Consultation Hub

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

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Open Consultations

  • One Stockport Hub Consultation

    Over the last few years, we have seen changes in Stockport Town Centre. More people are visiting the town and finding more things to do when they’re here. The challenge posed by the recent pandemic means it’s even more important to continue the improvements and make a visit to Stockport Town... More

    Closes today

  • Active Neighbourhood Engagement – Romiley

    Active Neighbourhood Engagement – Romiley A seven-week engagement period, beginning on Monday, September 7 and ending on Friday, October 23, will give residents the opportunity to leave comments on whether they support the introduction of an Active Neighbourhood in Romiley. ... More

    Closes 23 October 2020

  • Active Neighbourhood Engagement – Heatons

    Active Neighbourhood Engagement – Heatons A seven-week engagement period, beginning on Monday, September 7 and ending on Friday, October 23, will give residents the opportunity to leave comments on whether they support the introduction of an Active Neighbourhood in the Heatons. ... More

    Closes 23 October 2020

  • Stockport Children’s Book Awards

    Stockport Children’s Book Award encourages children aged 4 to 11 years to read for pleasure by celebrating and highlighting some of the best current children’s fiction. To ensure the winner is voted for by the children of Stockport, you need to live in Stockport or attend a... More

    Closes 23 October 2020

  • Tell us your priorities for Stockport

    Shape our future in five minutes Take five minutes now to tell us what’s important to you and help us shape the next ten years! One Stockport Borough Plan Survey Stockport, we’ve been on such a journey this year. We’ve pulled together as One Stockport to... More

    Closes 30 October 2020

Closed Consultations

  • North Reddish Local Centre Improvements

    Proposed North Reddish Local Centre Improvements Stockport Council has a commitment to improve local and district centres within the Borough, providing enhanced public realm. As a result, five areas of North Reddish local centre, located along the Gorton Road corridor have... More

    Closed 18 September 2020

  • One Stockport Covid-19 Survey

    Stockport Council and NHS Stockport Clinical Commissioning Group want to know how COVID-19 has affected our communities. We would like you to tell us how your lives have changed and how you have felt moving out of lockdown. We will use the information you have provided... More

    Closed 7 September 2020

  • Climate Change

    Online Consultation In March 2019, Stockport Council declared a climate emergency and agreed to become carbon neutral by 2038. With this declaration, we committed to play our part to reduce carbon emissions across the borough, and to use our role as an influencer of the Borough... More

    Closed 4 September 2020

  • Lisburne SEND Consultation

    Lisburne SEND, Offerton Background Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council (SMBC) are embarking on the delivery of a new 208 place Special Education Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Primary School, to be located at the former Offerton High School Site adjacent to... More

    Closed 19 August 2020

  • A6 / Railway Road Junction Changes

    The Town Centre Access Plan (TCAP) is a package of measures transforming the accessibility and connectivity to and around Stockport. It is making it easier for everyone to travel and specifically aims to ease congestion and encourage walking and cycling. A key element of TCAP is improving... More

    Closed 7 August 2020

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 walkcycle@stockport.gov.uk 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.