homes quiz was originally designed and implemented by both the Public Health and the Research and Intelligence Teams at Surrey County... More

    Closes 1 December 2022

  • Housing Standards response publishing survey

    We are seeking your views on standards for housing in the borough and where improvements can be made More

    Closes 1 December 2022

  • Making Arlen Hill safer

    We want to make Arlen Hill the safest and most welcoming place to live in the country. We'd welcome your views on how we're doing and what more we can do to make this happen. More

    Closes 1 December 2022

Forthcoming Consultations

  • Edinburgh Health and Social Care Partnership Draft Strategic Plan

    This is an example consultation for demonstration purposes only. This site is operated by Delib Ltd and submitted responses will be discarded. We are keen to hear from you on this first draft strategic plan, setting out the priorities we believe we need to pursue if we are to... More

    Opens 8 July 2030

  • Have your say on a new East-West cycle route through Hyde Park

    This is an example consultation for demonstration purposes only. This site is operated by Delib Ltd and submitted responses will be discarded. This page contains a summary of our proposals. The East-West route is proposed to run through Hyde Park as it provides an attractive route... More

    Opens 2 September 2030

Closed Consultations

  • Healthy and Active Children Strategy

    This is an example consultation for demonstration purposes only. This site is operated by Delib Ltd and submitted responses will be discarded. The Healthy Child Programme is the main universal health service for improving the health and wellbeing of children and young people... More

    Closed 1 January 2019

  • Private Rented Sector Licensing 2016: residents, tenants and businesses in Brent - chapter based consultation

    Much of the private rented sector in Brent is well run and in good condition. However, there are parts of the sector that are poorly managed and do not meet the needs of tenants. We want a better private rented sector in Brent and we believe this can be achieved by a system of licensing. We think... More

    Closed 16 December 2016

We Asked, You Said, We Did

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

We asked

We asked you for your thoughts and comments on the proposed Healthy and Active Children Strategy for Arlen Hill.

You said

We received nearly 500 responses from a broad range of service users, stakeholders and private citizens.

The main points of feedback were:

  1. The questions in this consultation could have been better structured to elecit the kind of feedback that you felt was necessary.
  2. Staff may find it difficult to work with a broad age range of children. You felt developmental specialists would be preferable.
  3. Schedule in some weekend and evening clinics to support those parents working full time.

We did

  1. Following the consultation we ran a facilitated focus group and invited those participants who said they wanted to say more to ensure they were represented in the service specification.
  2. We clarified that we would not expect all Healthy Child Programme staff to be working across the whole age range as a matter our course, and that each member of staff would work across the age group most suited to their skills.
  3. We have included in the service specification that the provider should provide services available at locations and times that suit the service user.