Closed Consultations

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  • East Sussex, South Downs and Brighton & Hove Waste and Minerals Local Plan Review - Call for Evidence and Sites

    East Sussex County Council, the South Downs National Park and Brighton & Hove City Council are undertaking a review of the East Sussex, South Downs and Brighton & Hove Waste and Minerals Local Plan. This explanatory note sets out the proposed scope of the review. The Authorities are seeking submissions of evidence on the scope of the review, and for proposals for minerals infrastructure and minerals sites to be considered for inclusion within the Waste and Minerals Local Plan. More
    Closed 20 November 2017
  • East Sussex Statement of Community Involvement 2017 Consultation

    East Sussex County Council, as a local planning authority is required by section 18 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 to prepare a Statement of Community Involvement (SCI). This draft Statement of Community Involvement sets out the Council's policy in relation to public engagement in the preparation and review of planning documents and determination of planning applications. The first SCI was adopted in 2006, followed by a revised version in 2013.This document is the draft... More
    Closed 20 November 2017
  • East Sussex Libraries Consultation - The Way Forward

    Why are we consulting? In this libraries consultation we are asking for your views on our draft Strategy for East Sussex libraries over the next five years. The draft Strategy sets out our proposed approach to provide a modern, sustainable Library and Information Service for the future, recognising the financial constraints which East Sussex County Council faces and also the changes in the way that people are using libraries. Our draft Strategy presents proposals for a... More
    Closed 14 December 2017
  • Eastbourne Town Centre Improvement Scheme (ETCIS) Proposed Traffic Regulation Orders

    Your views about our proposals To enable the ETCIS to be implemented several changes are required to the Traffic Regulation Orders within the scheme extent. We would like to hear your views on these proposals. Detailed documents showing the proposed changes can be found at the bottom of this page these include the draft orders and plans showing the affected roads. Also information regarding the proposed bus stand clearways can be found. Please take the time to fill in the... More
    Closed 15 December 2017
  • Eastbourne Parking Review 2017-18 - formal consultation

    We receive many requests for new or changes to existing parking and waiting restrictions in Eastbourne. To manage these and make effective use of our budgets we have a priority ranking system. All requests are considered and locations given the highest priority are progressed as part of our regular reviews. We have previously carried out informal consultations and based on the feedback received, we are now formally advertising changes to parking controls. More
    Closed 22 December 2017
  • Seaford - Resident Parking Scheme 2017 - informal consultation

    We have received a number of requests and petition to introduce a permit parking scheme in your area. There have been numerous complaints about parking difficulties caused by local workers, businesses, and other visitors leaving their vehicles parked all day. We are therefore proposing a resident only permit parking scheme which will operate on Monday to Saturday between 8am and 6pm. Although any member of public can park outside these times, the proposal will prevent all day parking by... More
    Closed 22 December 2017
  • Neill's Close - Resident Parking Scheme 2017 - informal consultation

    Earlier this year we received a petition requesting the introduction of a resident only permit parking scheme in Neill’s Close. This was because of parking difficulties caused by local workers, businesses, and other visitors leaving their vehicles parked all day. The proposed resident only permit parking scheme will operate on Monday to Saturday between 8am and 6pm. Although any member of public can park outside these times, the proposal will prevent all day parking by non-permit... More
    Closed 22 December 2017
  • Lewes Parking Review 2017-18 - informal consultation

    We receive many requests for new or changes to existing parking and waiting restrictions in Lewes town and district. To manage these and make effective use of our budgets we have a priority ranking system. All requests are considered and locations given the highest priority are progressed as part of our regular reviews. The proposals for this review are shown in the drawings in the 'Related documents' section at the bottom of this page. Please take the time to look at these carefully and... More
    Closed 22 December 2017
  • Have your say on the admission arrangements for 2019-20

    This consultation outlines the proposed admissions arrangements for community and voluntary controlled schools from September 2019. It also sets out the proposed schemes for co-ordination for the normal years of entry. There are no changes to the admissions criteria. Parkland infant and junior academies and Shinewater primary academy wish to adopt the local authority's criteria. We are proposing three changes to community areas; two in respect of primary schools, and one... More
    Closed 26 January 2018
  • Eastbourne (Devonshire theatre area) Parking Review - informal consultation

