Here you will find information about the consultations we carry out with local residents, businesses and people that use our services.
Many of our consultations are now available to complete online.
Not all of the consultations listed below will be open to all members of the public – some are aimed at particular interest groups, and some are only open to a randomly selected group of residents. You can find out more information about the approach to each consultation below.
If no information is displayed below then we do not have any consultations currently running. If you can't find the information you are looking for, please contact our policy team on 01246 345247 or email email@example.com.
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Have your say on town centre regeneration plans
We’re investing in our town centre to make sure it thrives for generations to come.
The £10.28m Revitalising the Heart of Chesterfield scheme will transform the look, feel and flow of the town centre – creating a contemporary market built on our proud history and heritage.
We want to hear your views on our plans, as part of a public consultation running from 24 May to 8 July 2022.
Our plans are at the concept stage, sharing your views through our online survey will help us to shape the detail and design of the next stage.
Our housing team carries out a range of satisfaction surveys at various times and intervals.
Satisfaction surveys are carried out for the following services:
- Capital works
- Anti-social behaviour
- Tenancy sustainment
- Allocation of a property
These are 'invite only' surveys that are sent to residents who use the services.
The surveys run throughout the year and reports are collated either quarterly or annually, depending on the number of responses that have been received.
Annual satisfaction surveys
The following satisfaction surveys are carried out once per year:
- Gardening assistance
- Careline and support service
The STAR survey (survey of tenants and residents) is carried out once every two years.
Tenant involvement and engagement
The housing service has a dedicated tenant participation team that helps tenants to get involved in decisions that affect their homes and neighbourhoods.
What is the boundary commission consultation?
The Local Government Boundary Commission is carrying out an electoral review of Chesterfield Borough Council.
The aim of the electoral review is to recommend ward boundaries that mean each councillor represents approximately the same number of voters.
We also aim to ensure that the ward boundaries reflect the interests and identities of local communities, as well as promoting effective local government.
To achieve these aims, we need to re-draw ward boundaries across Chesterfield.
Past or 'closed' consultations
When a consultation has finished we gather all the information we have received and use it to help us make a decision, develop a policy or improve the way we deliver a service.