Consultation is just one way the council collects information to understand what residents and customers think. Understanding this helps us to shape and design services. When you take part in consultation you are helping the council to make good, informed decisions and provide the best service to the town.
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The Safer Crawley Partnership has a duty to reduce crime and disorder, substance misuse, anti-social behaviour and reduce reoffending. Every year the partnership reviews what it should focus on.
During 2018-19 the Safer Crawley Partnership have focused on three main areas as a result of last year; Serious and Organised Crime, Street Community and Vulnerable Individuals.
The Partnership would like to hear your views, which will be used to inform both strategic and local level work for the coming year.
Please share your views with us by completing a short survey .
The survey will close on 31 March 2019.
We want to improve the online services we provide for our customers. Please take a few minutes to complete our survey and have a chance to win £50 of Love2Shop vouchers in our prize draw.
This prize draw will take place on Friday 8 March 2019.
We are undertaking a public consultation to seek views on the current arts and culture offer for the town. The consultation, running until the end of July, will focus on identifying gaps and gathering information on how it can be improved.
The results will be used to develop an arts and culture strategy for the town, by creating key priorities for the council, stakeholders and partners to focus on that will encourage the creative industries, cultural events and activities and participation.
Further details on the project can be found on our social media channels and at www.crawley.gov.uk/arts
Last year, the Boundary Commission for England published and consulted on initial proposals for new parliamentary constituency boundaries.
The review is taking place over approximately two and a half years, with final recommendations submitted to Parliament in September 2018.
The Commission published its revised proposals for new boundaries on 17 October 2017, which began eight weeks of public consultation. All feedback from the initial consultation and the consultation on representations received is available on the website the Boundary Commission for England has set up for the review. You can search for comments either by postcode or by region.
After looking at whether any more changes need to be made, which will include reviewing all comments received at any stage, in September 2018 the Commission will make final recommendations in a report published and presented to Parliament.
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