From the 1st of March 2015, we aim to start publishing all key Devon County Council consultations and engagement activities at Have Your Say. Users can see our main public consultations here, and subscribe to be notified of consultations via email sign up through GovDelivery.

 
 
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Current Activity
Tough Choices - 2014 to 2017  
-Devon County Council

1/9/2013 to 15/2/2017

Current

Over the past four years we have reduced our spending from £600 million a year to £500 million by cutting waste, reducing management and staff numbers.

The latest Government spending review means we now need to save a further £100 million over the next three years.

To do this we have to look again at everything we do and make hard choices.

Use this website to see all the latest suggestions and proposals for change in your local services and join the debate about their future.

Have your say on our 2014/15 budget priorities.

 
Current Activity
South Devon Link Road (Kingkerswell Bypass)  
-Devon County Council

8/5/2012 to 31/12/2015

Current

On 8th May this year, 60 years after it was first considered, it was announced that the South Devon Link Road had been granted full approval by the Department for Transport (DfT). The new road  will unlock economic growth and improve the prosperity of  communities across Torbay and Devon.
 
Current Activity
Braunton Burrows Visitor Survey 2014  
-North Devon Council

4/12/2014 to 4/3/2015

Current

Braunton Burrows Visitor Survey 2014
 
Current Activity
Consultation on Admission Arrangements for 2016-17 and the Education Transport Policy for 2015-16  
-Devon County Council

1/1/2015 to 28/2/2015

Current

Devon County Council is consulting on the proposed admission arrangements for Devon schools for the 2016-17 academic year.  They are provided as part of the process for determining - considering, amending, agreeing and finalising - the arrangements which will be used for admission into all schools in the Devon Local Authority area (all of the County of Devon except for those parts within Plymouth City Council and Torbay Council's areas).  Admission arrangements will be determined by 15 April 2015 by the Cabinet of Devon County Council, or for schools which are their own admission authority, the schools themselves.
 
Closed Activity
Pyworthy C of E Primary School  
-Devon County Council

18/12/2014 to 13/2/2015

Closed

Pupil numbers at Pyworthy School have fallen over recent years and the forecast data for in-area children shows pupil numbers are likely to fall further.  Delivering a full and balanced curriculum and the ability to fulfil age-related expectations is difficult with such a decreasing number of children.  In addition, there will also be a need for an academy sponsor to be part of any future plans for the school to improve its performance and sustainability.  The Governing Body has considered the options available and would now like to proceed to consult on the future of the school, which may result in a decision to close the school.
 
Further information is available in the consultation brochure, which is available on this webpage, under the 'Documents' tab. 
 
An Information Session is being held at Pyworthy Village Hall on 14 January 2015 at 3:30pm - 6:30pm. 
 
The closing date for responding to the consultation is 5pm on Friday 13 February 2015. 
 
Closed Activity
South Molton School Place Planning  
-Devon County Council

18/12/2014 to 9/2/2015

Closed

South Molton is an area identified for sustainable growth and development within the emerging North Devon and Torridge Local Plan, supported by Neighbourhood Plans and Strategy for the town.  Up to 1,200 new homes are proposed in the town.  The size of development proposed would require the need for a new primary school to accommodate the growing number of children.  New schools are subject to the Government's requirement for the Local Authority to seek proposals for an Academy or Free School.  However, South Molton Junior School has been identified for replacement and expansion within the Government's Priority Schools Building Programme.  It is not possible to rebuild the Junior School on its present site and it is therefore proposed to relocate the Junior School to a new site to the south of the town in 2016.  It will also be necessary to plan the future for South Molton Infants School.  The proposal is to:
 
South Molton Infants School - change the age range to 5-11 years (becoming a Primary School rather than an Infants School) on its existing site with capacity for 210 pupils with potential to expand over time.  The long term strategy will be for the school to take pupils aged 2-11.
 
South Molton Junior School - change the age range to 5-11 (becoming a Primary School rather than a Junior School) and relocation to a new school site with capacity for 210 pupils with potential to expand over time.  The school will be built for pupils aged 2-11.
 
Closed Activity
DSFRS Council Tax Precept and Strategy Consultation  
-Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service

12/1/2015 to 23/1/2015

Closed

 
Closed Activity
Highways Services  
-Devon County Council

3/10/2014 to 5/12/2014

Closed

Over the three years 2014 to 2017, the Highways and Traffic Management service needs to make large savings in its budget.
 
