Current consultations

Why do we want your views?

Notice is hereby given that on the 26th April 2016 The Borough Council of Gateshead made THE BOROUGH COUNCIL OF GATESHEAD (FOOTPATH FELLING 14 AND 15) PUBLIC PATH EXTINGUISHMENT ORDER 2016.

Start: 28 Apr 2016
Ends: 03 Jun 2016
Why do we want your views?

We invite your comments on the proposed implementation of "no waiting at any time" parking restrictions on The Watermark.

Start: 28 Apr 2016
Ends: 13 May 2016
Why do we want your views?

We invite your comments on the proposed implementation of additional "no waiting at any time" parking restrictions on Alexandra Road and a Permit Parking Bay on Gladstone Terrace West.

Start: 22 Apr 2016
Ends: 13 May 2016
Why do we want your views?

Notice is hereby given that on the 12th April 2016, the Borough Council of Gateshead made ' THE BOROUGH COUNCIL OF GATESHEAD (UNNAMED FOOTPATH AT WEATHERCOCK LANE, LOW FELL, GATESHEAD) (STOPPING UP) ORDER 2016.

Start: 15 Apr 2016
Ends: 20 May 2016
Why do we want your views?

NHS Newcastle Gateshead CCG is considering ways to improve care and support of people with one or more long term conditions. These are health problems that cannot currently be cured but are controlled by medication or treatment, for example diabetes, breathing problems, heart conditions, stroke or rheumatoid arthritis. This consultation seeks to find out what would help people manage their conditions with confidence.

Start: 14 Apr 2016
Ends: 27 May 2016
Why do we want your views?

This project seeks to reduce the existing speed limits around Roman Road School, in line with the Council's policy on speed management.

Start: 14 Apr 2016
Ends: 06 May 2016
Why do we want your views?

Notice is hereby given that the Borough Council of Gateshead proposes to make THE BOROUGH COUNCIL OF GATESHEAD (MAIN ROAD/MAIN STREET AREA) (TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS) TRAFFIC REGULATION ORDER 2016.

Start: 06 Apr 2016
Ends: 03 May 2016
Why do we want your views?

Gateshead Council is considering how it directly provides domiciliary care support to service users in the future. There is the need to develop a service that supports people to regain their skills and confidence and thus, be as independent as possible. Whilst working to develop this service, the Council invites your comments on the prospect of recommissioning the existing long term domiciliary care support provided to current service users to independent sector providers.

Start: 25 Feb 2016
Ends: 25 May 2016