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  • Consultation on draft Warwickshire Rail Strategy 2019-2034

    Rail services in Warwickshire make a significant contribution to the local economy, business and local communities, helping to make Warwickshire an attractive place in which to live and work. The County Council has an excellent track record in delivering rail infrastructure and helping to improve services. Warwickshire intends to continue this support and investment in the local rail network to help improve wider connectivity, contribute to the delivery of housing and... More
    Opened 27 July 2019
  • Consultation on proposed changes to on-street parking

    Warwickshire County Council Parking Management is carrying out a consultation on proposed changes to on-street parking. This consultation covers the cost of residents permits and how permitting will be managed in the future. More
    Opened 22 July 2019
  • Consultation - Warwickshire Careers Strategy 2019/20 - 2024/25

    Warwickshire County Council recognises the importance of careers advice and employability skills, and has invested over a number of years in our Skills for Employment programme to support schools, colleges and employers to work more closely together. Following the publication of the National Careers Strategy in 2017, we have identified the opportunity to develop a more localised Careers Strategy for Warwickshire, which is focussed on the key opportunities and challenges that exist within... More
    Opened 19 June 2019
  • Survey for parents/carers of children and young people with SEND attending independent specialist schools and colleges

    What is this about? Warwickshire County Council wants to continue to improve our support for children and young people attending independent specialist schools and colleges. We are keen to understand your experience and views to ensure the best outcomes for children; the quality of education and support; and value for money. We want your help to get this right by telling us about what works well and what could be done differently in the future. This will ensure we... More
    Opened 12 June 2019
  • Accommodation With Support (Care Homes) Services

    Warwickshire County Council, together with its partners NHS South Warwickshire CCG and NHS Warwickshire North CCG, is reviewing the Accommodation With Support Services that it commissions. Accommodation With Support Services are care home (with or without nursing) services for adults aged 18 years and over who have high support needs; and older people aged 65 years and over; and those who require accommodation with personal and/or nursing care. The... More
    Opened 29 May 2019
  • Consultation on Policy MCS 10 – Underground Coal Gasification, Warwickshire Minerals Plan 2018

    The County Council is consulting on strategic policy MCS 10 - Underground Coal Gasification, which was unintentionally omitted from the public consultation on the countywide Minerals Plan from 31st October 2018 to 12th December 2018. This is a further consultation and is the final public consultation before the Minerals Plan is submitted to the Secretary of State for examination in public. The focus is on whether Policy MCS 10 is sound and legally compliant. What is the... More
    Opened 28 May 2019
  • Mental Health Telephone Helpline & Webchat Survey 2019

    The Better Health, Better Care, Better Value Partnership are leading a review of the Mental Health Telephone Helpline and Webchat for Coventry and Warwickshire (the service is currently provided by Mental Health Matters). As part of this review we want to hear from a wide range of people about what they feel is important about the service, including what is working well and what could be improved. You can provide feedback whether or not you have actually used the... More
    Opened 7 May 2019
  • Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service - Consultation on additional fire station in Rugby

    Provide an additional fire station in Rugby in line with the Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service ( WFRS) Asset Management Plan Development in the South West Rugby area will see significant employment provision, as well as several thousand new homes, built in the coming years. These developments will increase both the population and geographical area we serve from our existing fire station location which means it is likely we will see a decline in performance against our... More
    Opened 6 May 2019
  • Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service - Early engagement: Nuneaton and North Warwickshire fire station locations

    Exploring the options for new fire station locations within the Nuneaton and North Warwickshire area. The area profile across the north of Warwickshire is continually evolving with new housing, commercial and industrial developments and the resulting increase in both fire and road risk. Most of our fire stations were built some years ago, and as a result some may no longer be in an ideal location. As the demographics and risk profile in... More
    Opened 6 May 2019
  • Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service - Integrated Risk Management Plan - Draft Action Plan 2019/20 Feedback

    Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Authority has a statutory duty under the Fire and Rescue Services Act 2004, to prepare an Integrated Risk Management Plan (IRMP). As part of the IRMP process we regularly review and assess the full range of foreseeable risks impacting the communities of Warwickshire to ensure that we have the plans, people, processes and equipment in place to ensure that Warwickshire remains a safe place to live and work. The current IRMP sets... More
    Opened 6 May 2019
  • Change of Age Range at Northlands Primary School

