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We want to listen

Thank you for taking the time to visit our Your Voice Matters web pages, which is the hub for our consultation and engagement activities.

It’s vital we hear people’s views on our services and future proposals to help ensure we provide great value services, which are flexible and appropriate to local needs, and help improve the lives of those who live, work and visit the area.

Consultation and engagement is a key part of our democratic decision-making process and ensures that the voices and opinions of individuals, communities, and stakeholders are considered alongside other aspects when we shape our policies, projects, and other initiatives in North Northants.

Please do provide your feedback, sign up to our Residents’ Panel, and share the links with your friends and family who may be interested in shaping future plans.

Cllr Jason Smithers, Leader of the Council

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Here you can find current open activities, and have your say to shape our future.

We would like to hear your views on services for adults who are Autistic or have Mental Health Needs

North Northamptonshire Council (NNC) are currently recommissioning services in partnership with the Northamptonshire Integrated Care Board (ICB) for adults aged 18 and over. Commissioners are seeking views from local residents, families/carers and professionals in relation to accommodation and support services for individuals with Mental Health Needs and those who are Autistic. We are particularly keen to hear from individuals who are supported within a...

Application under the Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2016, as amended – Northants Concrete Group Ltd, Earls Barton

The company known as Northants Concrete Group Ltd, 9 – 11 Whitehouse Industrial Estate, Earls Barton, Northamptonshire NN6 0HJ has applied to North Northamptonshire Council for a permit to operate an installation for the storing, loading or unloading of cement or cement clinker in bulk prior to further transportation in bulk. Below is a copy of the application: Application form Boundary Map Concrete Batching and Delivery...

Proposed changes to car parking charges at Corby Rail Station

The Council own and manage the public parking at Corby Rail Station. The management and charges are regulated under a Road Traffic Regulation Order. The Order also defines the extent of the parking. The Order and the associated legislation sets out which vehicles may park, the way spaces should be used and the costs of duration of parking. The Order allows the Council to review and vary the charges from time to time. The Council propose to bring public parking charges at...

Public Health services for children, young people and families, and sexual health - have your say

Help shape the future of public health services for children, young people and families, and sexual health in North Northamptonshire. We're launching an important survey to gather your thoughts on proposed changes to some of our public health services, and we need your valuable input. Building on your previous feedback In 2023, we conducted surveys on our services for children, young people and families (0-19 years), and sexual health. Your responses were crucial in shaping...

Public Spaces Protection Order Extension - Corby Town Centre - Consultation 2024

A Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) is a power under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014, that allows a council to impose restrictions in particular areas to tackle nuisance or problem behaviour, within a defined public area. North Northamptonshire Council is seeking your views and evidence on whether the PSPO for Corby Town Centre, which was granted in 2015, and renewed in 2018 and 2021 should be renewed and extended for a further 3 years. ...

Have your say on traffic regulation orders

Here you can find out how to get involved in traffic regulation order (TRO) activities.

Traffic Regulation Orders (TROs)

Traffic Regulation Orders (TROs) are legal documents developed by the Traffic Authority which are required to support a range of different measures, which govern or restrict the use of public roads. These measures include: waiting and loading restrictions (double yellow lines, limited waiting, loading etc.) one-way streets banned turns speed limits weight or width restrictions bus or cycle lanes electric vehicle parking places Further information...

What we have achieved so far

You can see some of the things we have been consulting on over the last year, and how we have used your feedback to make the positive change you wanted to see.

Budget consultation

We have an approved balanced revenue budget for 2024/25.

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All Age Carers Strategy 2024-2029

The draft strategy will be taken to the newly formed Carers Forum for further discussion.

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Public Spaces Protection Order: Rushden Town Centre

Rushden Town Centre now has a new three year PSPO.

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