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Consultations

We are always keen to hear residents' views.  Have your say by commenting on any of the consultations below. Excludes planning application consultations.
 

Draft Maldon District Green Infrastructure Strategy - Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) - 5 December 2018

The Council is anticipating adopting the SPD in Spring 2019.  Once adopted, the SPD will become a material consideration when making decisions on planning applications. 
For further details see https://www.maldon.gov.uk/info/20048/planning_policy/8114/other_local_plan_documents/8 
The consultation closes on  23 January 2019 at 4:30pm.

Draft Maldon District Council Homelessness and Housing Strategy 2018-2023 - Consultation

The draft Maldon District Homelessness and Housing Strategy provides guidance on the Council's approach to managing and responding to all aspects of housing need.  It also includes a review of the Council's Housing and integrated Homelessness Strategy.

Clcik here to view the consultation documents

The consultation period commences on Thursday 15 November 2018 and closes at 5pm on Thursday 27 December 2018.  The consultation documents are listed below:

Draft Maldon District Skills Strategy Consultation

The draft Maldon District Skills Strategy identifies the skills challenges of the District’s businesses and the proposed actions to meet their skills needs.  It also identifies ways to maximise opportunities for young people (including those in primary, secondary and higher education) and those already in the labour market in the District.

The consultation period commences on Thursday 25 October and closes at 5pm on Thursday 06 December 2018.  Click here for further information and to comment

Community Governance Review for Heybridge Basin – Terms Of Reference And Local Consultation

The District Council is carrying out a Community Governance Review for Heybridge Basin. The area involved forms the Basin Ward of the Parish of Heybridge.

This follows a petition from local residents seeking to establish a separate Parish for that area and for it to be served by a separate Parish Council (instead of Heybridge Parish Council). 

The Review is a public consultation providing an opportunity for local people and other stakeholders to give a view.  The Review will not only look at what the petition seeks to create but will also take into account the implications of any change on the existing electoral and administrative arrangements.  

The Terms of Reference document for the Review on which the local consultations are based has been published here and can be inspected at the offices of the Maldon District Council at Princes Road, Maldon and at the offices of Heybridge Parish Council at Plantation Hall, Colchester Road, Heybridge.

Livewell Strategy Consultation

We are seeking your views on our livewell strategy which will give direction to the District's health, wellbeing and 'strengthening communities' activities over the next 3 years, helping us to ensure that we are targeting and prioritising our resources to the area.

Take the survey - closing date 5 November.

Consultation on amendments to the Dog Control Public Space Protection Order - CONSULTATION NOW CLOSED

Thank you to everyone who has responded to this consultation - we had 602 responses which are being analysed.  A report will be prepared for consideration by the Council's Community Services Committee in October 2018.

The Maldon District Community Safety Partnership (CSP)

Click Here to express your thoughts and concerns on crime and disorder in the Maldon District

Community Governance Review For Little Totham

The period for comment on this Review has now passed, and consideration has been given to an outcome.  The clear recommendation coming out of this Review is that the Little Totham Parish Council should have its membership increased from five to seven Parish Councillors.  The District Council at its meeting on 13 September 2018 decided to agree this recommendation and therefore the necessary arrangements will be put in place in time for the elections in May 2019.