Consultation Hub

Welcome to Citizen Space. This site will help you find and participate in consultations that interest you.

Recently updated consultations are displayed below. Alternatively, search for consultations by keyword, postcode, interest etc.

Open Consultations

  • iOutcomes Framework

    We are working hard to deliver the best possible outcomes for children and young people, includ ing those with Special Education Needs and Disabilities (SEND). As part of this work we have co-produced with children, young people and families a set of outcomes which create a framework... More

    Closes 28 February 2020

  • Call for Sites 2020

    As part of the public consultation on a new Local Plan for Stockport we are asking people to identify land or sites they would like to see either protected or developed for a particular use. This could either be: Sites that you think should be protected – for example, an area of open... More

    Closes 28 February 2020

  • Stepping Hill Parking Zone Consultation

    The Council is aware of residents’ concerns about parking in the Stepping Hill area. There have been a number of public meetings over several years and the Council recognises the issue of non-residents parking in residential streets. We have worked with the hospital and local residents in an... More

    Closes 6 March 2020

  • Start Well in the earliest years – parent/carer survey

    The earliest years of a child’s life are the most important and lay the foundations for lifelong learning and future success. Speech, language and communication is important to all aspects of children’s development and key to supporting school readiness. Stockport’s Start Well ... More

    Closes 17 March 2020

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    Closes 16 May 2022

Closed Consultations

  • Admission Arrangements and School Holiday and Term Dates Consultation

    Stockport Local Authority is the Admission Authority for all Community and Voluntary Controlled schools in Stockport, it administers matters regarding admission arrangements on behalf of the Governing Bodies of all Voluntary Aided schools and Academies in the Borough. Accordingly, Corporate... More

    Closed 12 January 2020

  • A6 / Heaton Lane Consultation

    As part of the Town Centre Access Plan and Stockport Interchange projects, Stockport Council is consulting on proposed changes to the A6 / Heaton Lane junction and the introduction of a ‘Busway’ on Heaton Lane. In July 2019 a new bridge opened across the River Mersey in the... More

    Closed 10 January 2020

  • Public Space Protection Order Extension: Car Cruising

    Stockport Council put in place a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) to deal with car cruising on 17 th March 2017. This followed on from significant concerns from residents and businesses about large scale gatherings of cars at Heaton Lane and Newbridge Lane car parks. In addition to the... More

    Closed 19 December 2019

  • Domestic Abuse survey

    This survey is about finding out how well adults and children in Stockport understand domestic abuse and the support available. The Safeguarding Partners in Stockport understand the impact of domestic abuse on our families and are working hard to provide preventative services... More

    Closed 17 December 2019

  • Technology Enabled Living Survey

    Stockport Council is looking at how residents of Stockport could use technology to help them to live safely and independently at home both now and in the future. We would like to know what you think and would be grateful if you can complete the brief survey below. Your feedback is... More

    Closed 16 December 2019

We Asked, You Said, We Did

Here are some of the issues we have consulted on and their outcomes. See all outcomes

We Asked

We asked for your views on Stockport's proposed walking and cycling schemes for Greater Manchester's Cycling and Walking Network. 

You Said

You can view the report for this consultation and the details of the schemes here.

If you require this report in an alternative format, please email or telephone or telephone 0161 474 2299


We Did

The outcome of the consultation and officer recommendations on the progression of scheme proposals will be presented at the January 2020 Area Committee cycle. The Area Committee cycle schedule can be found here. 

This page will be updated once the decision on the proposed schemes has been made. 

We Asked

We Asked about your experiences and suggestions for improvement for Breast Screening in Stockport.

You Said

926 women responded and let us know about their experiences, both good and where there were issues. The overwhelming majority of you really valued this service and some reported that it had “saved my life”. You offered suggestions for improvement including streamlining the appointment system, more evening and weekend appointments, and more consideration about the location of the service.

We Did

We have analysed your responses and shared them with the provider and commissioners of this service. We will be working with them to improve the services further, using your views to help us achieve a service that works for the women of Stockport.

We Asked

We proposed a Permit Parking Scheme in Davenport and Cale Green to seek approval to implement the proposed scheme. 

You Said

The 2018 consultations asked for feedback on the proposed introduction of a zonal or street-by-street permit scheme. There was a total of 147 responses, the majority of respondents (52%) were supportive of a zonal scheme, 

In response to the 2018 consultation, a zonal scheme was developed to provide residents, businesses and their visitors with the maximum flexibility and opportunity to park.

The proposal from June-July 2019 included a new Permit Parking Zone- Adswood Lane East, Anglesea Avenue, Cale Street, Crosby Street, Lowfield Grove, Lowfield Road, Lyme Grove, Osbourne Road and Weddlington Grove.

We Did

The Permit Parking Schemes aim to make parking easier for residents and businesses who don’t have off road parking.  They are considered to support independent living within the community.  

The feedback from the consultation has been carefully considered.  Traffic Services have recommended implementation of the proposed Zonal scheme. This would be a pilot scheme and feed into the large Stockport Parking Review that is currently taking place.