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  • Essex Parking Guidance Consultation 2023

    EPOA Parking Guidance Consultation for Essex What are EPOA consulting on? Essex Planning Officers Association (EPOA) has been leading work to revise the parking standards guidance to inform new development across Essex. Parking guidance is referred to in policy in the district Local Plans and the County’s Local Transport Plan. The guidance sets parking for different vehicle types, design and location, dimensions for parking and a suggested quantum for... More
    Closes today
  • Wickford Healthy School Streets (ATF2 Post Implementation)

    At Essex County Council, we want to help residents in Wickford to have the opportunity to walk and cycle to school. Walking and cycling have been proven to provide many benefits including improvement to peoples physical and mental health and well-being, and decrease pollution and noise. We want to help provide a safe space for people to walking, scoot, or cycle for all or part of their journey. We are interested in understanding your experiences in regard to Hyde Way, Elder Drive,... More
    Closes 21 December 2023
  • Healthy School Streets Middleton Hall Lane (ATF2 Post Implementation)

    At Essex County Council, we want to help residents in Brentwood to have the opportunity to walk and cycle to school. Walking and cycling have been proven to provide many benefits including improvement to peoples physical and mental health and well-being, and decrease pollution and noise. We want to help provide a safe space for people to walking, scoot, or cycle for all or part of their journey. We are interested in understanding your experiences in regard to Middleton Hall Lane, and... More
    Closes 22 December 2023
  • Healthy School Streets Survey Colchester Lexden Cluster (ATF2 Post Implementation)

    At Essex County Council, we want to help residents in Colchester to have the opportunity to walk and cycle to school. Walking and cycling have been proven to provide many benefits including improvement to peoples physical and mental health and well-being, and decrease pollution and noise. We want to help provide a safe space for people to walking, scoot, or cycle for all or part of their journey. We are interested in understanding your experiences in regard to Norman Way, Sussex... More
    Closes 22 December 2023
  • Brentwood Active Travel Fund 2 Survey (Post Implementation)

    This survey is for residents in Brentwood to help us understand your travel habits and how the streets are experienced, including what your barriers are and what would encourage you to walk and cycle for shorter trips more often. In particular this survey seeks to monitor the impact of the active travel fund 2 works in Brentwood which included the introduction of 20mph streets and the creation of new Healthy School Streets. Healthy... More
    Closes 22 December 2023
  • John Harper Healthy School Street (ATF2 Post Implementation)

    At Essex County Council, we want to help residents in Colchester to have the opportunity to walk and cycle to school. Walking and cycling have been proven to provide many benefits including improvement to peoples physical and mental health and well-being, and decrease pollution and noise. We want to help provide a safe space for people to walking, scoot, or cycle for all or part of their journey. We are interested in understanding your experiences in regard to John Harper and... More
    Closes 22 December 2023
  • Food special newsletter competition

    For a chance to win a food processor or one of two mini processors, all you need to do is answer the question below by 30 December 2023 : What is your top tip to reduce waste when cooking and preparing your festive meal? More
    Closes 30 December 2023
  • Dovercourt Public Realm Scheme

    The Dovercourt Public Realm Scheme aims to deliver a series of streetscape improvements along the Kingsway corridor in Dovercourt to help revitalise the town centre. The proposed scheme will create a more inviting route along Kingsway between Dovercourt Railway Station, the town centre and seafront, helping make the town centre an even more attractive place to live, work, shop and visit. It is an important initial phase of a programme of regeneration of Dovercourt... More
    Closes 16 January 2024
  • Local Walking and Cycling Routes- Basildon, Castle Point, Rochford and Witham

    Essex County Council want to identify walking and cycling routes to provide residents with a wider choice of how they travel around in Basildon, Castle Point, Rochford, and Witham. By developing the proposed cycling and walking networks, we can make our streets healthier. They become safer for those who want to walk or cycle as well as more accessible and easier to move around. Walking and cycling also help's to improve our physical health and wellbeing. At this... More
    Closes 17 January 2024
  • SEND Sufficiency Plan Engagement

    Essex County Council is developing a SEND Sufficiency Plan to set out how we and our partners will ensure that there is sufficient high-quality specialist provision, in both mainstream and special school settings, to meet the future needs of children and young people with SEND in Essex. There has never been a greater need for a SEND sufficiency plan for Essex. The SEND population has grown significantly since the 2014 SEND reforms, with the greatest growth taking place in the... More
    Closes 16 February 2024
  • Child Protection Conference Parent or Carer Feedback (final)

    Thank you for taking the time to share your experiences of child protection conferences. What you say is anonymous which means your name will not be mentioned in our reports. However if you tell us something which makes us concerned about the safety of a child a social worker may contact you. Under the Data Protection Act we have a legal duty to protect any information we collect from you. This information will only be used to improve child protection... More
    Closes 8 May 2024
  • Lived Experience Feedback

