Strategic Equality Plan (2020-2024)
10 January – 17 February 2020
The council is consulting on its draft strategic equality objectives for 2020 – 2024. Please complete this short online survey to share your views.
The accompanying consultation document sets out our draft equality objectives and outlines how they contribute to wider strategic documents.
School Admissions Policy 2021-22
8 January - midnight 28 February 2020
Newport City Council is consulting on proposed changes to the school admission arrangements effective from September 2021.
Download and comment on the draft School Admissions Policy 2021-22 (pdf)
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or write to: School Admissions Manager, Education Services, Newport City Council, Civic Centre, Newport NP20 4UR
Resident Parking Permits
29 January - 28 February 2020
Residents who are already eligible for a resident parking permit are asked to complete our resident parking permits survey to help us shape the scheme in the future.
Local Toilets Strategy
7 February - 6 March 2020
Newport City Council has a responsibility to assess the community’s need for toilets and to put in place a local toilets strategy to identify actions required to meet this need.
To help us prepare this draft strategy, we gathered the views of residents and visitors on whether there were enough toilets available to the public across the Newport area, in the right places, and whether the types of toilets available met the needs of the public.
Before the strategy is finalised, we would welcome your views which can be given by completing the local toilets strategy survey.
View local toilets draft strategy (pdf)
Draft taxi licensing policy
10 February - 23 March 2020
The council is consulting on a draft taxi licensing policy, please share your views...
Additional Protection to Conservation Areas
14th February - 13th March
Following a process of Conservation Areas appraisals, the Council is proposing to introduce additional protection to three Conservation Areas within Newport: Caerleon, Stow Park & The Shrubbery.
This additional protection comes in the form of an Article 4(2) Direction. This direction means that some alterations to a domestic property within either of the three conservation areas, cannot be made without the need for planning consent e.g. removal or renewal of windows and doors.
Please follow the links to view the Article 4(2) Directions in full:
The directions have been sent to each property within the Conservation Area and if you wish a copy can be made available to view at the Civic Centre, please email the address below with your request. You are invited to provide comments to the Council concerning any of the Article 4(2) Direction before 13 March 2020 by emailing email@example.com..
It is important to note that the effects of the Article 4(2) Directions are in place as of the 14 February 2020 yet are subject to consultation. Following the consultation period, the Council will consider the responses received and consider whether to formally confirm the Direction. Conformation will be send to those properties directly affected
Newport City Council Budget 2020/2021
Closed 31 January 2020
The council’s Cabinet considered a draft budget for 2020/21 and how services could be delivered within the limited resources available.
Sustainable travel - draft supplementary planning guidance
Closed 29 November 2019
We asked for comments on draft supplementary planning guidance relating to sustainable travel within new developments and surrounding links.
Street naming and numbering policy review
Closed 8 September 2019
We asked for your views on the review and update of the council's adopted policy for street naming and numbering...
New Welsh-medium primary school
Closed 13 September 2019
We consulted on the proposal to establish a new Welsh-medium seedling primary school...
Draft Supplementary Planning Guidance
Closed 2 August 2019
The council consulted on draft Supplementary Planning Guidance documents prepared to supplement policies in the Adopted Local Development Plan.
Local toilets strategy
Closed 9 July 2019
We asked people to share views on a local toilets strategy for Newport...
Eveswell and Somerton primary schools federation
Closed 14 July 2019
We asked for views about the proposal to establish The Eveswell and Somerton Primary School Partnership...
Closed 30 June 2019
The way we travel leaves a trail of noise and air pollution as well as carbon emissions, we asked people to share their views on our Sustainable Travel Strategy.
Expansion of Ysgol Bryn Derw
Closed 11 June 2019
Newport City Council consulted on the proposal to expand Ysgol Bryn Derw and increase the capacity of the school from 48 to 68 with effect from January 2020.
Thank you for sharing your views
All of our consultations should be available bilingually, if they are not then please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contributions and responses are welcomed in Welsh and should you wish to attend a public event and wish to use Welsh please let us know beforehand so we can provide simultaneous translation: email@example.com