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View more details for consultation Tenant's Survey 2020 - Covid-19 Tenant's Survey 2020 - Covid-19 Wrexham County Borough Council 16 Nov 2020 28 Dec 2020
Why are we doing this?

This survey will provide us with valuable information, which will be used to evaluate our services during the Covid-19 lockdown.

What we found out

89% of people found the welfare calls they received from their local estate office to be either helpful, informative or reassuring.

The main reason people wanted estate offices to remain open, even if it was reduced opening hours, was so that they could pay their rent.

 

What difference has it made?

We are going to review all our procedures to include more support and welfare calls for tenants.

 

We have updated our system with current contact details following the welfare calls.

 

We are reviewing re-opening our Estate Offices.

 

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View more details for consultation Wrexham Council's Decarbonisation Plan Wrexham Council's Decarbonisation Plan Wrexham County Borough Council 06 Nov 2020 13 Dec 2020
Why are we doing this?

The Climate Emergency is one of the most important topics of our time and one which we must address quickly. The Welsh Government declared a Climate Emergency in Wales, thereby setting ambitious plans for the public sector to be carbon neutral by 2030.

The Council has also declared a Climate and Ecological Emergency which will target the decarbonisation of Council operations and promote the protection and enhancement of its natural environment.  Full Council approved a motion to develop a clear Decarbonisation Plan for the authority. The Plan will set an agenda and programme of works for creating a ‘carbon positive’ organisation.

We are asking you the community, for your feedback, ideas, discussion points that will ultimately feed into the creation and establishment of our Decarbonisation plan. We know that our work will centre on the 4 main categories highlighted, and we will give you a bit of background to each one. However;  we welcome your thoughts and ideas for each topic, and how we can create exciting and innovative projects,  that will not only support the aims and objectives of our plan, but also support the protection and enhancement of our natural environment for future generations.  

 

What we found out

The consultation showed us that in general people were supportive of the actions and activities that we were proposing to undertake as part of the plan.  We received a handful of comments from people who expressed concern about the amount of money that would be required in order to implement all of the actions, and questioning whether this work should be a priority in the current pandemic emergency.  However, on the whole respondents were supportive and felt that some ideas could be taken even further to ensure a real difference can be made to carbon emissions and the climate emergency.

What difference has it made?

The views that people expressed in the consultation were shared with Elected Members and officers, and were used to shape the final version of WCBC’s decarbonisation plan.  This plan was approved by full Council in May 2021 (see attached plan).

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View more details for consultation Council Tax Reduction Scheme Consultation 2021/22 Council Tax Reduction Scheme Consultation 2021/22 Wrexham County Borough Council 26 Nov 2020 09 Dec 2020
Why are we doing this?

Reviewing Local Discretions which are available as part of the scheme.

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View more details for consultation Virtual Open Day Virtual Open Day North Wales Fire and Rescue Service 16 Nov 2020 04 Dec 2020
Why are we doing this?

To ascertain what people want from future events held online

What we found out

The questionnaire needs to go out immediately after such event in future. 

Of those who did reply, they appeared to have enjoyed the event and made a few suggestions for future events. 

What difference has it made?

Will be taken into consideration for future events organised online. 

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View more details for consultation Senedd Yr Ifanc and Protecting Nature Senedd Yr Ifanc and Protecting Nature Wrexham County Borough Council 01 Oct 2020 30 Nov 2020
Why are we doing this?

Reducing Climate Change was the top priority for the Senedd Yr Ifanc in their 2019 Ballot voted by  477 young people (27.3%) . To find out which area of reducing Climate Change the young people wanted the Senedd to focus on they created a Poll, they identified 6 areas were Climate Change can be reduced:

Sources of Food, Protecting Nature, Housing and Buildings, Recycling, Transport and Energy Sources.

Protecting Nature came out on top, voted on by 36.36% of the young people.