    This consultation is being undertaken to advise you of proposals concerning Northlands Primary School, and to invite you to tell us what you think of the proposals. This is part of a statutory consultation process that Warwickshire County Council is managing in partnership with the school’s Governing Body. The proposal is: To change the age range at Northlands Primary School from 3 - 11 to 4 - 11 from September 2019. The published admission number (PAN) for the main... More
    Opened 3 May 2019
  • Warm and Well in Warwickshire Survey

    This survey is written by commissioners of Warwickshire’s Warm and Well fuel poverty service. This service is currently delivered by Act on Energy. Services provided include: A countywide helpline to support people with energy tariff switching, managing energy efficiency and referrals to a number of local/national energy efficiency benefit/insulation schemes. Outreach work to provide advice to householders in vulnerable communities, e.g.... More
    Opened 12 March 2019
  • Warwickshire Living Well with Dementia Survey 2019

    The Better Health, Better Care, Better Value Partnership is reviewing our local ‘Living Well with Dementia’ Strategy and the services and support available to people with dementia, their carers and families. As part of this review we want to hear from a wide range of people about what they feel is important about access to services and support, what is working well and what could be improved. This information will help us to develop local dementia services and support... More
    Opened 11 February 2019
  • Young Carers Support Services

    The vision for Warwickshire is for all young carers in our area to be recognised and valued, and services to be in place to assist them in their caring role. We aim to do this by providing a wide range of services including information, advice, training, emotional support and advocacy. Because public money pays for some of these services we have a responsibility to regularly review whether we are providing the best support for the money available. This survey aims to... More
    Opened 3 February 2019
  • Change of Age Range at Newdigate Primary and Nursery School

    This consultation is being undertaken to advise you of proposals concerning Newdigate Primary School, and to invite you to tell us what you think of the proposals. This is part of a statutory consultation process that Warwickshire County Council is managing in partnership with the school’s Governing Body. The proposed changes are related to changes at national level, with many families now entitled to 30 hours per week of funded early education, instead of the 15 hours... More
    Opened 28 January 2019
  • Review of Respite Services for adults with a learning and/or physical disability

    Warwickshire County Council is reviewing the current Respite Services for adults with a learning and/or physical disability to find out if services are meeting the needs of those that are using them and their relatives/carers. As part of this review we are seeking the views of people that use these services, their families and carers as well as the wider public who wish to contribute their thoughts on how well services are working. What respite services does Warwickshire County Council... More
    Opened 24 January 2019
  • Review of Day Opportunities Services for adults with a learning and/or physical disability

    Warwickshire County Council is reviewing the current Day Opportunities Services for adults with a learning and/or physical disability to find out if services are meeting the needs of those that are using them and their relatives/carers. As part of this review we are seeking the views of people that use these services, their families and carers as well as the wider public who wish to contribute their thoughts on how well services are working. What Day Opportunites Services does... More
    Opened 24 January 2019
  • Warwickshire 2020 entry School Admission Arrangements

    Warwickshire County Council is required to operate a coordinated admissions scheme. This allows Warwickshire residents to make a single application for places at their preferred school(s) and receive a single offer of a school place, whether or not this is one of their preference schools. Warwickshire County Council is about to commence a consultation period relating to our admission arrangements for the 2020/21 academic year. As required by the School Admissions Code... More
    Opened 29 November 2018
  • SEND and Inclusion Strategy Young Peoples Survey

    We are currently updating our plans for how we support children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities. We would really like to hear the views of children and young people through this survey. This survey can be completed online using the link below. A Widget symbol version of the strategy is also available in PDF format (see below). This can be downloaded and used by schools or can be completed and returned to: Warwickshire... More
    Opened 12 November 2018
  • SEND and Inclusion Strategy Consultation

    It is time to update the Warwickshire County Council Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) & Inclusion Strategy so that it reflects current challenges. An overarching vision for education in Warwickshire has recently been set out in the Education Strategy, approved by the Council. The SEND & Inclusion Strategy will have one uniting and overarching purpose: to improve educational outcomes, and thus the life chances, of learners with SEND in... More
    Opened 12 November 2018
  • Warwickshire Minerals Plan Publication Consultation 2018

