Consultations

Effective, efficient and worthwhile consultation is at the heart of our commitment to the community. We encourage people to engage with us to help us improve our services and provide value for money. 

Current consultations

Local Government Boundary Commission for England public consultation

New boundaries are being proposed for council wards in Epsom and Ewell Borough Council.

The Local Government Boundary Commission wants to hear what residents and local organisations think about the proposals. A 10-week public consultation runs from 5 October until 13 December 2021.

The Commission has a dedicated section on its website where people can see the detail of the proposals and comment on the names of wards and their boundaries.

People can also give their views by emailing reviews@lgbce.org.uk, by using the LGBCE mobile app and by post: Review Officer (Epsom and Ewell), LGBCE, PO Box 133, Blyth, NE24 9FE

For more information visit: https://www.lgbce.org.uk/all-reviews/south-east/surrey/epsom-and-ewell

Previous consultations

Horton Cemetery local listing

This consultation ended on 31 August 2021 - thank you for all the views expressed. Your input will form part of a report that will be submitted to the Licensing and Planning Policy Committee in September. We were asking for the local community’s opinions (and the reasons for these views) on whether Horton Cemetery should be added to the council's local list of buildings, monuments and landscapes which have historical or architectural interest.  Local listing is a concept that is designed to ensure that the historic and architectural interest of buildings, etc that are of local importance, but do not meet the criteria for being nationally listed, are taken account of during the planning process.

Building Control Service - Best Value Consultation

This consultation ended on 29 August 2021 - many thanks if you expressed your views. A report is now being prepared for councillors which will be discussed at a forthcoming committee meeting. Building Control is a statutory service that aims to ensure the safety of buildings and the people who use them. Local authorities are also required to provide an ‘at cost’ (non-profit making) building regulation service. Due to significant challenges in continuing to deliver the service as currently provided, the Council was consulting on the preferred approach to future service delivery.

Gibraltar Recreation Ground visitors survey (November 2019)
Shadbolt Park visitors survey (November 2019)

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