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Newport City Council regularly seeks the views of local residents and businesses on important local issues.
20 December 2016 - 28 February 2017
Newport City Council welcomes comments on the draft policy on the provision of pavement cafes in the city
31 January - 1 March 2017
Newport City Council is consulting on proposed changes to school admission arrangements effective from September 2018, download the proposed School Admissions Policy 2018-2019 (pdf)
Closed 3 February 2017
Residents and people who work in Pill were asked to share views to help to reduce crime, fear of crime and anti-social behaviour in the area.
Closed 31 January 2017
The council asked for comments on its draft five year Welsh language strategy for Newport.
Closed 20 January 2017
People were asked to share comments on the council's budget proposals for 2017 - 2018
Closed 15 January 2017
The council welcomed comments on the proposed Pillgwenlly PSPO
Joint proposal to amalgamate Malpas Church in Wales Infant School and Malpas Church in Wales Junior School
Closed 2 January 2017
The proposal to establish a new primary school on the Jubilee Park housing development
Closed 7 December 2016
A public consultation on an application to operate two biomass boilers.
Closed 31 October 2016
The Housing (Wales) Act 2014 gives the council discretionary powers to charge extra council tax on long-term empty dwellings.
This annual consultation helps shape the planning and development of childcare in Newport.
Newport residents were invited to take part in this survey aimed at improving the economic,social, environmental andcultural wellbeing of Wales and Newport.
Closed 16 October 2016
Newport City Council consulted on the proposal to amalgamate Duffryn infant school and Duffryn junior school.
Closed 16 October 2016
Newport City Council consulted on the proposal to amalgamate Milton infant school and Milton junior school.
Closed 30 September 2016
The council consulted on draft Supplementary Planning Guidance (SPG) documents, prepared to supplement policies in the Adopted Local Development Plan.
Closed 19 September 2016
This review of the council's taxi licensing policy is aimed at ensuring continued access to a reliable, safe, modern taxi fleet.