Closed Activity
Care and support information and advice  
-Devon County Council

23/10/2014 to 5/12/2014

Closed

This questionnaire is about your access to information and advice around care and support.
 
Closed Activity
Creating a recreational park and walking/cycling route along Hollow Lane, Exeter  
-Devon County Council

13/11/2014 to 4/12/2014

Closed

Devon County Council, Exeter City Council, and East Devon Council are consulting on plans to create a Ridgeline Park along Hollow Lane and improve the walking and cycling environment through this area.
 
Closed Activity
Waste Management - Tough Choices  
-Devon County Council

9/10/2014 to 19/11/2014

Closed

In order to help the County Council meet its budget reduction target for 2015/16 the Waste Management Service is proposing some changes to the current service provision.
 
Closed Activity
Building Safer Communities Together - Safer North Devon Strategy 2014-17  
-North Devon Council

5/9/2014 to 20/10/2014

Closed

The purpose of this consultation is to gauge stakeholder and public opinion on the contents of the Safer North Devon strategy. The information recevied will help inform develop the operational action plans which are produced annually and reviewed quarterly.
 
Closed Activity
ENLARGING ST LEONARD’S PRIMARY SCHOOL, EXETER  
-Devon County Council

4/9/2014 to 2/10/2014

Closed

The proposal to expand (phase 2 of the expansion) St Leonard’s C of E Primary School in Exeter from 420 places to 630 places with effect from September 2015 was approved at Devon County Council’s Cabinet meeting on 8 October 2014. 

Phase 1 of the expansion has already provided an additional reception class enabling the school to admit an additional 30 children as well as providing other infrastructure.  This, the second phase, will provide the additional classes required to provide a Planned Admission Number of 90 across all year groups. 

Cabinet considered that pupil forecast data has suggested a higher intake at St Leonard’s in future, which, combined with significant new house building in the area and increased birth rates has resulted in the need for additional places at this school.


The report to Cabinet and Minutes (08 October 2014) can be viewed on-line via:
http://www.devon.gov.uk/index/councildemocracy/decision_making/cma/index_exc.htm

 
 
Closed Activity
Devon Waste Plan Modifications Consultation  
-Devon County Council

8/8/2014 to 19/9/2014

Closed

Consultation on the proposed modifications to the Devon Waste Plan.   
 
Closed Activity
Atrium Studio School, Ashburton  
-Devon County Council

24/7/2014 to 13/9/2014

Closed

The Atrium Studio School is a brand new comprehensive school for ages 13-18 specialising in the Built Environment, opening in September 2015.
 
Closed Activity
Devon Library Review  
-Devon County Council

1/5/2014 to 17/7/2014

Closed

We want your views on a series of proposed changes to the way the library service operates in Devon. Devon’s libraries offer a wide range of services, are highly valued by the people who use them and have modernised in recent years to keep pace with local demand and need. However, given the continued need to reduce budgets, we now need to consider how best to develop the service in future.
 
Further information at Devon Library Consultation
 
Closed Activity
Regulation of sex establishments policy 2014  
-North Devon Council

1/5/2014 to 26/6/2014

Closed

CONSULTATION ON DRAFT POLICY FOR THE REGULATION OF SEX ESTABLISHMENTS
 (Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1982. Policing and Crime Act 2009
 
Closed Activity
Lampard School, Barnstaple  
-Devon County Council

12/5/2014 to 16/6/2014

Closed

Devon County Council's Cabinet has approved the proposal to lower the age range at Lampard School, Barnstaple, from 7-16 to 5-16 with effect from September 2014.  In reaching their decision, Cabinet noted that this proposal would enable the school to admit a small number of Key Stage 1 students each year who currently have to go to another local special school or remain in mainstream provision but who would be more appropriately placed at Lampard School.
 
Closed Activity
Children's Centre Services  
-Devon County Council

1/5/2014 to 6/6/2014

Closed

Children’s Centres provide early childhood services for all families during pregnancy, birth and until a child is five years old.  These services are delivered in partnership with Health, Adult Learning and Job Centre Plus and may be delivered at a Children’s Centre, in a community building or in families’ homes.  Families may also be given advice and guidance to find and access services elsewhere.
 
 
Closed Activity
Torridge Estuary Strategy Consultation 2014  
-Torridge District Council

14/4/2014 to 19/5/2014

Closed

Consultation on the Torridge Estuary Strategy 2014.

 

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