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Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council

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Current consultations


We believe that consultation is crucial in helping us make decisions which will affect the Borough and that consultation has a key role in informing and influencing our decision making and activities. Listed below are our current consultations:  


Long Stay Parking – In and Around Yarm High Street

Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council is consulting on proposed changes to parking arrangements in Yarm at the request of businesses in the town. Businesses approached the Council to ask for changes to parking in and around Yarm High Street with the aim of increasing parking options for shoppers and visitors. A public consultation is now under way to seek the views of local people before any decisions are made. For full details of the proposals and how to have your say please see documents below.

If you wish to make representations in relation to the proposals you can email: 

Or write to: Traffic & Network Safety Manager, Network Safety Team, Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, PO Box 229, Kingsway House, West Precinct, Billingham, TS23 2YL.

You must state your grounds for objecting.



The Council of the Borough of Stockton-on-Tees Yarm

Town Centre West   (Residents Permit Parking Scheme)

Order 2016 (Amendment No.1) Order   2018


Draft Order


 The Borough of Stockton-on-Tees (Traffic Regulation Order)

(A67 High Street,   Yarm) Order 2014 (Amendment No.2)

Order 2018


Draft Order


Housing Strategy and Homeless Reduction Strategy

Housing Solution have started a consultation on their Housing Strategy and Homeless Reduction Strategy. The consultation is running from Friday 6 April and will close Friday 4 May. 

Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council’s Housing Strategy 2018-23 is a framework setting out how the Council will address the key housing challenges that face us in the coming years. The proposed draft strategy has three key objectives:

  • Maximising Housing Growth and Increasing Choice
  • Stronger Communities
  • Meeting Housing Needs and Supporting Vulnerable People

We are seeking the views of all our partners and stakeholders involved in housing: Residents, Council Members, Registered Providers, Developers, Private Landlords and Voluntary and Community groups.

Alongside the Housing Strategy 2018-23 the Council is also seeking views on the Priorities and Actions for its emerging Homelessness Reduction Strategy 2018-23.

Consultation will run for a period of 4 weeks. Following the consultation, all comments received will be taken into consideration in finalising before the Housing Strategy and Homelessness Prevention Strategy are considered by the Council’s Cabinet in May 2018.

Housing and Homeless Reduction Strategy consultation


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 apparent that responses are either duplicated, inappropriate or submitted using false personal details.