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Have your say (current consultations)

This page lists all of the current consultations and opportunities to get involved in shaping the services, policies and decisions made by Craven District Council.

Listed below are all of the current opportunities to have your say and get involved in in shaping the services, policies and decisions made by Craven District Council and our partner agencies.

How to keep up to date with all the latest consultations

All consultation materials are available in Braille, audio, large print and alternative languages. If you require consultation in an alternative format please contact the Policy Development Officer .

The amount of time feedback takes to produce will differ according to the consultation.


Current Craven District Council consultations and involvement opportunities

Draft Local Plan consultation

Further consultation on the Local Plan will be taking place in summer 2017.

The council is carrying out a number of consultations on the local plan. A local plan is a document containing text and maps, setting out how land should be used for such things as housing, employment, recreation and conservation. The aim of the plan is to achieve our economic, environmental and social goals through sustainable development. Policies in a local plan are used to decide planning applications.

The last consultation documents can be downloaded at www.cravendc.gov.uk/newlocalplan and reference copies are available in local libraries and at the council's reception desk.


Craven Museum & Gallery consultation

Craven Museum & Gallery is consulting on the future of the attraction, asking residents to help create a new vision for the museum. More information and the consultation document can be found here: http://www.cravendc.gov.uk/museumconsultation


Public Spaces Protection Order consultation

Craven District Council is consulting on the proposal to implement a Public Spaces Protection order (PSPO) for the High Street Car Park in Skipton. PSPOs were introduced as part of a range of measures in the Anti-Social Behaviour Crime and Policing Act 2014, and are intended to stop individuals or groups committing anti-social behaviour in a public place.

More information and the consultation document can be found here: http://www.cravendc.gov.uk/pspo