Closed consultations and surveys

  • #CheltenhamUnmuted

    Heads Up Cheltenham is returning for a year-long campaign to encourage good mental health and wellbeing across the whole town. To kick the campaign off, from Monday 26 April, people who live and work in Cheltenham are being invited to take part in this wellbeing survey. When you answer the questions please do not include any personal details. As well as the #CheltenhamUnmuted survey, there will be a virtual launch event during which both professionals and the public, will... More
    Closed 7 May 2021
  • Minster Exchange and Gardens

    The Minster Exchange and Gardens project is a unique urban regeneration scheme that will enable a variety of activities and initiatives that will deliver positive economic, cultural, societal and environmental impacts for Cheltenham and its community. The Minster Exchange is an innovative modular construction building which will house state of the art workspace for the cyber tech, digital and creative sectors, a Growth Hub to support business development, an event space and cafe.... More
    Closed 4 June 2021
  • Safety of women in the evening and at night-time

    Introduction As bars, clubs, restaurants, theatres and festivals reopen after the pandemic, it is really important that everyone who uses and enjoys Cheltenham's vibrant night-life feels safe. So whilst we know that the vast majority of people who use our town centre in the evening and at night do so safely, there is a concern that women and girls may face a greater risk of harm. More
    Closed 20 August 2021
  • Inspiring Families Survey

    Inspiring Families is a partnership project, working with organisations in Cheltenham that work with and for families. To help us plan for the future, we want to hear from families about the types of activities they are currently involved with and the type of activities you would like to see in the future. The results from the survey will be used to help us think about the activities and projects that will be most beneficial to set up and work... More
    Closed 1 October 2021
  • Wellbeing Wednesday 13th October Employer Registration

    FREE HEALTHY WORKPLACE SESSION FOR EMPLOYERS Wednesday 13 th October 1-2pm Municipal Offices, Promenade, Cheltenham, GL50 9SA Healthy Workplace Session Heads Up Cheltenham with Healthy Lifestyles Gloucestershire are offering you the opportunity to find out more about workplace wellbeing, and how your organisation could join a growing community of local employers to achieve Gloucestershire’s Healthy Workplace Award. ... More
    Closed 11 October 2021
  • Wellbeing Wednesday 20th October Public Registration

    FREE HEALTHY WORKPLACE SESSION FOR THE PUBLIC Wednesday 20th October 1-2pm Municipal Offices, Promenade, Cheltenham, GL50 9SA Healthy Lifestyles Sessions Our physical health can impact our mental health and Heads Up Cheltenham with Healthy Lifestyles Gloucestershire are offering you the opportunity to find out more about the local support available which can help to improve your wellbeing. Our... More
    Closed 18 October 2021
  • Cheltenham Detached Youth Work

    The Cheltenham Detached Youth Work programme started in July 2021, delivered by Inspire to Aspire CIC, who are recognisable in yellow hoodies. The team has been going out on the streets in Charlton Kings, Up Hatherley, Oakley, the Moors and the town centre since the start of the school summer holidays, to meet young people where they are gathering and to build safe adult relationships with them. There is also a reactive team which has been working mainly in St Pauls. We would... More
    Closed 2 November 2021
  • Leckhampton with Warden Hill Neighbourhood Plan

    Thank you for your interest in the future of our area. Your parish council has drafted a Neighbourhood Plan after years of earlier consultation and deliberation. If agreed it will be an important influence on future development here. It sets out our vision for the area and the policies we’d like to see followed by decision-makers, especially when it comes to planning applications. Neighbourhood Plans can contain planning policies and proposals for... More
    Closed 15 November 2021
  • Naunton Park Consultation

    What is happening at Naunton Park ? Following discussions with the Friends of Naunton Park, local ward members and comments from park users, Cheltenham Borough Council are looking to carry out a series of enhancement works at Naunton Park including; • Installation of a new fully accessible, SELF-BINDING GRAVEL PATH (to match the section installed between the car park and play area) around the perimeter of the existing site with new and improved SEATING AREAS - this will create a... More
    Closed 11 December 2021
  • Climate Emergency Staff Group

