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  • Consultation: Help us develop services for children, young people and families

    At West Northamptonshire Council (WNC) there is lots of work happening together to review our early help offer for children, young people, and their families, and to look at how we can strengthen this work to ensure there is the right preventative support available to those who need it. Our focus on the early help offer is about how together with other organisations such as health, voluntary sector and community organisations, we can ensure families can access timely and helpful... More
    Closes 28 April 2024
  • Tell us what you are doing to support local habitats and biodiversity

    As we enter the spring and summer months the Council is looking at ways it can help promote environmental awareness for the natural environment. We would like to understand who takes part in one of the national campaigns so that we can understand how West Northamptonshire residents have positively impacted biodiversity. Background The council supports a national campaign ran by Plantlife called No Mow May. The campaign runs each year through the month of... More
    Closes 19 May 2024
  • Have your say on West Northamptonshire's new draft Local Plan

    We are in the process of preparing a new Local Plan for West Northamptonshire which will guide development up to 2041, and we would like to know your thoughts on our draft version. What is the Local Plan? Our Local Plan is a strategy which allows us to plan for the future of West Northamptonshire positively and sustainably by guiding decisions on future development proposals and creating places where people wish to live, work and visit and will thrive. The draft Plan sets... More
    Closes 2 June 2024
  • Give us your views on our draft Local Flood Risk Management Strategy objectives

    We would like people to have their say in shaping the West Northamptonshire Local Flood Risk Management Strategy. Background West Northamptonshire Council, as Lead Local Flood Authority has a legal duty to develop a Local Flood Risk Management Strategy. Under the Flood and Water Management Act 2010, we are required to develop, apply and monitor a Local Flood Risk Management Strategy which sets out how we intend to manage floods and the effect of flooding on our... More
    Closes 16 June 2024
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