Consultations

How to take part in a public consultation or fill out a survey and a list of past consultations published by Suffolk County Council.

Live consultations

NameClosing
Raising the Bar Strategy 2018-20 consultation Tuesday 17 October 2017
Lake Lothing Third Crossing consultation Monday 23 October 2017
Suffolk’s Energy Gateway (SEGWay) consultation
(A12 bypass between Saxmundham and Wickham Market)
Wednesday 25 October 2017

Closed consultations Name (A-Z)

30 hours childcare survey
Adult Learning Strategy Consultation
Anglesea Road Area, Ipswich - Proposed 20mph Speed Limit
Beccles Southern Relief Road
Claydon Primary School Pre-Application Planning
Day care service provision in the Newmarket area
Future of Specialist Educational Provision in Suffolk
Future Trading for Governor Services
Grove Road/Springfield Road neighbourhood permit parking scheme
Gypsy and Traveller short stay stopping sites
Health visiting and school nursing services
Help to shape Suffolk’s Special Education Needs and Disability (SEND) future
Highways Asset Management
Improve access to Suffolk's countryside
Integrated Risk Management Plan 2015-2018
Learning Disability Services in Suffolk (My Life My Future)
Otley Primary School Pre-Application Planning Consultation
Outcome Notification of the consultation relating to The Bridge School
Proposed development of Chilton Woods
Proposed Traffic Regulation Orders in Sudbury
Proposed Traffic Regulation Orders in Ipswich
Residents Survey 2016 results
Riverwalk Campus (former Hardwick Middle School) Pre-Application Planning Consultation
Snailwell Road, Newmarket
Stoke Bridge resident parking scheme
Sudbury Bus Station Pre-planning consultation
Suffolk County Council Budget Consultation 2017/2018
Tell us what you think of pharmacy services in Suffolk on www.healthysuffolk.org.uk
West Suffolk Operational Hub – dealing with household waste
Working together to tackle poverty
Upper Orwell Crossings consultation round one findings report

A consultation can be a:

  • online
  • open days
  • petition

Suffolk County Council is committed to involving as many people as possible when decisions need to be made. Consultation helps the council to form policy and allocate resources.

Consultation and engagement guidance

Suffolk County Council consults at a strategic level with the following groups to inform its corporate policies and priorities:

  • residents
  • businesses
  • partner agencies
  • staff

Consultation enables us to identify trends and emerging challenges. This allows us to plan the allocation of resources, and to measure the success of improvements we have implemented.

Consultation at 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.