Current consultations

Find out about what we are consulting on and how to give us your views.

We, along with other organisations such as Hampshire County Council, consult on a wide range of subjects and issues, from specific topics, perhaps about changes to one of our services, to more general consultation on the local area.

Consultation on plans for Farnborough police station site

The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) held a public consultation event for the former Farnborough police station on Tuesday 9 January.

You can view a copy of the former police station consultation boards and give your views on the HCA's proposals on our Farnborough civic quarter page. You can also give us comments on the wider civic quarter site and let us know if you'd like to be kept informed about future plans for the site.

The boards are also available to view in the council offices until Friday 19 January during normal opening hours.

The consultation closes at 5pm on Friday 16 February.

Farnborough Growth Package consultation

Hampshire County Council is asking for the public's views on ideas it has to tackle congestion and growing traffic levels in Farnborough.

A public consultation has now been extended until 23 January.

There where three drop-in events in December, where members of the public were able to see the plans and Hampshire County Council staff were on hand to answer any questions.

For more details please and to have your say on their proposals please visit our Farnborough Growth Package consultation page.

Phone survey about our services provided by Serco

We are using a company (called Future Thinking) to carry out telephone surveys on our behalf throughout the year. The surveys are to help us find out your satisfaction with the services provided by our contractor Serco.

The survey will include questions about bin collection services, street cleaning, public toilets, grounds and parks maintenance and should take no more than ten minutes to complete. 

Households from Aldershot and Farnborough will be chosen randomly.

Rushmoor business network

We're inviting businesses in Aldershot and Farnborough to join our business network.

We'd also like to know what local businesses think are the key issues to be tackled to help them achieve success.

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