We want you to get involved with the work we are doing and regularly run different consultations. If you'd like to have your say and become involved on a regular basis, why not join the 'District Panel'? (see 'Related Information' in the right hand column on this page).
A bold decision, one of the biggest Harrogate Borough Council has taken since its creation in 1974, needs to be made and we are asking you for your views. We would like to invite you to take part in a consultation regarding the council’s future office accommodation needs. For a summary sheet, supplementary information and the full council report on the options www.harrogate.gov.uk/officeproject
If you have any problems submitting the survey please contact us.
The closing date for this consultation is 4 August.
Polling Station Review
Harrogate Borough Council is undertaking a full review of the polling district and polling stations used during elections. The consultation is an opportunity for you to tell us what you think of the facilities provided on election days. There is a possibility polling stations could be relocated as a result of the feedback received, so we encourage you to have a say. The aim is to locate all polling stations a convenient distance from the majority of electors' homes, easy to find and where possible accessible to all.
Harrogate Borough Council has signed up to the UK Customer Satisfaction Index, a nationally comparable measure of customer satisfaction run by The Institute of Customer Service. This consultation is an opportunity for you to tell us what you think of the customer service you receive from Harrogate Borough Council.
Give us your thoughts on the games facilities 2014 survey
Every two years we ask users and non-users their opinions about the payable games in parks facilities. We welcome all comments as we continually strive to ensure we meet customers' needs. Please click this link to participate in the survey. Games in Parks Survey 2014
. If you would prefer to complete a paper version there are some available in all our games pavilions (Valley Gardens, Conyngham Hall, Knaresborough Castle Yard and Ripon Spa Gardens). All surveys must be received on or before 10th October 2014
Would you like to get involved in discussions about how sites for housing and economic development are assessed?
The council’s Planning Policy Team is inviting local community groups to get involved with helping to prepare a Strategic Housing and Economic Land Availability Assessment (SHELAA). Its purpose is to identify a list of possible housing and economic development sites and assess their overall potential.
Results and reports from the consultations:
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