Woodhouse Parish Council

Serving the people of Woodhouse & Woodhouse Eaves

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Clerk: Ann Irving
272 Forest Road, Woodhouse
Loughborough LE12 8UA

Tel: 01509 890050

Consultations

Parish council welcomes comments from parishioners on any consultation - which can be from Borough, County or national government. Your council tries to respond whenever possible. Some consultations are only for the parish council, some are also public, and some are neither but included here when we hear about things ...

Proposed new hours for waste & recycling centres
Leics CC plan to close at 5pm in summer instead of 7pm - give your views via the following document.

Dog control order
Charnwood BC wants views on their proposed dog controls on public land - by 3 September 2019

County Council spending
The County Council wants views on its spending priorities. There is an online survey or you can write in to the address in the document.
Deadline: 8 Sept 2019

A unitary council for the County
Leics CC's Leader has proposed abolishing district councils to create a single council to cover everywhere [except Leicester City] and the Leader invites comments from all and sundry. A new website explains all:
https://futureleicestershire.org/

HS2 CONSULTATION
On 11 proposed changes to Phase 2b - Crewe to Manchester & West Midlands to Leeds.
Changes proposed - a mixture of relocations, realignments, new infrastructure and the introduction of new scope to the HS2 design. The Secretary of State will decide whether to include the proposed changes in the Phase 2b design following consideration of the feedback to this consultation. See copies in public libraries in Ashby, Coalville, Kegworth, Measham, Melbourne, Shepshed.
Deadline 6 Sept 2019

Mobile library service

LCC CABINET 15 9 17
The Mobile Library Service currently visits around 250 communities across Leicestershire and makes circa 400 individual stops. It has been ascertained that 14% of these stops attract no visitors and that 46% of stops there are less than three customers. An indicative cost per unique service user is around £190.

It is therefore proposed to review the Mobile Library Service to explore the options for reducing costs and increasing engagement. The review will focus on streamlining the service to reduce staffing and vehicle costs, but may also include options to decommission aspects of the service. Engagement with users of the service will form part of the review.
Deadline to be confirmed