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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Have Your Say on Taxi Vehicle Signage
We are, in partnership with The Survey Initiative, are consulting with the public on changes to how licensed taxis display their signage.
After a number of private hire vehicles and hackney carriages were broken into earlier this year, our Licensing Committee voted unanimously to go out to independent consultation in order to establish public opinion on removable signage as part of efforts to improve security. The taxi trade is seeking removable signage in the hope that it will ensure that vehicles are not easily identifiable as licensed taxis and so prevent attempted break-ins.
We are therefore seeking views from the public to help inform any changes to the hackney carriage and private hire vehicle licensing policy via a short survey .
This survey will close on Thursday 6 December 2018.
Licensing Act 2003 - 5 year policy consultation
As the Licensing Authority for the Borough of Crawley, we are required by legislation (Licensing Act 2003) to prepare, review and publish our ‘Statement of Licensing Policy’ (2019 – 2024) every five years. The current document is now due for review to include legislative updates and consideration given to any other comment(s) received during the consultation period. Any such comments regarding these proposals may be sent to the Licensing Team . The last date for submissions regarding this matter is Friday 30 November 2018.
2018 Parliamentary Boundary Review
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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