Consultations in East Sussex

Find and participate in consultations in East Sussex. Your responses will help us make decisions on planning, delivering and evaluating services.  

Consultations are listed below or you can search by keyword, postcode, or subject.

If you would like information on any of our consultations in another format, including paper copies, please contact the person named on the individual consultations.

If you need results from consultations carried out before April 2013 you can contact us.

For more ways to get involved visit our have your say page.

We Asked, You Said, We Did

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

We Asked

For views on the proposed admission arrangements to Community and Controlled Schools for the 2018/19 school year. The main changes were

  • To extend the definition of ‘looked after children’ in priority 1 of the admissions criteria;
  • To change the Eastbourne primary community area due to the  of the home to school distance tie-break from shortest walking route to straight line;

Views were also soughton the Proposed AdmissionNumbers and co-ordinated admission schemes.

You Said

8 people completed the survey.

87.5% of respondents were in favour of the change to the definition of ‘looked after children’ in the admissions criteria.

75% of respondents were in favour of the change to the Eastbourne primary community area.

A full breakdown of responses can be found in the Lead Member report. (item 29 - appendix 6)

We Did

The changes were agreed and will come into force for September 2018 onwards.

We Asked

We asked what you thought about our plan to change the way we provide residential and day services in the Crowborough area.

You Said

Most people are very positive about our plans. Some people are worried about things changing. People had lots of ideas for how we could help them to prepare (see results section above).

We Did

We will work closely with people and their relatives and carers to get used to the changes. We will use your ideas to help people prepare. We will also involve everyone in the improvement work at Hookstead.

We Asked

We asked what you thought about our plan to make changes to the day services in the Hastings and Rother area.

You Said

There were mixed views on our plans – a third agreed; a third were unsure; and a third disagreed. People said if they did go ahead that they would need lots of support to get used to the changes. They also wanted to be involved in the refurbishment process. There were lots of suggestions for how we help people to prepare for the changes (see results section above).

We Did

We will work closely with people and their carers to get used to the changes. We will use your ideas to help people prepare. We will also involve everyone in the improvement work at Beeching Park and the Working Wonders building.