Consultations and surveys

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The People's Panel
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The People's Panel is the council's primary mechanism for the public to have their say.

The lastest People's Panel survey is now open.

Complete the lastest People's Panel survey

This survey asks about:

  • Electric vehicle charging
  • What you want to see in Hull's Old Town
  • Your views about the Arctic Corsair
  • Recommended Summary Plan for Emergency Care and Treatment

This survey closes Monday 16 July 2018.

Completed surveys will be entered into a prize draw - prizes include:

  • Playstation 4 Slim 500GB, OR
  • Samsung 32GB Tablet, OR
  • Samsung 32 Inch HD ready Smart TV, OR
  • High Street shopping vouchers (up to £250)

Find out more about the People's Panel

Find out about the Enterprise Panel for businesses and organisations in the Humber region

Other consultations and surveys

Hull City Council makes sure that it meets the needs and expectations of its residents by regularly consulting with individuals, organisations and businesses.

The following are current Hull City Council consultations and surveys - 

Current surveys

Consultation on proposed changes to library provision at Avenues Library

The Avenues Library is currently delivered from a converted shop unit at 76 Chanterlands Avenue. This is a small, well used building, needing some renovation. Hull City Council has been working in partnership with the Goodwin Development Trust and the Avenues Centre Support Group to bring forward proposals to renovate the Avenues Centre on Park Avenue. The Goodwin Development Trust working with the Avenues Centre Support Group have developed a proposal that includes relocating the current Avenues Library to the Avenues Centre as part of a community arts hub. The Council wishes to consult on this proposal in order to understand the views of the local community prior to making an informed final decision on the project.

Complete the survey here
Closing date: Sunday 9 September 2018


Housing for an aging population

What do you think your housing needs will be in the future? The Council is leading the development of a new housing strategy for the city's older people. This will guide investment and will set out our priorities for the future. These questions ask you to think about your housing needs in the future, (and those of any older people you know) - for example, when perhaps your mobility might not be as good as it is now, or you may need help around the house, or with tasks such as washing or dressing.

Complete the survey here
Closing date: Monday 30 July 2018


City centre regeneration and improvement
Hull City Council is working on a number of exciting regeneration and improvement projects in the city centre. We want to make sure local people and visitors have a chance to tell us what they think and what they would like to see. Please take a moment to give us your views on this project.
Complete the survey here
Closing date: Monday 30 July 2018


Hull City Council services satisfaction survey

Hull City Council strives to continually improve the service it provides and to deliver value for money to the people of Hull and those who work in and visit the city.

Please take a moment to tell us how satisfied you are with Hull City Council's services by letting us know where you think we have improved and where you think we have got worse. We also want to know a little bit about your experience of making complaints and about your view of Hull as City of Culture 2017.

Complete the Hull City Council satisfaction survey
Closing date: Monday 30 July 2018

Ongoing surveys

Queens Garden survey

Hull City Council would like to restore Queens Gardens to their former glory. Help us to bid for the funds by telling us what you think about the gardens now and what you would like to see in the future.

Complete the Queens Garden survey


Beverley Road Townscape Heritage Scheme survey

Covering the stretch of Beverley Road between the city centre and the junction of Queens Road and Sculcoates Lane, the Townscape Heritage Scheme for Beverley Road has been awarded a grant of almost £1.6m. This is to be used to offer -

  • grants for urgent conservation works
  • property maintenance
  • historic shop front restorations
  • boundary and public realm improvements
  • fund heritage training
  • engagement opportunities

We would like to hear your views to help us monitor and evaluate how much of a positive impact the scheme is having on the area.

Complete the Beverley Road Townscape Heritage Scheme survey


Results of previous consultations and surveys

The results of previous key consultations and surveys can be found on the Hull Data Observatory.

Visit the 'Have Your Say' area of the Hull Data Observatory