Consultation and engagement

Consultations

If you're a resident, someone who works in the city, or are affiliated to a local organisation, the council is keen for you to voice your opinion.

We want to consult with as many people as possible on a variety of subjects either online or during face-to face focus groups.

Without your input we can't make the changes or improvements that our city needs. Take a look at the range of active consultations - see how you can get involved and have your say on key Liverpool issues.

Consultation on a Public Spaces Protection Order for Smithdown Road

Start date: 29th January 2024
End date: 26th February 2024

We are considering making a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) covering the area to the North West section of Smithdown Road, including Toxteth Cemetery.

View details of the PSPO for Smithdown Road and how to comment.

Consultation on tenant satisfaction measures

Start date: 17th January 2024
End date: 31st March 2024

This survey is for council tenants to tell us how we perform in areas such as repairs, safety checks, handling complaints, tenant engagement and neighbourhood management.

View details of the tenants satisfaction measures survey and how to comment.

Consultation on the planning validation checklist

Start date: 11th January 2024
End date: 22nd February 2024

We want to hear your comments on the proposed updates and changes to the validation checklist we use to validate planning applications submitted to Liverpool City Council.

View details of the planning checklist consultation and how to comment.

Consultation on the future of tourist information delivery

Start date: 10th January 2024 
End date:  29th February 2024

Liverpool City Council is reviewing the tourist information service and considering a future public-private sector operating model.

View details of the tourist information delivery consultation and how to comment.

Adult social care user survey

Starts: 15th May 2023
Ends: Ongoing

This consultation is open to residents who have recently received a service from the council's Adult Social Care and Health team to help us improve services.

View adult social care user survey and how to comment