Finding out your views: community consultation
Community consultation is a process where Lincolnshire County Council asks members of the public for their views on a particular issue, in order to inform decision making or improvements to services.
The county council uses a range of methods to consult. For example, residents may be invited to give their comments on a particular issue by letter or survey, or be invited to attend a discussion meeting or focus group.
We are currently inviting people to join a Consultation Database – it is for people who want to be consulted about Lincolnshire County Council and its partners’ services.
To get involved fill out the online form.
We would like you to help us give the best service possible. You will need to fill in this form and state the subjects on which you would like to be consulted.
Benefits to residents include:
- an opportunity to influence decisions and actions that affect your lives
- an opportunity to express your views and concerns
- an opportunity to suggest service improvements
- an opportunity to increase your understanding of and involvement with the council
Benefits to the County Council include:
- better decision making
- improved understanding of the needs of local people
- early warning of potential problems
- an opportunity to make services more relevant and effective
To take part in the mental health promotion strategy, please follow this link.
View past, present and future exercises happening in and around Lincolnshire.
The Consultation Strategy has now become part of the Community Engagement Strategy.
Details on the consultation including a list of services which have been proposed to stop.
The council welcomes petitions and recognises that this is one way in which people can let us know their concerns.