What we found out

 

Reducing Climate Change was the top priority for the Senedd Yr Ifanc in their 2019 Ballot. To find out which area of reducing Climate Change the young people wanted the Senedd to focus on they created a Poll, they identified 6 areas where Climate Change can be reduced. Protecting Nature came out on top, voted on by 36.36% of the young people.

Next they asked which area the Senedd could make the most impact on in Wrexham.

Clean Up: community clean ups to support protecting wildlife came out on top with 28.14% of the votes.

What difference has it made?

The Senedd yr Ifanc aim is to support community clean ups and improve the environment when safe to do so ( Covid), a mini film supporting keeping your community clean and reducing single use plastic is being developed.

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View more details for consultation Active Wrexham Survey Active Wrexham Survey Wrexham County Borough Council 07 Aug 2020 06 Nov 2020
Why are we doing this?

At Active Wrexham, we are working to empower the communities of Wrexham to be more active, leading healthier and happier lives. As part of our work, we wish to understand what is needed across the communities of Wrexham so that we can focus our efforts to provide opportunities for all to participate is sport and physical activity. By completing this survey, you will support our work as we strive to have all children and young people in Wrexham Hooked on Sport.

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View more details for consultation Environment - Senedd Yr Ifanc Environment - Senedd Yr Ifanc Wrexham County Borough Council 14 Aug 2020 07 Sep 2020
Why are we doing this?

Reducing Climate Change is a priority for the Senedd Yr Ifanc, we have identified 6 areas were Climate Change can be reduced.

What we found out

 

The Senedd Yr Ifanc’s next step was to find out which area of ‘Our Environment’ young people wanted them to work on.

The Senedd identified 6 areas were Climate Change can be reduced and they asked young people of Wrexham which they thought would have the most impact in Wrexham.

These are the results:

84 young people aged 11 -25 participated in the consultation and 55 choose which area they would like the Senedd Yr Ifanc to concentrate on.

Protecting Nature came out on top.

What difference has it made?

further consultation needed

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View more details for consultation New Primary School on Nine Acre New Primary School on Nine Acre Wrexham County Borough Council 20 Jul 2020 16 Aug 2020
Why are we doing this?

Proposal to build a new primary school on land off Chester Road Wrexham

This consultation is an opportunity for the community to learn about the proposals for a new primary school for your area prior to a Planning Application being submitted.

 Wrexham County Borough Council wishes to seek the views of interested parties regarding the proposal to build a new primary school. It is important that stakeholder views can be taken into account before a planning application is made.

This consultation document sets out information which consultees will need to consider to take part fully in the consultation process. The process follows regulatory guidance as set out in Article 1 of the Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (Wales) (Amendment) Order 2016, & Coronavirus Covid 19 Response amendment’s to Pre-application consultation procedures, development of national significance & community & town council consultation.

The formal consultation period commences on the 20th July 2020 and ends on the 16th August 2020.

We are therefore consulting with the community, potential users and other relevant stakeholders.

We will be using the internet to gather people's views. You are welcome to ask questions and let us have your views by emailing nineacreconsultation@wrexham.gov.uk to put your response in writing.  Alternatively those not online can request a hard copy of the documents by emailing  wrexham@lawray.co.uk or by telephone on 01978 357 887.

 

Please note that all previous responses provided to the consultation will be included.

 

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View more details for consultation Knife Crime Knife Crime Wrexham County Borough Council 05 Jul 2020 31 Jul 2020
Why are we doing this?

In 2019, members of UK Youth Parliament voted ‘Put an End to Knife Crime – too many young people’s lives are lost to knife crime, the government need to do more to help end the knife crime epidemic’ as their top issue for 2020. 

Therefore, in order to find out more about the issue of Knife Crime in Wrexham, the Member and Deputy Member of UK Youth Parliament for Wrexham, with support from the Senedd yr Ifanc, have created a short questionnaire to ask other young people their opinion. This questionnaire will take approx. 10 minutes to complete and has 18 questions.

