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Current and partner consultations

Consultations are key to our decision making and we ask questions on many aspects of our service planning and delivery.

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Current consultations

Safer Stockton Partnership Survey

Every year the Safer Stockton Partnership (SSP) undertake a strategic assessment on crime and anti-social behaviour. As part of this assessment, its important to us that we reflect the views of residents in Stockton -on-Tees which we use to assess and inform our community safety strategy.

We are now wanting to seek your views, to understand how you feel about crime and anti-social behaviour in Stockton-on-Tees. Your responses are important and will help to shape the focus of the Safer Stockton Partnership's work in the coming year. Closing date for feedback is Tuesday 31 May 2022.

Take part in the Safer Stockton Partnership survey


Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA) 

Stockton-on-Tees Health and Well Being Board (HWB) is responsible for the production of a Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA). A review of Stockton-on-Tees's PNA has been undertaken and, as required, a 60 day consultation is now being undertaken in relation to the revised draft PNA 2022. We welcome your views and comments on the proposed  Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment 2022 (PDF) [6MB]  by taking part in the feedback survey between 4 April and 6 June 2022.



Consultations by our partners

In this section you can see ongoing consultations conducted by our partners in Stockton-on-Tees, as well as nationally.

BDUK's Project Gigabit

BDUK have now considered all comments submitted as part of the OMR and Public Review process.

A Public Review Closure Note is now available, which details information on the outcome and includes a postcode-level map showing eligible premises.

BDUK are expected to release a procurement in January 2022, where suppliers will be invited to bid for the opportunity to deliver gigabit-capable broadband coverage to eligible premises.

Consultation terms and conditions

For consultation data quality management purposes, we reserve the right to remove individual sets of responses from final consultation data sets where it is clear that responses are either duplicated, inappropriate or submitted using false personal details.