Current consultations
Budget 2022-2023 - closes on 17 October 2021
Electric vehicle charging point survey
Rapid charging points
My Health, My Tech survey


Budget 2022-2023

We are urging residents and businesses to have their say on the services that are important to them. The information will contribute towards the development of our 2022-2023 budget which will be finalised over the coming months and become effective on 1 April 2022. Whilst demand for services continues to increase, pressure on funding means the general government grant that we have to pay for these services is reducing. We have a strong resource base, though this has been eroded as a result of the pandemic and we have not been immune to cuts to our general government funding which has been reduced by £8.2m since 2010. Our latest Medium Term Financial Strategy identifies that in order to balance the budget in 2022-2023 we will have to see a £5.9m recovery to pre-pandemic levels in our sales, fees and charges income.

Budget 2022-2023 consultation

The consultation will close on 17 October 2021.


Electric vehicle charging point survey

We are exploring the demand for electric vehicle (EV) charging points within the district. We would like feedback from residents, businesses and visitors to gauge the level of need to inform our decision making process for the next stages of our roll out of EV charging points. We are unable to provide on-street charging points we will share the feedback with our colleagues at North Yorkshire County Council and explore alternative arrangements if possible. We are also supporting a University of Leeds student with their degree course and would appreciate you taking the time to complete this short survey questionnaire.


Rapid charging points

We have been operating rapid charging points at the civic centre since December 2017. We are seeking user feedback so that we can improve the service and provide better value for the customer and the council.

We would appreciate your feedback to help us to make these improvements.


My Health, My Tech

Let the North Yorkshire Health and Wellbeing Board know your ideas for future digital health services

They would like you to share your ideas about how digital technology can be developed to provide better, more joined-up health and wellbeing services in the future.

For further information and to complete the survey please visit www.nypartnerships.org.uk/myhealthmytech