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View more details for consultation New Tenant Satisfaction Survey New Tenant Satisfaction Survey Wrexham County Borough Council 31 Jul 2019 31 Jul 2022
Why are we doing this?

As your landlord it is important that we understand how satisfied tenants are with Wrexham Council as a landlord and what you think about the service we provide.  Your responses will help us to better understand the views of tenants and what improvements might be needed in the future. 
 

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View more details for consultation Wrexham Local Development Plan (MACs) consultation Wrexham Local Development Plan (MACs) consultation Wrexham County Borough Council 23 May 2022 06 Jul 2022
Why are we doing this?

Wrexham Local Development Plan (LDP) is currently being examined by the Planning Inspectorate.  

A number of changes have emerged as a result of matters arising during the Hearing Sessions that have been conducted as part of the Examination. 

These changes are set out in the 'Schedule of Matters Arising Changes' (MACs) (KPD26) document.

As a result of these proposed changes, the Sustainability Appraisal (SA) (KPD27) and Habitats Regulations Assessment (HRA) (KPD28 & KPD28a) have also been updated.

We are also consulting on The Dee Catchment Phosphorous Reduction Strategy (EBNB04).

The schedule of Matters Arising Changes (MACs), Sustainability Appraisal (SA) and Habitats Regulations Assessment (HRA) as updated and The Dee Catchment Phosphorous Reduction Strategy are available to view at www.wrexham.gov.uk/ldp

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View more details for consultation Wrexham's Big Play Survey 2022 for Parents and Carers Wrexham's Big Play Survey 2022 for Parents and Carers Wrexham County Borough Council 11 Mar 2022 30 Jun 2022
Why are we doing this?

The Welsh Government passed a law which means all councils in Wales must carry out an investigation into the time and space children have for playing or hanging out in their local area.

 

By filling in the survey below you will be helping us to build a picture of what its like for children playing in Wrexham. We will then use the information to find ways of protecting and improving the time and space children have for playing or hanging out

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View more details for consultation Hackney Carriage Specifications – Rear Loading Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles Hackney Carriage Specifications – Rear Loading Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles Wrexham County Borough Council 23 May 2022 19 Jun 2022
Why are we doing this?

Wrexham County Borough Council is currently consulting for stakeholder opinion on Rear Loading Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles, and their potential suitability for licensing as Hackney Carriages.

Introduction

The licensing authority has a set criteria in terms of hackney carriage vehicle safety certification and any licensed vehicle must meet stringent tests in terms of road safety and fitness for purpose. Rear Loading Wheelchair accessible Vehicles are currently available for licensing as Private Hire Vehicles but not for Hackney Carriage use.

Hackney Carriages

Unlike Private Hire Vehicles, Hackney carriages must be suitable for collecting wheelchair users from a ‘Hackney Carriage Rank’. A rank is collection point, whereby licensed Hackney Vehicles may queue and wait in turn for customers to approach the rank. There are several Hackney Carriage Ranks in the county area and these are all located within Wrexham Town Centre. All customers enter the vehicles via the side of the vehicle, with Wheelchair users using an access ramp.

Hackney Carriages also have the permission to be ‘hailed down, by pedestrians in the street.

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View more details for consultation Covid19 effects on Mental Health and Wellbeing: children and young people in Wrexham and Flintshire2 Covid19 effects on Mental Health and Wellbeing: children and young people in Wrexham and Flintshire2 Wrexham County Borough Council 06 May 2022 17 Jun 2022
Why are we doing this?

In, March 2020 we ran a consultation to find out how the Covid pandemic had affected young people in Wrexham and Flintshire, this supported the work of the Public Service Boards, Wrexham Youth Service and Flintshire Integrated Youth Provision which helped with the recovery plans to support young people’s wellbeing and mental health.

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View more details for consultation Consultation with parents and carers Consultation with parents and carers Wrexham County Borough Council 03 May 2022 15 Jun 2022
Why are we doing this?

Everyone wants to make Wrexham a place where families, children and young people can achieve their potential.

We know all parents/carers  want the best for the children and young people on, we also  know that sometimes families, children and young people need support to help achieve their potential, their hopes and their dreams, and to support them when times are tough.

 

This consultation is about asking you about what you think, as you are the expert about you and your needs.

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View more details for consultation Early Years Parents Consultation Early Years Parents Consultation Wrexham County Borough Council 10 May 2022 12 Jun 2022
Why are we doing this?

It has been especially challenging to be expecting and/or a parent of a young child in recent times. The Coronavirus pandemic has shown the value of support services and provision for pregnancy and the early years more than ever. Many of you will have experienced a feeling of isolation followed by relief as services and provision opened up again. Well done for making your way through!

Wrexham County Borough Council has asked Children in Wales to carry out a consultation with parents to look closely at the maternity and early years services that are offered to you and your child.

Support/advice – if you feel you need further support, or would like to discuss things further please contact Wrexham Family Information service 01978 292094 or fis@wrexham.gov.uk

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View more details for consultation Early Years Practitioners Consultation Early Years Practitioners Consultation Wrexham County Borough Council 10 May 2022 12 Jun 2022
Why are we doing this?

It has been a challenging period to work in maternity and early years services during recent times. The Coronavirus pandemic has brought the value of support services and provision into sharp focus. Many parents will have experienced feelings of isolation followed by relief as services and provision opened up again. Equally, practitioners have needed to balance their own family needs whilst working in extraordinary circumstances. Parents and practitioners are to be congratulated for making their way through this difficult period.

Wrexham County Borough Council has asked Children in Wales to carry out a consultation with both parents and practitioners to look closely at the provision of maternity and early years services offered in the county.  Focusing on quality, sufficiency of provision; integration across services, transition between provision and involvement of parents/carers.

This is your chance for your voice to be heard and to provide input to enhance services in your area.

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View more details for consultation Wrexham Carers Lead Officer Consultation - Questions for people receiving unpaid care Wrexham Carers Lead Officer Consultation - Questions for people receiving unpaid care Wrexham County Borough Council 25 Mar 2022 11 Apr 2022
Why are we doing this?

To establish if there is a need for a Lead carers role

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View more details for consultation Wrexham Carers Lead Officer Consultation - Questions for Wrexham County Borough Staff Wrexham Carers Lead Officer Consultation - Questions for Wrexham County Borough Staff Wrexham County Borough Council 25 Mar 2022 11 Apr 2022
Why are we doing this?

Consultation regarding a Carers Lead Officer Post

 

This consultation is being undertaken to help Wrexham County Borough Council to assess the case for having a Carers Lead Officer Post. A Carers Lead Officer post could potentially help coordinate relevant work across Council departments, health and third sector organisations in Wrexham County, as well as helping groups and organisations representing unpaid carers to engage with those providing support services. The consultation seeks the views of unpaid carers and people receiving unpaid care, as well as the views of staff from partner agencies and staff from within Wrexham County Borough Council that work in this field.

 

A summary of the responses will be fed back to Wrexham County Borough Council and will be used as part of the process to assess the case for a Carers Lead Officer post.

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