The county council is asking residents to share their views about whether existing pharmacy services are in the right place, open at the right time and provide the services needed. To participate in the survey, please follow this link.
Survey closed March 28th 2022.
Following the closure of the final bank in Knaresborough, last year, residents have experienced difficulty obtaining cash. There is now hope that a Banking Hub could improve the situation. Banking Hubs aim to provide banking counter services suited to the needs of the community. To ensure their views are heard, residents were encouraged to complete an on-line survey before March 14th
For further details, please see our ‘Have your say’ page
The crocuses on the Stray are admired by hundreds of visitors each Spring. Would you like Harrogate District to be proud of its green parks and spaces? Did you know that nearly 20 flowerbeds near the town centre have been returned to grass in recent years? Do you enjoy the daffodils along the roadside to Ripon and Pannal?
Harrogate Borough Council is currently seeking your views on its parks management service. Please see our ‘Have Your Say’ page to participate in the survey which closes on February 23rd 2020.
Consultation on the Draft Priorities for the North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Plan 2019/21 – Message from Julia Mulligan
I would like as many people as possible to tell me their views on the draft priorities for the fire service. As Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner, it is my responsibility to produce a Fire and Rescue Plan setting out the strategic vision, priorities and objectives for North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service over the next two years. I will use this to hold your Fire and Rescue Service to account. Before I finalise the plan I want to hear from yourself, your community, businesses and others who work alongside the service. I want to make sure the priorities being proposed reflect what you expect from your fire and rescue service.
For details on how to take part in the survey, please go to our ‘Have Your Say’ page.
Concerned about the loss of Harrogate’s Crown Post Office? Don’t forget to have your say before December 19th. There will be a drop-in public forum December 3rd 3.30-7.00pm in the Majestic Hotel. For further details about this consultation, please see our ‘Alerts’ page.
The current free TV licence for those over 75yr is due to end shortly.The BBC is seeking your views on what happens next. Will it be abolished? Have your say https://bbcconsultation.traverse.org.uk or tel: 0800 232 1382 for a paper version.
Harrogate Main Post Office set for closure
Help save Harrogate’s main Post Office
As WH Smith continues its programme to amalgamate post offices within its branches, it has been confirmed that the town centre post office in Harrogate is marked for closure. The plan is to relocate the post office within the WH Smith store in Cambridge Street. This move comes at a time when the future of the post office in Cold Bath Road is also in doubt. To read more about this, please see our ‘Have Your Say’ page, which includes an article from the Harrogate Advertiser. Make sure you participate in the consultation.
An important consultation has just been opened on proposed changes to the way in which adult social care is charged.
NYCC is consulting on proposals about how people who use adult social care services contribute to their costs. The consultation covers two main areas:
- the cost of transport to places where people may receive a service; and
- how the total cost of care is calculated.
Please go to our ‘Have your say‘ page to read about details of the proposed changes and how you can have your say.
Help save Harrogate’s main Post Office
As WH Smith continues its programme to amalgamate post offices within its branches, it has been confirmed that the town centre post office in Harrogate is marked for closure. The plan is to relocate the post office within the WH Smith store in Cambridge Street. This move comes at a time when the future of the post office in Cold Bath Road is also in doubt. To read more about this, please see our ‘Have Your Say’ page, which includes an article from the Harrogate Advertiser.