Your views and consultations
On this page you can see and have your say on consultations and engagement activities which are currently taking place in Darlington, as well as nationally.
|Proposed Public Space Protection Order – Dog Control||
Darlington Borough Council is proposing to replace all current Dog Control Orders to Public Space Protection Orders (PSPO’s) due to a change in legislation. As part of this the Council are proposing some new PSPO’s for dog control.
The draft wording of the order and a maps showing the areas covered by the proposed order can be found on the Dog Control Public Space and Protection Orderpage.
|Runs until 1 February 2020|
|West Cemetery Chapel and Crematorium refurbishment||
Darlington residents and businesses are invited to have their say on the proposed new Chapel and Crematorium refurbishment within West Cemetery, Darlington.
|Runs until 21 November 2019|
|Tees Valley Bus Partnership||
Tees Valley Combined Authority are exploring a new partnership agreement with bus operators
|Runs until 6 December 2019|
|Tees Valley road network improvement [external link]||Improving roads, improving lives - We are always looking at ways to improve the borough and its economy. In partnership with the Tees Valley Combined Authority, the four other Tees Valley councils and Highways England, we have set out proposals for better transport connections across the whole area. You can read more about the proposals here [external link].
You can download the Connecting Tees Valley's brochure about the proposals here [pdf document]
|Employee skills survey||Our Business Engagement Team is conducting an Employer Skills Survey [external link] to detail the existing skills of the Darlington workforce and to get an overview of existing employee skills and their future requirements which will help to shape project and activity in the future.||Ongoing|
|Childcare audit||Have your say about childcare provision in Darlington||Ongoing|
|Learnview||Have your say about learning and skills in Darlington [external link]||Ongoing|
- If you would like to discuss an issue with your Councillor, there is a list of wards and their Councillors
- Your Community contains lots of information about how you can get involved and have your say.
- C: Your Voice - how young people can have their say
- Information about traffic order consultations