Welcome to North East Derbyshire District's consultation website. We run a variety of consultations on issues affecting all citizens. The results of these consultations are fed directly into the policy making process.
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Title Date Closed Derbyshire Police Budget Consultation 20 Jan 2014 Statement of Community Involvement 9 Jan 2014 Citizens' Panel - November 2013 6 Dec 2013 Your Police, Your Views 2013 6 Sep 2013 Single Equality Scheme 2013 - 2016 9 Aug 2013
We Asked, You Said, We Did
Below are some of the issues we have recently consulted on and their outcomes.
- We asked:
- Thank you to everyone who took the time to put forward their views on our recent consultation about car parking in Dronfield. The council has been reviewing the length of time which motorists are allowed to park in its short and long stay car parks in the town, following a request from local people to consider changing the rules at some sites.
- You said:
- That long stay car parking provision remain at: (i) Farwater Lane, Dronfield (ii) Railway Station, Dronfield That long stay car parking provision be reallocated as short stay at: (i) Callywhite Lane, Dronfield (ii) Greendale Shopping Centre, Dronfield (iii) Soaper Lane, Dronfield That short stay car parking provision be retained and the parking time increased to three hours at the Manor House, Dronfield Also via a petition outside of the consultation that the parking time limit in the Civic Centre Car Park, Dronfield, be increased to two hours from the current 90 minutes.
- We did:
- The results of the consultation and recommendations were presented to Cabinet and agreed. However these changes may take some months to pass through the legal processes before they can be implemented. Therefore people are asked to follow the car park signs as they now, but look out for any changes which may come into force in the next few months. Full results of the consultation are attached.
During the consultation process, we ask for your feedback, you tell us and then we make positive changes. Public participation is key to our work. See what happens with We Asked, You Said, We Did.