Ouseburn Ward will be holding an annual event to agree their local priorities. We would like your help. Click on 'show more' to take part.
Welcome to our residents survey for ‘Ouseburn Ward’ priorities.
Ouseburn Ward will be holding an annual event to agree their local priorities. In consultation with local residents, groups and agencies, this meeting will help identify priorities and ways in which they might be delivered. Details of the ward event and neighbourhood mini events can be found at the end of this survey and at http://ouseburn.newcastle.gov.uk/
We are inviting all residents in the area to complete the survey to provide us with valuable information needed to develop local priorities to make improvements across the distinct neighbourhoods in our ward.
Our aim is to bring together residents, local businesses, students, landlords and other stakeholders to share resources and develop a strong partnership for Ouseburn. The partnership will work together to develop and implement a neighbourhood action plan based on the priorities you set for the area which will provide a long term benefit to everyone who lives and works in Ouseburn.
If you would like to speak to us in person, come along to one of our discussion events:
Main Event - Priority Setting Community Lunch - Saturday 22 October 2016, 10.30am - 12.30pm, Ouseburn Community Centre.
Tuesday 4 October @ Ouseburn Community Centre, 6-8pm
Thursday 6 October @ St. Vincent De Paul, Blackfriars, 6-8pm
Thursday 13 October @ Shieldfield Forum Café, 6-8pm
Please complete the survey with as much detail as possible. We value all your comments and appreciate your time. The survey will close on Friday 14 October 2016. If you need assistance to complete the survey please contact Caroline Collinson Tel. 0191 277 3625
Newcastle City Council wants to gain views from a wide variety of stakeholders in order to inform a review on the future shape of the Newcastle Fund. Click on 'show more' to take part.
We have launched this Call for Evidence to gather your views and ideas about the Newcastle Fund, and help us to develop a proposal on how it should look in the future. Please feel free to tell us your views on all or any of the questions set out in section 4 of the Call for Evidence - you can read the full document here (section 4 is on p.7):
You may want to respond to all of the questions, or just focus on some of them. Equally, you may want to contribute other ideas which are not covered by these questions.
If you would like to respond to this Call for Evidence about the Newcastle Fund, you can complete the online survey here. Alternatively, you can email us at: email@example.com, or write to us at this address: Commissioner for Inclusion, Room 115, Newcastle Civic Centre, Barras Bridge, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 8QH.
The consultation findings and what we decide about the future of the Newcastle Fund will be available on our website in due course: Newcastle City Council. Thanks for taking part.
As a Cooperative Council, Newcastle aspires to ensure that services are delivered in cooperation with communities so that we can make informed choices about priorities and future service delivery. Click on 'show more' to take part.
As a Cooperative Council, Newcastle aspires to ensure that services are delivered in cooperation with communities so that we can make informed choices about priorities and future service delivery.
Market Position Statements (MPS) are the first step towards achieving this cooperative ideal in the commissioning of services. They are designed to help providers and the people who use services in the city to understand what is currently on offer, and also what the council thinks services might look like in the future.
We would like to get your views as providers and users of services in the city on the draft MPS for Looked After Children. Please send your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm 21/10/2016
To help us decide whether to have a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) in Newcastle, and what behaviours it would be used to regulate, we would appreciate it if you could complete the following questionnaire. Click on 'show more' to take part.
Newcastle City Council faces complex challenges around anti-social behaviour and a number of issues have been raised by the public and businesses that need to be addressed. The council wants to ensure that the city remains a great place to live, work and visit. To help us achieve this, we want to put measures in place to deter anti-social behaviour whilst continuing to ensure that appropriate support is in place to protect some of the most vulnerable people in our city.
Public Space Protection Orders (‘PSPOs’) were created by the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014, Chapter 2, Part 4 which came into force on 20 October 2014. They can be used to regulate activities in identified public places that can have a detrimental effect on the quality of life of those in the locality. They are designed to ensure that the law-abiding majority can use and enjoy public spaces, safe from anti-social behaviour. Further information can be found in the Background Information document attached to this consultation:
Please give us your views by taking part in the survey. The results will be made available on our website: Newcastle City Council.
Help to decide the priorities in Wingrove Ward by completing our survey or attending our event on Tuesday 5th October. Click on 'show more' for more information.
Over the past four years, Wingrove Ward Committee, who are the three ward councillors, have held a number of meetings with residents to ask you about your priorities for the area.
This is what you said;
• Clean and tidy streets
• Continued development of young people's network and activities
• Support for people on low incomes
• Issues with private landlords
Talking to residents we think these issues are still important, but we want to know what you think. With reducing resources we want to make sure we get value for money as we try to deliver what you want. Here's a bit more information:
We would like to get your views. Please take part in our survey online until 23 September or come along in person to our event on Tuesday 5 October 2016.
If you have any questions about this information, please contact Amy Stillwell, Communities Officer on 0191 2773612 or email email@example.com
Blakelaw Ward Committee would like to talk to residents about their priorities for the area. Click on 'show more' for more information.
The Annual Ward Event in Blakelaw will be used to talk to local residents, groups and agencies about their priorities for the coming year. Following the meeting, the information will be used to produce an action plan for the ward which will help us all to think about how we can work together for the benefit of the area. The action plan will also help the Ward Committee to determine where ward funds should be spent for maximum impact in the ward.
Draft priorities have already been written to start the discussion. These are based on what local people have said, and information we already have about the ward. Please take 5 minutes to give us your views by completing this survey to tell us whether you agree with these draft priorities. All information from the survey will be included in the discussions taking place when the event is held.
If you have questions about this survey, please contact Amy Stillwell, Communities Officer, firstname.lastname@example.org
Please give us your views on the Wellbeing, Care and Learning Information and Advice Strategy for 2015-2017. Click on 'show more' for more information.
The strategy sets out how we will work with partners across the city to create an effective Care and Support information and advice system for all residents in Newcastle.
We would like to receive comments from anyone who has an interest in information and advice, as a provider or as a recipient. You can do this by commenting on the topic wall below.
You can view the strategy here: Information and Advice Strategy 2015-2017.
We will consider your comments when revising the current strategy, and when writing the new version for 2018-2020. We will keep this consultation open until November 2016 as we will be receiving feedback from our work setting up Information and Advice Partnership Groups throughout the year. The results of the consultation will be published in December 2016.
If you have any questions about the strategy or consultation contact Andrew Fletcher at: email@example.com or tel: 0191 211 6650.
Here are the evaluation surveys of the e-learning modules produced by the Active Inclusion Newcastle Unit.
They are only for people who have completed the online learning courses.
If you have any questions about this, please contact Active Inclusion Newcastle Unit firstname.lastname@example.org .
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