- The Council is consulting residents about the second part of the Local Plan, details can be found here.
- The West Bridgford Commissioners are currently consulting on the views of local residents, businesses and community groups to help steer the work and vision of the West Bridgford Growth Board. Details can be found here.
- The Council is currently consulting on the introduction of mandatory parking charges at Rushcliffe Country Park details can be found here.
Previous consultations and their feedback
- Changes to parking regulations in three areas; Bingham, Keyworth and Radcliffe on Trent,
This consultation ended on 18 January 2016.
- Rushcliffe Residents' Survey
Feedback and the results of the consultation were provided in the spring edition of Rushcliffe Reports.
Rushcliffe Borough Council is consulting on proposed changes to parking regulations at the Civic Centre, Pavilion Road.
Information on the community governance review for Edwalton ward and the request to set up a parish council.
Rushcliffe's consultion about small changes to its Council Tax support scheme.
Information on the consultation on the new mobile home fees policy.
Details on the petition from residents asking for the parish council to be split into two separate wards – one containing Shelford and one containing Newton.
We are hoping to improve leisure facilities in West Bridgford. There are currently two Council-owned leisure centres in West Bridgford – Rushcliffe Leisure Centre and Rushcliffe Arena. We think we can provide higher quality, modern facilities for much better value by expanding Rushcliffe Arena and providing our leisure facilities for West Bridgford from one site.
Approval for the building of a new leisure centre and civic offices was approved by Cabinet within the Leisure Facilities Strategy on 10 January 2012. The newly constructed Rushcliffe Arena was opened in January 2017.
Council Tax Support Scheme - survey analysis
The responses of the consultation have been analysed and can be downloaded by clicking the link below.
A number of letters regarding the draft Council Tax Support Scheme have been received and the comments are currently being evaluated.”
Rushcliffe Borough Council is looking for future uses for the iconic Bridgford Hall, and wants your views on possibilities by the 24 February 2013.
For more information visit the Bridgford Hall web page.
Expanding garden waste collection
Rushcliffe’s garden waste collection scheme could expand into neighbouring Newark and Sherwood. There are currently over 28,500 residents in Rushcliffe who are members bringing in over £750,000. However, the Council is keen to find more ways to grow its success.
The Borough Council is in talks with Newark and Sherwood District Council (NSDC) about expanding into some of the villages bordering Rushcliffe. Mansfield District Council already collect some garden waste from NSDC in areas that border their own district and this would help to broaden the availability of garden waste collection more widely in the NSDC area.
In order to assess the potential take-up of a new collection scheme, Rushcliffe delivered leaflets to around 3,500 properties to gauge interest. The response will be used to see if expanding the scheme is viable. A decision would be made by Rushcliffe’s Cabinet on 3 December 2013, with a start date for any new scheme of 1 April 2014.
Upcoming consultations will be added to this page.