Sheffield Consultation Hub

Welcome to our Consultation Hub. This site will help you find and take part in consultations that interest you.

Recently added consultations are displayed below. Alternatively, you can search for consultations by keyword, postcode, interest etc.

Open Consultations

  • 24 Hour & Waking Night Support: Staff Survey

    We are seeking your feedback to learn from and understand the perspective of care workers to support the appraisal of overnight and 24 hour provision. We are also seeking feedback from people in receipt of support in a separate exercise in conjunction with Healthwatch and the Carers... More

    Closes today

  • 24 Hour & Waking Night Support: Customer Survey

    Why are we getting in touch? You have been getting care in your home, during the day and at night. We want to know what you think about the care you’re getting – what works, and what doesn’t work. What happens to the information I give you? ... More

    Closes today

  • 24 Hour & Waking Night Support : Family and Carer Survey

    We are seeking your feedback to learn from and understand the perspective of the families and carers of the people in receipt of care, to support the review of the 24 hour home care service with waking nights. We would encourage you to be open and honest; your responses... More

    Closes today

  • LGBT+ Covid Experiences Survey

    If you identify as LGBT+ and live in Sheffield, LGBT+ Sheffield in partnership with Sheffield City Council would like to know about your experiences throughout the Covid19 pandemic and now that restrictions are lifting. This information will be used to infom services and organisations in the... More

    Closes 20 June 2021

  • SEND Home to School Transport Survey

    Sheffield City Council is committed to ensuring that all the transport we provide is safe, timely and appropriate to the needs of each individual child / young person. We would like to know your views on SEND transport so we can identify what we are doing well, and where... More

    Closes 20 June 2021

Closed Consultations

  • Consultation About Tree in Decline outside 40 Stanwood Avenue

    A Malus sylvestris (Crab Apple Tree) outside 40 Stanwood Avenue has been found to be in decline. An assessment carried out by our tree experts advises that this tree in is in very poor physiological condition , has suffered from multiple scaffold limb failures and... More

    Closed 14 June 2021

  • Consultation About Tree in Decline on Brunswick Street

    An Acer platanoides (Norway Maple Tree) on Brunswick Street near the junction of Glossop Road has been identified as being in decline An assessment carried out by our tree experts advises that this tree is in decline with Cryptostroma corticale apparent on dead... More

    Closed 14 June 2021

  • Consultation About Tree in Decline outside 45 Den Bank Crescent

    A Sorbus aucuparia (Rowan tree) outside 45 Den Bank Crescent has been identified as being decline and beginning to fall apart. An assessment carried out by our tree experts advises that this tree in is in very poor physiological condition and beginning to fall... More

    Closed 14 June 2021

  • Consultation About Decaying / Structurally Compromised Tree Outside Moorfoot Building

    A Malus tschonoskii (commonly known as a Crab Apple Tree) has been identified outside the Moorfoot Building as having a progressive lean and being affected by Ganoderma decay at the base. An assessment carried out by our tree experts advises that G ... More

    Closed 14 June 2021

  • Consultation About Dead Tree On St Marys Gate

    A Sorbus aria (commonly known as a Whitebeam) has been identified in the central reservation of St Mary's Gate as being dead. Following an assessment carried out by our tree experts a recommendation has been made to remove the tree. Once removed,... More

    Closed 14 June 2021

We Asked, You Said, We Did

Here are some of the issues we have consulted on and their outcomes. See all outcomes

We asked

We consulted with tenants and leaseholders on which parts of our services to them as their Landlord are most important to them.  This was to help us to draft a new set of Customer Standards.

You said

The parts of our service which matter most to people are:

  • Housing repairs
  • Safety and quality of housing
  • Keeping estates clean and tidy
  • Dealing with breaches of tenancy
  • Dealing with complaints
  • Being easy to contact for queries and issues
  • Being professional and treating customers with respect

We did

We are now drafting a new set of Customer Standards based on these priorities which tenants and leaseholders have given us.  We will be consulting on these new draft standards in July, with a group of tenants and leaseholders who have volunteered to be part of a Review Group for the new standards.  Once finalised, the new Standards will be launched and shared with all tenants and leaseholders.

We asked

We initially consulted on BT’s proposal to remove 25 payphones in the Sheffield Area from 5 November to 16 December 2020.  A further consultation was then undertaken from 23 December 2020 to 22 January 2021 on a ‘First Notification’ draft decision.

You said

We received five comments on the initial consultation and two comments on the ‘First Notification’ draft decision.

We did

We have now issued a ‘Final Notification’ which is our final decision on whether to object or consent to the removal of the payphone equipment at the 25 proposed locations across the city.

A copy of the final notification can be seen below.

We asked

We consulted on the application by the Broomhill, Broomfield, Endcliffe, Summerfield & Tapton (BBEST) Neighbourhood Forum to renew the designation of the forum for a further 5 years as required by the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012 (as amended). This is to allow the forum to continue the process of preparing a Neighbourhood Development Plan for the BBEST Neighbourhood Area.

You said

We received 9 comments on the consultation. These were taken into consideration in making the designation.

We did

On 24 January 2020 the Interim Head of Planning designated the neighbourhood forum for a further period of 5 years.  The forum can continue working towards completion and referendum on their neighbourhood plan.

Details on the designation can be read in the decision report which is available on our website:

Sheffield City Council - Decision - The renewal of the designation of BBEST Neighbourhood Forum