    The Climate Emergency Staff Group was set up to provide a focus for staff action in response to the Councils declaration of a climate emergency, and its commitment to be a carbon neutral town by 2030. It was envisioned that this be a friendly grouping of staff who are passionate about limiting (and potentially even reversing) the damaging effects of man-made climate change, both in a personal and Borough Council sense. More
    Closed 9 February 2022
  • Partners - Summer of Play Provision Consultation

    This consultation aims to gain each organisations feedback from HAF 2021 and use this to inform the planning for the Summer of Play 2022. Your answers are just to help inform planning, therefore they only have to be rough ideas at this stage. Do not worry if you do not know the answer to a question yet, you are not being tied into anything and are free to change your mind further into the planning process if neccassary. More
    Closed 1 March 2022
  • Climate Change Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) consultation

    In 2019, CBC declared a Climate Emergency and set out to become a carbon neutral council and borough by 2030. To achieve this, a level of leadership is necessitated from the Council in guiding businesses and communities towards the 2030 target. Buildings are responsible for almost half of the UK’s carbon emissions and collective action is needed to reduce the negative environmental impacts from building developments. The existing planning regulations are not in parallel with... More
    Closed 4 April 2022
  • Online Book of Solidarity with Ukraine

    Cheltenham is showing its solidarity with the people of Ukraine, following the Russian invasion. We are inviting members of the public to leave messages of support to the people of Ukraine in this online book of solidarity. More
    Closed 4 April 2022
  • Copy of Partners - Summer of Play Provision Consultation

    This consultation aims to gain each organisations feedback from HAF 2021 and use this to inform the planning for the Summer of Play 2022. Your answers are just to help inform planning, therefore they only have to be rough ideas at this stage. Do not worry if you do not know the answer to a question yet, you are not being tied into anything and are free to change your mind further into the planning process if neccassary. *For details of how your information will be used... More
    Closed 4 April 2022
  • Summer of Play 2022- Children and Young People Consultation 1

    This consultation is completely anonymous. It aims to help us gain an idea of what activities Children and Young people would like to have access too in Summer 2022. To help us plan for the future, we want to hear from families about the types of activities they are currently involved with and the type of activities you would like to see in the future. The results from the survey will be used to help us think about the activities and projects that will be most beneficial to set... More
    Closed 31 May 2022
  • Summer of Play 2022- Children and Young People Consultation

    This consultation is completely anonymous. It aims to help us gain an idea of what activities Children and Young people would like to have access too in Summer 2022. To help us plan for the future, we want to hear from families about the types of activities they are currently involved with and the type of activities you would like to see in the future. The results from the survey will be used to help us think about the activities and projects that will be most beneficial to set... More
    Closed 31 May 2022
  • Community Jubilee Funds

    This year marks the platinum anniversary of Queen's accession to the throne and her 70 years of service to the people of the United Kingdom, the Realms and the Commonwealth. Cheltenham Borough Council has agreed a pot of funding, worth £50,000 to allocate to local good causes that will help the town celebrate and commemorate this very special year. We are now inviting applications for funding to support jubilee-related projects across Cheltenham. We have... More
    Closed 10 June 2022
  • Cheltenham Zero Community Fund

    In 2019, Cheltenham Borough Council declared a climate emergency and a commitment to be a carbon neutral council and borough by 2030. Our roadmap to eliminate the borough carbon footprint includes a climate action fund to help finance the road to zero carbon. In 2022 the borough council has a pot of funding, worth £50,000, to allocate to local community organisations to implement energy efficiency work in the borough. To check you are eligible to apply... More
    Closed 8 July 2022
  • New Member Induction Survey

    As we approach July and the mid-point in the new councillor induction programme, we thought it would be opportune to ask you for your feedback. This will enable us to ascertain if there are any additional training needs or improvements required to the existing offer. This survey should only take you 5-10 minutes. Thank you in advance for your time. More
    Closed 15 July 2022
  • Summer of Play Funday

    Thank you for attending the NCLB Summer of Play Family Funday. Please fill in your family's details to register for the activities. All activities are subject to availability More
    Closed 4 August 2022
  • Mandatory CCTV in licensed vehicles