The aim of the questionnaire is to give the Member and Deputy member of the UK Youth Parliament a clearer understanding of Knife Crime in Wrexham.

This questionnaire is completely anonymous; we would like you to answer the questions openly and honestly. You are able to pass any questions that you may not want to answer.

This questionnaire is aimed at young people who live, attend school or work in Wrexham and its surrounding communities.

 

What we found out

The aim of the questionnaire was to gain knowledge of the current knife crime situation in Wrexham from a young person point of view. Information found from this consultation:

106 young people aged 11 -25 completed the questionnaire.

71 young people thought there was knife crime issue in the UK
36 young people thought there was a knife crime issue in Wrexham while
42 young people were not sure if there was an issue in the area
30 young people knew someone who had carried a knife or sharp object
40 young people worry about knife crime in Wrexham
10 young people admitted carrying a knife or sharp object
69 young people didn’t know what advice was available in Wrexham on knife crime
62 young people had not been taught about knife crime in School

What difference has it made?

The information found will help shape and guide the work of the Member and Deputy Member of UK Youth Parliament. They believe there needs to be a co-ordinated anti knife crime message spread across the county. The co-ordinated message should raise awareness of the anti knife crime message in schools, on social media platforms, youth clubs and youth groups. 

From the data and responses, the Members of the UK Youth Parliament for Wrexham and the Members of the Senedd yr Ifanc would like to make the following recommendations to improve knife crime in Wrexham:

  • Further education in Wrexham high schools to raise awareness, reduce the worry and reduce knife crime.
  • Training for professionals
  • Work conducted in Wrexham to see how young people gain knives, in particular young people who are under  the age of 18.
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View more details for consultation Borras CP School Consultation Borras CP School Consultation Wrexham County Borough Council 22 Jun 2020 20 Jul 2020
Why are we doing this?

The Council is undertaking this consultation in accordance with the Welsh Government statutory requirement for a Pre-Application Consultation for major developments in Wales. As part of the consultation process we have prepared a draft version of the planning application for the refurbishment and extension of the Borras Park CP School Infants and Juniors buildings to provide a Welsh Medium Primary School facility and neighbouring English medium facility and will be carrying out a 28 day consultation. The purpose of the consultation is to raise awareness of the development within the community, to engage local residents and provide them with the opportunity to review the plans and associated documents so they can provide their views on the proposals prior to the formal application.

You can review the following documents below:

  • Planning Application Form
  • Borras CP Proposed GA Floor plans
  • Borras CP - Existing Roof Plan
  • Borras CP - Proposed Roof Plan
  • Borras CP - Existing Plans
  • Borras CP - Existing Elevations
  • Borras CP - Proposed Elevations
  • Existing Nursery Floor Plan
  • Proposed Nursery Roof Plan
  • Existing Nursery Roof Plan
  • Proposed Nursery Floor Plan
  • Proposed Nursery Elevations
  • Existing Nursery Elevations
  • Existing Welsh Medium Floor Plan
  • Proposed Welsh Medium Roof Plan
  •  Existing Welsh Medium Roof Plan
  • Proposed Welsh Medium Floor Plan
  • Proposed Welsh Meduim Elevations
  •  Existing Welsh Medium Elevations
  • Design and Access Statement
  • Borras Park - Outline Drainage Strategy Report
  • Appendix A - Proposed Site Drainage Layout 1 of 2
  • Appendix A - Proposed Site Drainage Layout 2 of 2
  • Preliminary Ecological Appraisal & Preliminary Roost Assessment
  • External Lighting Layout - Sheet 1 of 2
  • External Lighting Layout - Sheet 2 of 2
  • Parking Assessment
  • Location Plan
  • Existing Site Layout
  • Proposed Site Layout
  • Stage 1 Tree Survey & Indicative Arboricultural Impact Assessment

Please send all comments to: borras@readconstruction.co.uk 

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