Erewash Borough Council Online Consultation Panel
Are you a resident of Erewash and aged 16 or over?
The council has its own panel of residents who have registered to receive links to secure EBC online surveys and welcomes requests to join the panel.
If you live in the borough and would like more information or to join, it only takes a minute to register.
Online panel members can request their data to be deleted at any time by contacting Erewash Borough Council's Community Engagement Officer firstname.lastname@example.org or 0115 907 2244 ext. 3575.
EBC will use this information to produce anonymous aggregated reports from which no individual can be identified. Information may need to be shared with other departments within EBC to ensure that you receive the best possible service. If so, this will be made clear in our privacy notice. EBC will not share your information with third parties for marketing purposes or any other reason unless required to do so by law.
Long Eaton Towns Fund Consultation
The Government has identified Long Eaton as one of 101 towns that could receive up to £25 million as part of a Town Deal.
A Town Deal Board has been created to provide a general oversight role and also develop a vision, with objectives, for Long Eaton. The Board includes representation from a wide range of business and community organisations in the town but wants to hear directly from the community about their views on:
- What does the community currently value about Long Eaton?
- In which sectors or service areas it is felt improvements need to be made?
- How should the vision respond to HS2?
- How should Long Eaton contribute to the needs of Erewash as a whole?
Please help the Town Deal Board by completing this survey before 1155pm Sunday 30 August 2020.
2020 Public Spaces Protection Order Consultation - Survey now Closed.
The council currently has a Designated Public Place Order to help to deal with anti-social behaviour which is caused by alcohol consumption. The current order will expire in October 2020.
The council wants to introduce a new Order (PSPO PDF 120KB) to be able to continue to tackle alcohol consumption in public spaces when the individual is behaving anti-socially. It is likely the Order would cover both Ilkeston and Long Eaton town centres as this is where the majority of incidents occur.
As part of the process to put the new Order in place, local residents and partners were asked about the council's plans via a short survey during July 2020. The survey findings will be included in a report which will be considered at the September 2020 Council Executive meeting.
EBC Tracker Survey - Survey closed.
The survey asks general questions about Erewash Borough Council and the services it provides. These questions are used on a regular (quarterly) basis to allow the council to monitor and compare its performance over time.
Tracker Surveys will again be available for completion during 2020/21 in the following months:
- September 2020
- November/December 2020
- February/March 2021
Local Consultation Plan - Consultation extended until 20 July 2020
A consultation on growth options in Erewash has begun and residents are encouraged to have their say on the council's choice of preferred housing sites.
The local plan consultation on growth options will form part of the council’s Core Strategy and aims to help identify the locations of sufficient land to deliver the housing requirements of the Borough.
The 12-week consultation had been due to close on 20 April 2020 but the council have confirmed it will remain open until 20 July 2020. The survey can be accessed, along with relevant documents, on the 2020 Core Strategy Review page.
EBC Communications Survey 2020
The survey is now closed.
If you would like to know more information about this survey please contact EBC's Communication and Culture Manager email@example.com.
2020-21 Erewash Borough Council Budget Consultation
In common with previous financial years, Erewash Borough Council will have to make significant savings to balance its 2020-21 revenue budget because of further reductions in central government grant funding. The council continues to strive to maintain front line services whilst identifying on-going efficiency savings.
Residents were asked to complete a survey, which closed on 23 January 2020, and identify which services are most and least important to them. The survey findings will be used to help inform the priority-setting agenda for the council.
Independent Remuneration Panel - Review of Members' Allowance Scheme
An Independent Remuneration Panel (IRP) reviews and makes recommendations to the council on the allowances and expenses available to EBC councillors. The IRP undertook a review of the Members' Allowance Scheme and invited residents to submit their views and comments using a short survey which closed on 6 January 2020.
For more information about the survey findings please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, Committee, Scrutiny and Civic Affairs Manager.
Larklands Play Area Improvement Project Survey
Erewash Borough Council would like to improve Larklands Play Area in Ilkeston (situated off Heathfield Avenue) because the existing play equipment needs replacing as it has limited play value.
In order to improve the play equipment, EBC needs to apply for external funding and the application has a greater chance of success if the council can demonstrate it has carried out public consultation and provide evidence showing support for the proposal for a new facility.
The survey was conducted during December 2019 and is now closed.
If you would like to know more about the survey or proposed project please contact email@example.com or write to EBC, Green Space and Street Scene, Merlin House, Ilkeston, DE7 4RA.
Orchid Wood Local Nature Reserve Status Consultation
Erewash Borough Council sought views on its proposal to designate a new Local Nature Reserve at Orchid Wood, Sawley Road, Breaston, DE72 3QF. The council feel the site is an accessible woodland, is easily approachable by road and public footpath and is a valuable open space for the community, visitors and nature conservation.
The survey was conducted during October and November 2019 and is now closed.
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our Local Nature Reserves and Countryside Sites page.
Erewash Leisure Service Community Research 2017
During October 2017 Erewash Borough Councillors voted to start the process of finding a partner for the management of the Borough Council’s Leisure centres. The council remains committed to the provision of high quality leisure facilities for the people of Erewash, having invested heavily in its Sport and leisure Services in recent years.
Options for management of Sports and Leisure Services for the next 10-15 years are being developed to ensure further value for money is achieved. To support this process, Erewash resident’s views were sought to help inform the development of the service specification ahead of requesting the submission of formal tenders to run their sports and leisure facilities.
An online survey was produced and available for completion between 4 December and 29 December 2017 inclusive. Hard copies of the survey were available at Ilkeston and Long Eaton Town Halls. The survey was divided into three sections:
- Current Lifestyle/Pattern of Activity;
- Use of Erewash Borough Council Leisure Centres.
Two addtitional surveys were carried out:
- Existing members of Erewash Borough Council Leisure Services - survey findings (PDF)
- Clubs that use Erewash Borough Council facilities - survey findings (PDF)
Derbyshire County Council
Derbyshire County Council (DCC) is committed to listening and learning from local people and provide important services to residents, visitors, employers and employees in the county and are always looking for ways to improve them.
Finding out what people think of the services DCC provide is essential because it helps the council to work out how to improve them and their commitment to consult ensures this will happen. Consultation is the process of informed communication between DCC and the users of their services prior to the council making a policy decision or determining changes to service delivery.
Details about current DCC consultations carried out in the past and those planned for the future can be found on the Have Your Say section of its website where you can read about the purpose of each consultation, find out who is being consulted and how to get involved.