Gov Delivery

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Statement of Community Involvement

The Council is currently consulting on its draft Statement of Community Involvement (SCI) and seeks your views on this important document.

The draft SCI sets out how Gloucester City Council will engage with communities and key stakeholders during the planning process. This includes the preparation of development plan documents such as the Gloucester City Plan and consulting on planning applications. The draft SCI sets out who, when and how the Council will consult on these planning matters. View the document and make comments.

Budget Consultation

During August and September 2014 we asked for your feedback for our Budget consultation.

Here are the results of the consultation so far.

We would like to give our customers another chance to take part in the consultation and have therefore opened up the survey for another 6 weeks. This consultation will run from Friday 9th January 2015 to Friday 20th February 2015. Please have your say:-

Gloucester City Council - Budget Consultation 2015-16

Electoral Review of Gloucester City Council Ward Patterns

Phase two of the public consultation on new Ward patterns for Gloucester City commenced on 20th January 2015 and will close on 16th March 2015. The Local Government Boundary Commission for England (LGBCE) will make a final decision on 21st April 2015 and this decision is due to be published at the end of May 2015.

​Details on how to make a submission, phase one submissions and a interactive map of Gloucester City Wards are available via the LGBC’s website on www.lgbce.org.uk

​Have Your Say​​

If you have ever wanted to make your views heard, but simply don’t have the time to attend public meetings or events, our free email alerts service will help keep you connected and updated on the things that matter to you and will enable you to have your say on a variety of issues and topics within Gloucester. Please sign up here.

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