Second Strategic Transport Projects Review (STPR2): closes 5pm 10th January
Transport Scotland is conducting an online survey, which will inform investment in transport for the next 20 years. This is a chance to give your views.
STPR2 will inform transport investment in Scotland for the next twenty years and your input will help Transport Scotland to deliver the vision, priorities and outcomes for transport set out in the draft National Transport Strategy (NTS2).
Further information and a link to the survey.
Integration Scheme between A&B and NHS Highland: Closes 17th January
People across Argyll and Bute are being invited to have their say on updating the document that outlines how health and social care functions and services are provided locally.
In 2016, Argyll and Bute Council and NHS Highland brought all health and social care services together to form the Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP). The main purpose of integrating these services was to improve the wellbeing of people who use them, particularly those whose needs are complex and involve support from health and social care at the same time.
A Scheme of Integration was subsequently agreed in 2016 which provides information about which health and social care functions and services will be delivered by the HSCP. By law this must be reviewed every five years and submitted to the Scottish Government for approval.
You can have your say by clicking here and scrolling down to the bottom of th screen.
Local Development Plan 2 LDP2: closes January 23rd 2020
This will set out planning and development proposals for the next 10 years from 2020 and a vision for 20 years.
Consultation Event: Tuesday 10th December 3pm - 7pm in The Helensburgh and Lomond Civic Centre
You can see the issues which concerned the Community Council when the existing plan was being developed. Some are still relevant in the New Plan
Budget Consultation 2020-21: Closes 16th December
Argyll and Bute Council is preparing to meet an estimated funding gap of £9.2 million in 2020/21
The council has identified some possible savings options and are working to identify more.
The consultation asks you about your priorities generally, and about your views on specific savings options identified. You can read them again and give comments at the end of this survey.
Police Scotland Community Survey: Closes 31 Dec 2019
The https://consult.scotland.police.uk/surveys/your-police/survey asks residents about their opinions and concerns around Local Policing and community issues. The responses will help mould the Local Policing Plan for 2020 – 2023.
Your View Counts Police Scotland Consultation:
Information on the survey from Police Scotland
Tell us what is important to you in your community – we need your opinion to inform our policing. Having your say in the decision making process of Police Scotland is a vital tool for residents of Scotland to be able to shape the way their public services should operate - and it just takes 5 minutes. We have listened to your feedback and used it to re-design and re-launch our consultation process for policing priorities, including the questions we ask. The process has evolved with support from key partners and stakeholders. Using a digital platform allows us to reach a much wider audience than ever before ensuring that everyone can have their say. The online consultation is open all year which allows you to take part when it suits you but also gives the flexibility of being able to re-submit the consultation if your priorities change. It's a very simple process that will shape the way that policing is coordinated across Scotland and in your local community. We will keep you updated on our quarterly results. The consultation will be a completely transparent process as it's all about your priorities.
Take the survey here.