What is Consultation
Suffolk County Council is committed to involving as many members of the public as possible when important decisions need to be made. Consultation, whether online, at open days or by petition help the council to form policy and alloacte resources. The information on this page will help you have your say on what the council is doing and you can find a list of current consultations below.
Consultation and engagement guidance
At a strategic level, Suffolk County Council consults with residents, businesses, partner agencies, and staff to inform its corporate policies and priorities. Consultation enables us to identify trends and emerging challenges, to plan the allocation of resources, and to measure the success of improvements we have implemented. Consultation at a local level helps us to identify the needs and expectations of specific groups so that we can incorporate these into the way our services are planned and delivered.
Citizens Panel - Suffolk Observatory
We want to hear what you think about living, working or studying in Suffolk - what's good, what needs improving, and how we can ensure our services meet community needs.
Suffolk Speaks is made up of a range of public bodies which includes local councils, Suffolk Constabulary and NHS Suffolk. We are keen to know your views, and engage with our communities to develop our services.
In this section
Future use of surplus middle school sites in Newmarket
The budget consultation of Suffolk