    As part of the ongoing Devonshire Park Development we are proposing new and changes to existing parking controls in this area. The development will result in some changes to the road layout and parking availability nearby. The proposed parking scheme will operate from Monday to Saturday between 8am and 6pm. We are considering the introduction of pay and display bays, permit bays and shared parking bays to this area. The shared parking bays will be available to permit holders without a... More
    Closed 2 February 2018
  • micro:bits for loan feedback

    The BBC micro:bit is a mini computer that you can code, customise and control to bring your digital ideas, games and apps to life. With Bluetooth functionality it’s designed to be quick and easy to get started – simple coding projects like lighting up its LEDs can be managed in moments with no prior knowledge of coding. The Micro:bit Foundation is supporting East Sussex libraries by providing us with micro:bits to loan in our libraries. By making these fun little devices freely... More
    Closed 28 February 2018
  • East Sussex School Term and Holiday Dates 2019/2020

    East Sussex County Council is consulting on school term and holiday date patterns for the academic year 2019/20 and we would like to know your views on the proposed dates. These are summarised below and set out in the document attached. More
    Closed 18 March 2018
  • Have your say on a proposal to reduce the Published Admission Number (intake) at Ninfield CE Primary School

    We would like to hear your views on a proposal to reduce the admission number at Ninfield CE Primary School for the 2019 – 20 school year. We recommend that you read the letter sent to parents of children at Ninfield CEP School in the 'related documents' for the full details. More
    Closed 21 March 2018
  • Hastings Parking Review 2017-18 - informal consultation

    We receive many requests for new or changes to existing parking and waiting restrictions in the borough of Hastings. To manage these and make effective use of our budgets we have a priority ranking system. All requests are considered and locations given the highest priority are progressed as part of our regular reviews. The proposals for this review are shown in the drawings in the 'Related documents' section at the bottom of this page. Please take the time to look at these carefully and... More
    Closed 23 March 2018
  • Traffic Sensitive Streets

    Under Section 64 of the New Roads and Street Works Act 1991 (NRWSA) a Highway Authority may designate certain streets (or parts of streets) as Traffic Sensitive. This allows heavily trafficked roads to be identified as requiring Works Promoters (such as utility companies) to give greater advanced warning of proposed works or activities. Although the Highway Authority cannot prevent works happening on these streets, it has greater control over times and duration of works. More
    Closed 23 March 2018
  • East Sussex Clerking Consultation (Clerks)

    The Department for Education recognises the value of professional quality clerking to governing boards in maintained schools, academies and multi-academy trusts. As anyone who has experienced professional clerking will testify, it provides an invaluable contribution to the efficiency, effectiveness, productivity and compliance of the governing board. A professional clerk works in partnership with the chair to keep the board focused on its core strategic priorities, provides independent and... More
    Closed 25 March 2018
  • Place Planning for pupils with Special Educational Needs (SEN)

    East Sussex County Council, as the local authority, has a statutory duty to ensure there is sufficient capacity to meet present and future demand for early years, primary, secondary and special school places. Pressures on places for pupils with Special Educational Needs (SEN), including those with Education Health Care Plans (EHCPs), have been met over the last ten years by using existing accommodation within special schools and through some small scale projects to put in place specialist... More
    Closed 30 March 2018
  • East Sussex, South Downs and Brighton & Hove Waste and Minerals Local Plan Review: Sustainability Appraisal Scoping Report Consultation

    East Sussex County Council, Brighton & Hove City Council and the South Downs National Park Authority (the Authorities) have responsibility for planning for the future management of waste and the production of minerals within their administrative areas. The three Authorities work in partnership to prepare and monitor the Waste and Minerals Local Plan for the area of East Sussex and Brighton & Hove and part of the South Downs National Park. At this time, the Authorities are undertaking a... More
    Closed 17 April 2018
  • Have your say on the savings proposals for Adult Social Care services

    The Council agreed its budget for 2018/19 at its meeting on 6 February. It will see the Council make savings of £17 million. This includes a budget reduction for Adult Social Care and Health of nearly £10 million. We asked for people’s views on how we were proposing to make the nearly £10 million in savings. What people told us helped us to understand the impact and risks associated with our proposals. Summary of our savings proposals (reference only) The... More
    Closed 25 April 2018
  • Household Waste Recycling Sites – Have Your Say

