Workplace Parking Levy

We want to hear from you on our detailed business case for a workplace parking levy, which will have an extensive 12-weeks consultation. The scheme would require Government approval. Close working with local businesses during 2022 would be carried out to prepare for its introduction in 2023. The workplace parking levy has the potential to … Read more

Wiltshire Council Climate strategy consultation

Wiltshire Council is giving residents, businesses and local groups in the county the opportunity to have their say on its Climate Strategy, which will help to shape the next five years of the council’s fight against climate change. From Wednesday 1 September to 11.59pm on Sunday 17 October, people can comment on the draft strategy, … Read more

Parking Strategy

Babergh & Mid Suffolk District Councils are producing a new parking strategy which needs to identify parking demand and supply across the districts for the next 5–10 years. It will help ensure suitable levels of car and other vehicle type parking facilities are available to support town centre regeneration (both commercial and residential) and enable … Read more

Climate Change and Environment Strategy Consultation

Councillor Steve Count, Leader of the Council, put forward a motion to develop a Climate and Environment Strategy in May 2019. This was agreed in full. The Strategy outlines how the Council will: reduce the carbon footprint of the Council and the County; help communities adapt to the change already happening; and enhance nature and the benefits … Read more

Plymouth Plan Climate Change

An open questionnaire seeking views on Plymouth’s climate change/emergency plan. The consultation invited comments on reducing carbon emissions, minimising waste, enhancing ‘green city credentials’, delivering a safe/accessible/sustainable/health-supporting transport system, transport investment, positioning Plymouth as a UK destination, meeting local housing needs

Project Stratum: Broadband Open Market Review

A request to comment on classifications of broadband areas (and availability of broadband services) according to: -‘White’ areas are those in which there is no qualifying broadband infrastructure and none is likely to be developed within 3 years. These postcodes will be targeted for public investment through the Project; -‘Grey’ areas are those where only … Read more