    The Department for Transport (DfT) published its Statutory Taxi and Private Hire Vehicle Standards in July 2020 with a strong focus to protect all passengers and users of taxis and private hire transport services. The statutory guidance makes it clear that the Government expects the recommendations contained within it to be implemented unless there is a compelling local reason not to. The DfT’s Statutory Taxi and Private Hire Vehicle Standards states that: “All licensing... More
    Closed 5 August 2022
  • Survey of disabled people’s experiences of using licensed taxis in Cheltenham

    Cheltenham Borough Council is responsible for licensing taxis and private hire vehicles in Cheltenham. The authority is also responsible for setting local licensing policies to ensure that licensed vehicles are safe, fit for use and accessible to everybody who needs them. The authority is currently reviewing aspects of its vehicle licensing policy. As part of the review process, the authority wants to hear from people with a range of disabilities to understand their... More
    Closed 12 August 2022
  • Lido Film Festival Registration

    Register for the Lido Film Festival on Friday 19th August to watch Ghostbusters: Afterlife in this stunning poolside cinema experience. 50% Discount code available for those in receipt of free school meals (subject to availability). If you have multiple children eligible for free school meals, please only enter the details of one of them. Children under 16yrs must be accompanied by an adult. The film is rated 12. More
    Closed 19 August 2022
  • What do you feel is the best way for the council to engage with the taxi and private hire trades in Cheltenham?

    A quick survey with members of the taxi trade to see how we could improve our service for you. More
    Closed 24 August 2022
  • Culture strategy - survey for creative practitioners

    A range of partners have come together to form a culture board for Cheltenham – and we have produced a draft strategy that includes a vision about how we can develop and deepen our cultural offer by bringing arts, digital and heritage innovation together to support creative and inclusive communities. This survey has been put together for creative practitioners, so if you work or volunteer creatively as an artist or practitioner in the arts and cultural sector in Cheltenham, we... More
    Closed 31 August 2022
  • Culture Survey for Cheltenham

    A range of partners have come together to form a culture board for Cheltenham – and we have produced a draft strategy that includes a vision about how Cheltenham can really shift gear in our approach to developing and deepening our cultural offer; where bringing arts, digital and heritage innovation together will support creative and inclusive communities where everyone has the chance to thrive. This survey can be completed anonymously, however if you choose to share your... More
    Closed 31 August 2022
  • NCLB Summer of Play Parent Feedback

    Cheltenham Borough Council is the district lead for the Holiday Activity and Food (HAF) programme in Cheltenham - part of our Summer of Play We are working with a partnership of activity and food providers who want to ensure that local children and young people have the best experience when they take part in the HAF programme. More
    Closed 31 August 2022
  • Cheltenham Detached Youth Work - your feedback

    The Cheltenham Detached Youth Work programme started in July 2021, delivered by Inspire to Aspire CIC, who are recognisable in yellow hoodies. The team has been going out on the streets in Charlton Kings, Up Hatherley, St Pauls, the Moors and the town centre over the last 13 months on a weekly basis, to meet young people where they are gathering and to build safe adult relationships with them and to offer signposting to local activities and support. There is also a reactive team which... More
    Closed 28 September 2022
  • 2022 Resident Satisfaction Survey

    Cheltenham Borough Council is seeking the views of its residents on a range of topics to help refresh its Corporate Plan. This survey is your opportunity to provide your opinion on local issues such as your local area, the Council and its services, environmental issues and the development of Cheltenham. Taking part in the survey will take around 12 minutes. Taking part is voluntary, but your feedback is really valuable. More
    Closed 5 October 2022
  • Council tax support scheme consultation 2023-24

    Council tax support is provided to around 6,600 households in Cheltenham at an annual cost of just over £6.6m. This includes working and pension age claimants. Approximately 69% of these households are of working age. The cost of the council tax support scheme is met by this council and the precepting authorities who are the county council and the police. The share of the cost is the same as the share of the council tax. From 1 April 2019, Cheltenham Borough Council introduced... More
    Closed 24 October 2022
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