Past Consultations

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Past Consultations

Results of consultations and research surveys that have closed.

Below are links to surveys and consultation exercises that have closed in the last 18 months.  Progress reports and final results are included with most closed consultations.

If you are interested in any consultations or customer research please email consultations@rother.gov.uk or contact the relevant service or staff at a Customer Help Point nearest to you.  Call the Council on 01424 787000.

 

  • Council Tax Reduction Scheme consultation

    This was a consultation on a scheme that makes sure people on very low incomes receive a reduction on their Council Tax. It is a means tested benefit. We are looking to make changes that will affect everyone who is entitled to a reduction through this scheme. CONSULTATION CLOSED

  • Proposed Public Space Protection Orders

    This consultation was open from 13 November 2017 to Friday, 12 January (nine weeks). CLOSED

  • Draft - Sustainable Access and Recreation Management Strategy (SARMS)

    This document has been produced jointly for Rother and Folkestone & Hythe District Councils and is now out for consultation.

  • Council Budget 2018/19

    This was our consultation to help inform our revenue budget for 2018/19. It includes potential changes to your Council Tax charge. This consultation was for businesses, Council Tax payers and residents in Rother. NOW CLOSED.

  • Photo of a Dog

    Bexhill and Dogs

    The Council has to change the local legal restrictions for dogs in Bexhill. During this technical change there is an opportunity for you to have your say. This consultation closed at 9 am, 19 June 2017.

  • Picture of a Bexhill Ward Map

    Community Governance Review of Bexhill-on-Sea

    This community governance review applies to the 9 wards of Bexhill-on-Sea. The review has completed the second and final consultation stage.

  • Business Rates: Reducing the Financial Burden

    The Council has to design a discretionary rate relief scheme for businesses badly hit by changes to business rates. This is a consultation on the way the scheme will work. We want to hear from local businesses.

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