    Essex County Council Adult Social Care is dedicated to continuously improving the experiences of adults, their representatives and families who engage with us and our services. To support with this, we are seeking the views of our residents about the quality of their engagement and experiences of our Adult Social Care and support services. This survey is aimed at people who have engaged with Essex Adult Social Care in the last 12 months, whether in respect of support currently in place,... More
    Closes 26 October 2024
  • Adult Journey Assurance Tool

    Providing a positive experience for all people that meet with Social Care is something we strive for. By understanding the real time experience, we can better appreciate and consider where improvements are needed. This Adult Experience Audit Tool is framed around the Thinking Local Act Personal (TLAP), Making it Real program themes, to reflect the most important elements of personalised care and support: More
    Closes 3 November 2024
  • Green Skills Pledge

    Are you ready to help Essex deliver green skills? Sign the Green Skills Pledge to help create and maintain a sustainable future for Essex. More
    Closes 31 December 2024
  • Have Your Say (children)

    Listening is important. By listening to what you say we can make sure you get the help and support you need. More
    Closes 22 May 2025
  • Have Your Say (young people)

    Listening is important. By listening to what you say we can make sure you get the help and support you need. More
    Closes 22 May 2025
  • Care Leavers Our Pledge to you

    Our Pledge is a set of SEVEN promises we make to our care leavers. Please complete this short survey so that we can better understand your experiences and know whether our Pledge is working for you. More
    Closes 10 September 2025
  • Child Protection Conference Agency Feedback (review)

    Under the Data Protection Act we have a legal duty to protect any information we collect from you. This information will only be used to improve and develop our child protection services and will not be kept longer than is necessary to do so, paper questionnaires up to 1 year and electronic files up to 5 years. We will not share your personal details with another agency unless we have concerns that you or another individual is at risk of harm. ... More
    Closes 8 May 2027
  • Child Protection Conference Parent or Carer Feedback (review)

    Thank you for taking the time to share your experience of child protection conferences. What you tell us is anonymous which means your name will not be mentioned in our reports. However, if what you tell us makes us concerned for the safety of a child a social worker may contact you. Under the Data Protection Act we have a legal duty to protect any information we collect from you. This information will only be used to improve our child protection... More
    Closes 8 May 2027
  • Child Protection Conference Agency Feedback (initial)

    Under the Data Protection Act we have a legal duty to protect any information we collect from you. This information will only be used to improve and develop our child protection services and will not be kept longer than is necessary to do so, paper questionnaires up to 1 year and electronic files up to 5 years. We will not share your personal details with another agency unless we have concerns that you or another individual is at risk of harm. ... More
    Closes 8 May 2027
  • Child Protection Conference Agency Feedback (final)

    Under the Data Protection Act we have a legal duty to protect any information we collect from you. This information will only be used to improve and develop our child protection services and will not be kept longer than is necessary to do so, paper questionnaires up to 1 year and electronic files up to 5 years. We will not share your personal details with another agency unless we have concerns that you or another individual is at risk of harm. ... More
    Closes 8 May 2027
  • Child Protection Conference Parent or Carer Feedback (initial)

    Thank you for taking the time to share your experience of child protection conferences. What you tell us is anonymous which means your name will not be mentioned in our reports. However, if what you tell us makes us concerned for the safety of a child a social worker may contact you. Under the Data Protection Act we have a legal duty to protect any information we collect from you. This information will only be used to improve our child protection... More
    Closes 8 May 2027
  • Our Social Work Promise feedback survey

    At Essex County Council we want our social workers to be the best that they can be. Our promise to all children and young people sets out what you can expect. Please complete this short survey to tell us how well we are doing at keeping our promise. Your feedback will be kept safe and secure and you can choose to complete this anonymously if you want to. If you tell us that you are unsafe or in need of help, we may try to contact you to talk about this. More
    Closes 13 October 2027
  • Parent or guardian feedback survey

    Listening is important to us. By listening to what you tell us we can make sure you get the help and support you need. By filling in this form and telling us what you think we can make sure that you and other children are well supported by social workers. This short survey is an opportunity for you to have your say about your involvement with children’s social care services. It will help us ensure we are meeting your child’s needs. What you tell us is anonymous... More
    Closes 14 March 2028
  • Children's feedback survey

    Listening is important to us. By listening to what you tell us we can make sure you get the help and support you need. If you fill in this form and tell us what you think, we can make sure that you and other children are well supported by our social workers. What you say is anonymous which means your name will not be mentioned in our reports. What you tell us will be kept safe and will be shared with your social worker and team manager. It you tell us that you are... More
    Closes 14 March 2028
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