Consultation and feedback news
Northampton awarded full £25 million from Towns Fund
The Government has announced that Northampton will receive £25 million from its Towns Fund to kickstart a raft of development projects across the town.
Next steps for Northampton’s Market Square revamp
Northampton Forward has submitted a revised plan of activity to Government which will allow it to progress work on the transformation of the town’s Market Square.
Council buys former M&S building in Abington Street
We have bought the former Marks and Spencer building in Abington Street for £1.45 million as part of Northampton Forward’s ongoing Town Centre Masterplan.
Strong public support for single Market Square revamp option
Northampton Forward’s consultation on the Market Square revamp concluded earlier this month and the results are in.
Views sought on Borough-wide control of multiple occupancy housing
Northampton Borough Council is consulting on a proposal that would mean all property conversions to houses in multiple occupation (HMOs) anywhere in the borough would require planning permission.
Formal consultation on proposed Town Council for Northampton
Northampton Borough Council is consulting with the public over proposals for a Town Council to cover some parts or all of the existing borough.
Have a say over new parking arrangement proposals
Northampton Borough Council is set to consult on updated planning guidance for parking arrangements within new developments.
Views sought about Jeyes Jetty
The views of local residents and businesses are currently being sought after a proposal for gating Jeyes Jetty was discussed at a Cabinet meeting on Wednesday 22 May 2019.
Views sought on initiative for improving the shopping experiences of people with disabilities
Residents, businesses and visitors to the town are invited to share their ideas about Purple Tuesday, a new national initiative aimed at improving the shopping experiences of people with disabilities.
Have your say about the abandoned shopping trolleys
Businesses, residents and visitors to the town are being invited to share their opinions about abandoned shopping trolleys in Northampton.
Consultation on the design of future local government in Northants closes in four days
There’s only four days to go to have your say on the design of local government in Northamptonshire.
Reminder to have your say on the design of future local government in Northants
Residents, businesses and other stakeholders in the county are reminded to have their say as consultation on a re-structure of local government in Northamptonshire continues until 22 July.
Important consultation – have your say to help us design the future of local government
Consultation on a re-structure of local government in Northamptonshire starts today, with opportunities for all residents, businesses and other stakeholders in the county to have their say.
Have your say on changes to councils in Northamptonshire
Residents, businesses and other stakeholders in Northamptonshire are invited to have their say on a re-structure of local government in the county.
Share your views on new Bradlaugh Fields path
Residents are being called on to share their views on the position of a proposed new foot path across Bradlaugh Fields.
New Rectory Farm play equipment confirmed
Rectory Farm residents will see their local park undergo a small facelift later this year, with two pieces of new equipment being introduced and a general tidy-up planned.
Greyfriars development progress to be discussed
A planning application for the new mixed-use development at Greyfriars is expected to be submitted this summer, with the potential for work to start on the site early in 2018.
Borough Council opens consultation to protect two historical areas in Kingsthorpe
Northampton residents are being encouraged to share their views on the draft appraisal and management plans for two conservation areas in Kingsthorpe.
Have your say: Growing Together Neighbourhood Plan consultation
Proposals for the Growing Together Neighbourhood Plan (GTNP) have been released and are now subject to an 8 week consultation to allow feedback from residents, businesses and other stakeholder groups.
Views sought on Northampton Low Emission Strategy
A 12 week public consultation to gather views on air quality issues in Northampton and the main themes of the Northampton Low Emission Strategy began today (29 July).