    We’re asking for your views on proposals for changes to our Household Waste Recycling Sites. As part of our 30 year contract with Veolia, we’ve built facilities to deal with your recycling and garden waste and to recover energy from what goes into your bin. We want to keep waste to a minimum and get as much useful material as possible out of the dustbin and reused or recycled. We also provide places for you to take your waste and recycling. In 2016/17, East Sussex residents... More
    Closed 15 May 2018
  • Polegate Parking Review - Formal Consultation

    A number of safety concerns relating to parking have been raised at various roads in Polegate. We have carried out a number of investigations and initial consultations have been conducted. Based on the feedback received, we are now formally advertising changes to parking controls. More
    Closed 21 May 2018
  • Eastbourne (Devonshire theatre area) Parking Review - formal consultation

    In January we carried out initial consultation about proposed changes to parking, waiting and loading restrictions in the Devonshire theatre area. The changes are being proposed as part of the ongoing Devonshire Park Development. We have previously carried out informal consultations and based on the feedback received, we are now formally advertising changes to parking controls. More
    Closed 25 May 2018
  • Lewes Parking Review 2017-18 - formal consultation

    We receive many requests for new or changes to existing parking and waiting restrictions in Lewes town and district. To manage these and make effective use of our budgets we have a priority ranking system. All requests are considered and locations given the highest priority are progressed as part of our regular reviews. We have previously carried out informal consultations and based on the feedback received, we are now formally advertising changes to parking controls. If you do or do... More
    Closed 25 May 2018
  • Have your say on the savings proposals for day services review (updated information)

    On 26 June East Sussex County Council’s Cabinet will meet to discuss the savings proposals for Adult Social Care, amongst others. Cabinet will also be making a decision on how to allocate the £1.6 million one-off funding we were allocated by Government in March. Despite the ongoing challenges we face, the Council remains committed to supporting and protecting vulnerable people and delivering the best services possible. As a department, Adult Social Care and Health has to find a way to... More
    Closed 28 May 2018
  • Have your say on the savings proposals for the HIV Support Service

    On 26 June East Sussex County Council’s Cabinet will meet to discuss the savings proposals for Adult Social Care, amongst others. Cabinet will also be making a decision on how to allocate the £1.6 million one-off funding we were allocated by Government in March. Despite the ongoing challenges we face, the Council remains committed to supporting and protecting vulnerable people and delivering the best services possible. As a department, Adult Social Care and Health has to find a way to... More
    Closed 28 May 2018
  • After school clubs and holiday play schemes for disabled children and young people

    East Sussex County Council (ESCC) has worked with the East Sussex Parent and Carer Council to develop this survey, in order to seek views on improvements to the current provision of after school clubs and holiday play schemes for disabled children. Review of After School Clubs and Holiday Play Schemes ESCC currently runs some high quality after school and holiday play schemes for 5-19 year old children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND). We want to... More
    Closed 30 May 2018
  • Post 16 Transport Statement 2018-2019

    Each year local authorities are required to consult young people of sixth form age and their parents as well as other stakeholders on the Post 16 Transport Statement before it is finalised. More
    Closed 31 May 2018
  • Hailsham Parking Review (Gleneagles Drive Area) - Formal Consultation

    A number of safety concerns relating to parking have been raised along Gleneagles Drive, with the main concerns relating to the lower section of Gleneagles Drive around the build-outs and including side roads. Safety concerns relating to parking have also been raised about the area of Gleneagles Drive close to Grovelands Community Primary School, located in Dunbar Drive. We have carried out a number of investigations and initial consultations have been conducted. Based on the feedback... More
    Closed 5 June 2018
  • Change of age range at Langney Primary School

    Langney Primary School currently offers early years provision for children aged 3-5. The governing body of the school wishes to lower the school’s age range from 3-11 to 2-11 to enable funded two year olds to access the nursery provision within the school. The aim of the proposal is to ensure that the nursery continues to offer high quality early education delivered by experienced and well-trained staff across the Early Years Foundation Stage. This will build on the work already done... More
    Closed 7 June 2018
  • Change of age range at Ditchling (St Margaret’s) CE Primary School

    The governing body of Ditchling (St Margaret’s) CE Primary School wishes to lower the school’s age range from 4-11 to 2-11 to provide nursery provision from the school site. The aim of the proposal is to integrate, fully, nursery provision into the Early Years Foundation Stage within the school. The governing body wishes to ensure an offer of high quality early education delivered by experienced and well-trained staff across the Early Years Foundation Stage. This will build on the... More
    Closed 7 June 2018
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