    Warwickshire County Council is consulting on the latest version of the Minerals Plan. This stage is known as the Regulation 19 consultation and is the final public consultation before the Minerals Plan is submitted to the Planning Inspectorate for examination. At this stage the plan is referred to as the Minerals Plan Publication. The Plan was presented to the County Council’s Cabinet on 24th July 2018 and Full Council on 26th July 2018 ... More
    Opened 31 October 2018
  • Child Arrangement Order Allowance Scheme - Proposed Changes

    The following information explains why changes are being proposed, what the proposed changes are and how you can have your say about these changes. What are child arrangement orders and residence orders? A child arrangement order is a court order made pursuant to s8 Children Act 1989 that outlines the details and arrangements for children, including arrangements as to with whom the child shall live and with whom the child shall have contact. A child arrangement order may... More
    Opened 30 October 2018
  • Review of Community Based Older People Day Opportunities Services

    Warwickshire County Council is reviewing the community based Older People Day Opportunities Services that it provides. These are provided to people aged 65 years and over within their local community, this can often be in a building based setting such as a day centre. We currently have seven services: Waverley Day Centre inTouch Home Care New Directions Rugby Ltd. Khair in the Community (Nuneaton Muslim Society), ... More
    Opened 15 October 2018
  • Birmingham Road Stoneleigh Traffic Management

    We would like to share our ideas for Birmingham Road in Stoneleigh and ask for your views. The ideas have been developed by the transport consultancy Atkins in conjunction with Warwickshire County Council, following the request of Stoneleigh & Ashow Parish Council to reduce the impact of traffic within the village. Local residents will be asked to vote on a number of options for the Birmingham Road in order to assist the development of a potential future scheme. A... More
    Opened 1 October 2018
  • Director of Public Health Annual Report 2018

    The Director of Public Health has produced the 2018 annual report with a focus on social media and its impact on Warwickshire’s young people. The report is available online at: http://publichealth.warwickshire.gov.uk/annual-report/ This short survey is to gather information on how well the report has been received by anyone with an interest. More
    Opened 18 September 2018
  • School Health and Wellbeing Service

    Warwickshire County Council is consulting with the public, professionals and partners on the services provided through the School Health & Wellbeing Service to ensure they are fit for purpose, good quality and meeting the needs of children and families in Warwickshire. The service has been delivered by the third sector organisation Compass since the award of the current contract in November 2015. More
    Opened 3 September 2018
  • Pride in Camp Hill Consultation

    We are consulting on the proposal to stop funding the dedicated Pride in Camp Hill (Pinch) team, based in the CHESS Centre in Camp Hill. We need to make this saving of £102k, in order to contribute to the overall One Organisation Plan (OOP) savings 2014-18 of £4.4m. In February 2017 Warwickshire County Council's Cabinet agreed the need to make savings, including reviewing support to Pinch. We are seeking the views of local Camp Hill residents & businesses, our partners... More
    Opened 3 July 2018
  • Consultation to increase the published admission number and formally recognise the Year 7 annual intake as 240 rather than 224 at The Polesworth School from September 2020

    The Polesworth School is undertaking a consultation to increase the published admission number (PAN) from September 2020 and formally recognise the Year 7 annual intake as 240 rather than 224. There will be no substantive change to the overall size of the school. In addition the admission arrangements remain unchanged. This is a consultation being undertaken by The Polesworth School with support from Warwickshire County Council More
    Opened 8 June 2018
  • Warwickshire Joint Strategic Needs Assessment - Residents Survey

    To establish a picture of the health and wellbeing of the Warwickshire population, Warwickshire County Council (WCC) and partners carry out Joint Strategic Needs Assessments (JSNA) every few years. The assessment is used to inform the planning and delivery of services and support, it can also be a useful source of information for charities and communities themselves. Previous assessments have been carried out for Warwickshire as a whole, this year we have divided the... More
    Opened 1 June 2018
  • Warwickshire Joint Strategic Needs Assessment - Professionals Survey

    Every few years, Warwickshire County Council (WCC) and partners carry out Joint Strategic Needs Assessments (JSNA) to establish the health and social care needs of the Warwickshire population. The JSNA is a really useful tool which is accessed both by teams within the county council and other stakeholders to inform commissioning and delivery of services and support. In 2015-18, the JSNA areas of focus were five key themes; mental health, carers, physical... More
    Opened 1 June 2018
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