Current consultations

Main Modifications Gloucester City Plan

This consultation will run from Monday 16th May until 6pm Monday 4th July 2022. For full details please visit the Main Modifications Consultation page. 

Draft Local List for Gloucester 

Gloucester City Council is holding a public consultation regarding the Draft Local List for Gloucester.

The purpose of the Local List for Gloucester is to provide a record of unlisted heritage assets of local importance to Gloucester. The intention is to make locally important heritage assets more visible to the planning process and give local people the chance to put forward unlisted heritage assets for consideration. The local list is underpinned from guidance in policies SD8 of the Gloucester, Cheltenham and Tewkesbury Joint Core Strategy (2017), and Gloucester’s Heritage Strategy 2019 -2029.

The public consultation will run until Tuesday 22 May 2022

Responses will be received until midnight on Sunday 22 May 2022.

How to see the document

The draft Local List for Gloucester can be viewed online.

Gloucester Draft Local List 2022

How to comment on the document

You can comment on this document in writing, either via:

  • email:
  • by post to: Heritage Team, Shire Hall, Westgate Street, Gloucester, GL1 2TG

If you would like to nominate a heritage asset visit: Nominate an asset for the local heritage list - Gloucester City Council

If you would like to find out more about the local list visit: Local heritage list: our approach - Gloucester City Council


Budget Consultation 2022/23

The consultation closed on 14 January 2022.  Thank you to everyone who took part and shared their feedback on key services provided by the Council. 

Details of the consultation will be published in due course.  

Consultation on whether CCTV within Licensed Vehicles would have a proportionate positive impact on public safety within Gloucester

In July 2020, the Secretary of State for Transport issued a new set of ‘Statutory Taxi and Private Hire Vehicle Standards’ to Licensing Authorities aimed at safeguarding children and vulnerable adults.

The standards set out a range of measures to protect passengers and the Department for Transport required that each Licensing Authority reviewed their policies with a plan to implement the standards.

One of the recommendations, not yet considered by Gloucester City Council, is that “All licensing authorities should consult to identify if there are local circumstances which indicate that the installation of CCTV in vehicles would have either a positive or an adverse net effect on the safety of Hackney Carriage and Private Hire vehicle users, including children or vulnerable adults, and taking into account potential privacy issues.”

The Gloucestershire Licensing Officers Group have drafted a county consultation document that each authority can use to consult on this matter. The aim of the consultation is to identify if there is local evidence that would support each local authority introducing a mandatory CCTV policy.

Local outcomes to consultation may be different and each authority will need to make its own decision, based on local evidence, whether to introduce a mandatory approach.

Members of the Licensing and Enforcement Committee approved the County CCTV Consultation Document for an eight week consultation. The consultation document can be found by clicking on the below link:-

CCTV Consultation document

At the end of the document is a consultation survey, we would welcome your views and ask for you to complete the survey. You can send it via email to or by post to:-

Licensing Section

Gloucester City Council

PO Box 3252



The closing date for responses is midnight on 23rd August 2022

The results of which will be reported back to the Licensing and Enforcement Committee to determine whether to proceed with developing a mandatory CCTV policy within licensed vehicles for Gloucester City Council.

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