Blackpool Council consults with its residents and service users through regular surveys and consultations.
Surveys play an important role in helping the council to understand what people think about local services - what's working and what isn't.
Surveys also provide valuable data about how local services are seen to change over time, including people's preferences and expectations.
There are no current engagement activites
Youth Review Survey
Blackpool Council is calling all young people to complete a 10-minute survey that will help shape and review youth provisions across the town.
The anonymous consultation is aimed at residents aged between 7 and 25 years old to find out what activities and services they are currently aware of, and anything they believe may need changing to make them better.
Results will inform future youth work and out of school provisions for young people living in Blackpool. Make sure you, or a young person you know, has their say before 25 October 2021 when surveys will close.
Blackpool Public Space Protection Order - Dogs
Blackpool Council is launching a public consultation regarding the existing Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) related to dog controls in operation across the borough.
This consultation offers an opportunity to review the current controls in place and determine if the controls should be changed or any new controls should be considered before the current order expires in November 2021.
If you would like to share your thoughts about the proposals, you can have your say in our consultation that will run until 24 October 2021. For more information about the proposals and access to the online consultation questionnaire, please click on the button below.
Paper copies of the consultation questionnaire will be available via the council’s libraries, front-facing council offices and the following vet surgeries:
- Blackpool PDSA Pets Hospital
- Rowan Veterinary Centre Ltd
- Robert Jones Veterinary Surgery
- Vets4Pets Squires Gate (Blackpool Retail Park - inside Pets at Home)
- Vets4Pets Warbreck (inside Pets at Home)
Climate emergency action plan
We have published a climate emergency action plan setting out how the council and town can aim for net zero carbon emissions by 2030. Give your views on the plan by completing the survey before 20 October 2021.