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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.

Proposed relocation of Wilby Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School to the Glenvale Park Development (new school), Wellingborough

This formal consultation is about a proposed primary school relocation opportunity to move into a brand-new school building. Following North Northamptonshire Council receiving two completed expressions of interest applications to relocate, the Panel met following a robust interview process and recommended that Wilby CE VA Primary School relocates to the Glenvale Park site. A panel was convened to conduct a robust interview process with the schools who had...

Have your say on support for Unpaid Carers

Are you an upaid carer? A carer is a person of any age who provides unpaid help and support to a relative, partner, friend or neighbour, of any age, who has an illness or long-term condition and cannot manage without the carers help. As an unpaid Carer, your experiences are vital in helping to shape future services for unpaid Carers in North Northamptonshire, and we want to hear your views. If you have any queries, comments or would...

Consultation on North Northamptonshire draft Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Strategy

Road traffic currently accounts for a considerable proportion of North Northamptonshire’s overall greenhouse gas emissions impacting on air quality, health, and the environment. By 2030 there are projected to be 116,000 battery electric vehicles (EVs) registered in North Northamptonshire, so it is vital that there is adequate electric vehicle infrastructure to support this transition and the journey towards net-zero. North Northamptonshire Electric Vehicle...

Tackling violence and improving lives through the Serious Violence Duty

Serious violence affects many communities. The impact can be life changing, whether you are a victim or a witness. Have you been affected by serious violence in the last year? If so, we would like to know about the experience you and your family may have had, as well as the issues affecting your community. Background Legislation called the Serious Violence Duty was introduced in January 2023. The Serious Violence Duty requires organisations...

Draft Sustainable Travel to Education Strategy 2023

What is a Sustainable Travel to Education Strategy? The Education and Inspections Act 2006 requires all Local Authorities to produce an annual Sustainable Mode of Travel to School Strategy (SMOTS) and for these strategies to be produced and published by mid-September. The legacy strategy is the 2015 Northamptonshire SMOTS. In preparing a SMOTS, the Act sets out that the strategy should be formed from an assessment of the travel and transport needs of...

Polling District and Polling Place Review

North Northamptonshire Council is conducting a statutory review of all polling districts and polling places that are used across North Northamptonshire. Polling Stations fall outside of the scope of this mandatory review, however the council is taking this opportunity to review all polling stations in order to ensure good accessibility for all electors. A polling district is the geographical area created by the sub-division of a parliamentary...

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.

Electric Vehicle (EV) chargepoints

After your positive feedback, we have now begun to install EV charge points over 21 sites in 7 towns.

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Corby Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan

We are including additional secondary and future walking and cycling routes in Corby in our Local Walking and Cycling Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP).

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Wellingborough alley gating scheme

Following on from your feedback, we are installing alley gates on Queensway to help tackle theft, robbery and burglary.

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