Consultation Hub

Welcome to the West Sussex County Council Have Your Say Consultation Hub. This site will help you find and participate in consultations that interest you.  Recently updated consultations are displayed below. Alternatively, search for consultations by keyword, postcode, interest etc.

Open Consultations

  • Approved Premises Licence Application Christs Hospital School 2020

    Notice of application made under the Marriages (Approved Premises) Regulations 1995, Marriage Act 1949 and Civil Partnership Act 2004 for the Approval of Premises as a venue for Civil Marriage and Registration of Civil PartnershipsNotice of application made under the Marriages (Approved... More

    Closes 20 August 2020

  • National Highways and Transport Network (NHT) Public Satisfaction Survey 2020 - West Sussex

    This household postal survey provides information about resident satisfaction with highways and transport services, as well as insights into travel behaviour. More

    Closes 28 August 2020

  • Customer Experience feedback

    Please help us to get better At West Sussex County Council we want to find out whether our customers are satisfied with how easy it is to contact us, and the best way to achieve this is to ask you! One way we are doing this is to ask you to complete a very short survey and I would be... More

    Closes 31 August 2020

  • Healthy relationships, online safety & consent

    This is a quick survey to find out what a healthy relationship looks like to you. This quiz is annonymous. The only personal information we ask for is your year group and school so that we know what different age groups think and what schools are taking part. Thank you in advance. More

    Closes 30 September 2020

  • West Sussex wellbeing, resilience and strength based approaches - feedback

    We would like to hear your views on the Wellbeing, resilience and strength based approaches presented to you by Graeme Potter from Public Health, West Sussex County Council - more information is provided within the survey. Your views are important as they help us to continue to develop these... More

    Closes 9 October 2020

Closed Consultations

  • Early Years DfE COVID-19 Return 112

    From Monday 6 April, local authorities have been asked to provide information on the status of the early years and childcare settings in their area. This includes the number of providers currently open and the number of children attending. Now that early years settings are... More

    Closed 5 August 2020

  • Recycling campaign image testing

    We would like your feedback on some proposed approaches to a future recycling campaign. We are exploring the use of different images to help us reach different audiences. We would like to share these images with you and to ask a few short questions about them. This very quick survey will... More

    Closed 3 August 2020

  • Approved Premises Licence Application - Ardington Hotel

    Notice of application made under the Marriages (Approved Premises) Regulations 1995, Marriage Act 1949 and Civil Partnership Act 2004 for the Approval of Premises as a venue for Civil Marriage and Registration of Civil Partnerships. More

    Closed 29 July 2020

  • Early Years DfE COVID-19 Return 111

    From Monday 6 April, local authorities have been asked to provide information on the status of the early years and childcare settings in their area. This includes the number of providers currently open and the number of children attending. Now that early years settings are... More

    Closed 29 July 2020

  • Support for schools in managing Covid-19

    Dear head teacher/governor, Are you looking for more support in managing Covid-19? Many of you recently dialled in to seminars delivered by Public Health England on how to manage cases of COVID-19 in your school setting. Whether or not you did, your local public health team would now... More

    Closed 27 July 2020

We Asked, You Said, We Did

Here are some of the issues we have consulted on and their outcomes. See all outcomes

We Asked

We asked local dairy farmers if they would be interested in progressing an idea to install a milk vending machine at our Chichester site and if so, what might be required to make this happen.

 

You Said

Local farmers got in touch, expressing interest in the opportunity and letting us know some of the things we needed to think about. For example, their preference / requirements for

  • a site with level access
  • a site that enabled public access, not just staff access.
  • a full vending machine solution, with contactless payment.

We Did

We are offering to meet all the respondents on site to try and identify a viable location that would work with both our operations and theirs, and to understand if any enabling works, such as new power sockets, might be required.

Once we understand if the idea is practically deliverable, we will assess all the information to decide how best to proceed.
 

We Asked

We asked  our residents to tell us about thier experience of the Coronavirus pandemic in May 2020  to help us understand:

  • the impact the pandemic was having on our residents
  • how our communications were landing and how we could improve these in future
  • which services our residents viewed as important for recovery
  • if there were any gaps in self-reported need for community hub support
  • how residents feel about the County Council's response
  • what (if any) areas needed further insight

You Said

We received a whopping 17,455 responses to our survey.  Thank you  very much to everyone who took the time to participate.

Key findings from this project have been highlighted in the results section  (bleow) and are available in.our Resdients' Survey- Coronavirus (COVID-19) Results Summary report

In their responses, our residents told us about the following issues:

  • thier main concerns 
  • the impact of the pandemic on finances,  jobs, lifestyles, diet, and mental and physical health.
  • whether or not they were getting the help and support they felt they needed.
  • what activities they engaged in during 'lockdown'
  • their positive experiences, such as spending more time with family, feeling a   greater part of the community, and noticing a positive impact on their local environment.
  • how they used different information channels and what  services they would like more information about  
  • that they wanted to know more about local COVID-19 outbreaks and  access data about the number of cases in their local areas.

 

We Did

The survey and data analysis has helped to inform a number of actions inlcuding:

  • the sharing of details of those in need of help and support with our communities team for follow-up,
  • using the feedback to help improve our communication strategy - see #KEEPWESTSUSSEXSAFE
  • sharing anonymised data with other internal service areas (e.g. Public Health,  Highways, Economy, and the Sustainability Team) to help inform future planning
  • sharing anonymised  location-related data with external organisations such as district and borough councils to help increase their understanding and inform future planning
  • the County Council has now created a  West Sussex COVID-19 Local Outbreak Control Plan webpage which includes a detailed weekly report on the number of confirmed cases in each district and borough council area.

We Asked

We asked you for your ideas and feedback to help us plan an online half term activity week.

 

 

You Said

Most popular themes

1 Harry Potter

2 Minecraft , super heroes

3  Pokemon

Most popular activities

1 Crafts

2 Film watch parties

3 Online disco, quiz

We Did

Geek Week is happening 26th to 29th May 2020. You can join us 'live' during the week or watch recorded activities whenever you like.

You said your favourite theme was Harry Potter, so we will be adding some wizarding themed videos through out the week!

You said crafts were your favourite activity, so we have put together some craft videos for you to try at home.