young people living in Bognor Regis and local area
As part of a Youth Provision review being carried out by Bognor Regis Town Council on behalf of a partnership of local organisations, we invite you to take part in this survey. We're trying to find out about activities you like in your spare time and what else you would like to see provided for your age group. Please take time to answer as fully as you like, and add any comments or suggestions.
Find the consultation here:
THIS CONSULTATION IS NOW CLOSED
BOGNOR REGIS CROWN POST OFFICE® BRANCH
HIGH STREET, BOGNOR REGIS, PO21 1RG
The Post Office are proposing to move the Bognor Regis Crown Post Office to a new location - WHSmith, 10 London Road, Bognor Regis, PO21 1PY. If the move goes ahead the branch will be run by WHSmith High Street Ltd.
It is proposed that the new branch would operate from a newly built dedicated open plan Post Office area located on the ground floor to the rear of WHSmith store if entered via the Main entrance on London Road. There are two entrances to the store, both of which are level with automatic doors being installed at the London Road entrance.
Work will be done to ensure there are sufficiently wide clear aisles and adequate space for Post Office users, including wheelchair users, so that they can easily access the Post Office area. There would be four counter serving positions and two traditional screened positions which will also provide travel money services.
What will this mean for customers?
· A new open plan branch in a modern retail environment
· The same wide range of products and services would still be available, with the exception of a cash machine
· Improved accessibility, automatic doors would be installed at the entrance
· Longer opening hours
There is a period of local public consultation on the proposal. The decision to change the branch to one operated by an agent is not for public consultation but feedback is welcomed on the proposed move and especially views on the following areas
· How easy it is to get to the proposed new location
· Are the proposed new premises easy for you to get into and are they easily accessible inside
· If there are any local community issues you think they should know about that might be affected by or affect the proposed move
· Is there anything you particularly like about the proposed change
· Do you have any suggestions that would make the proposed move better?
There is an online survey
enter the unique code for this branch 01793799
If you have a QR scanner on your mobile phone, all you need to do is scan here
You may also write, sending your letter to “FREEPOST Your Comments”
Customer helpline: 03457 22 33 44
Textphone: 03457 22 33 55
CONSULTATION CLOSES 16TH OCTOBER 2016
ARUN DISTRICT COUNCIL CONSULTATION ON COUNCIL TAX REDUCTION SCHEME 2017/18
THIS CONSULTATION IS NOW CLOSED
West Sussex Fire & Rescue Service (draft) Community Risk Management Plan consultation
West Sussex Fire & Rescue Service (WSFRS) is seeking the views of partners and the wider community on its draft Community Risk Management Plan 2016-20.
The Fire & Rescue Service has a statutory duty to consult on, and publish, a 3-5yr ‘Integrated Risk Management Plan’ (IRMP). This is an analysis of the current and projected risk profile in the county, and how the Fire & Rescue Service is organised to support local communities. We work to achieve this through a combination of prevention, protection and emergency response activities.
WSFRS has been through a significant transformation since its last IRMP was published. In West Sussex, the Fire & Rescue Service now has a much broader role working at the heart of the Communities & Public Protection directorate of West Sussex County Council (WSCC). Firefighters work alongside WSCC colleagues in Public Health, Community Safety, Trading Standards and Resilience & Emergencies to help communities become safer, stronger and more resilient.
To reflect this broader role, the IRMP for 2016-20 is known as the draft WSFRS Community Risk Management Plan (CRMP).
The current WSFRS operating model for emergency response has previously been agreed through the course of three separate public consultations. There are no proposals to change emergency response arrangements in this draft risk management plan. This consultation is to seek the views of the wider community on the WSFRS analysis of risks and its approach to risk management planning.
The draft Community Risk Management Plan should be read in context with the latest WSFRS performance data and the WSFRS Annual Report and Statement of Assurance.
The consultation closes on Friday 5th August. A report on the consultation feedback will be presented to the WSCC Environment & Community Services Select Committee on 15th September.
After considering the report and listening to the views of the Select Committee, the WSCC Cabinet Member for Residents Services will make a formal decision whether to adopt and publish the WSFRS Community Risk Management Plan 2016-20.
You can submit your views by completing the questionnaire and/or by:
CRMP public consultation
West Sussex Fire & Rescue Service
The draft Community Risk Management Plan and all supporting information can be viewed on the Have Your Say page of the West Sussex County Council website: Have Your Say
If you require this information in an alternative format please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Claire Byrd 0330 222 5671 or Gary Towson 0330 222 5002
Link: (Draft) Community Risk Management Plan
Link: Performance data
Link: Annual Report
Link: Communities & Public Protection
Your views are important to us and all feedback will be considered before a decision is taken. Thank you.