The people, groups, stakeholders and communities of Cannock Chase are what make the district unique, and as a Council we are committed to not only listening to and responding to what our residents say; but also involving residents in shaping and improving our services.
On this page you will find information about current Cannock Chase Council consultations, results of past consultations and information and links to external consultations that affect the District
Current Cannock Chase Council Consultations
Town Centre Perception Survey
Cannock Chase District Council was awarded £20 million from the Government's Levelling Up Fund programme to transform part of Cannock town centre back in Autumn 2021. We are now looking to engage further with residents and visitors to gather views and perceptions of Cannock town centre before any of the redevelopment proposals take place.
As part of our ongoing engagement process with the local community, we would be grateful if you could complete this short survey on your perceptions of not only the look and feel at present of Cannock town centre, both during daytime and evenings but also your view of facilities provided.
Please note this survey has now closed and the results are being analysed
Tell us your views about climate change...
The Council declared a Climate Emergency in 2019 and set a vision for the District to become carbon neutral by 2030.
Local authorities are directly responsible for a small percentage of the carbon dioxide (CO2) produced in their areas, but they nevertheless have an important role to play in encouraging their residents, businesses, and local organisations to achieve zero carbon targets.
The Council’s initial plans for tackling climate change include producing a costed action plan on how to achieve its carbon neutral vision. It recognises that extensive engagement will be necessary to achieve the action plan.
The results of this survey will help us build a local picture of what people think about climate change. This will help us as a Council work with our communities to reach our goal of becoming carbon neutral.
Please note this survey has now closed and the results are being analysed.
Green Travel Consultation
The Council declared a Climate Emergency in 2019 and set a vision for the District to become carbon neutral by 2030. Local authorities are directly responsible for a small percentage of the carbon dioxide (CO2) produced in their areas, but they nevertheless have an important role to play in encouraging their residents, businesses, and local organisations to achieve zero carbon targets.
We can make a difference by changing the way we do things and the way we live our lives including the way we move around and travel.
This survey has been put together to collect information about how our community in Cannock Chase district use different travel types to get around in our day to day activities. We want to understand how you travel to work, school and social activities and why you use these methods.
If you would like a paper copy of this survey please call 01543 464548
Please note this survey has now closed and the results are now being analysed.
Results of Past Consultations
We believe it is important to feedback to the community following our Consultation and Engagement projects.
Draft Pavement Cafe Licensing Policy
To find out the results of this consultation please click here
Financial Recovery Plan Consultation for 2017-18
To find out the results of the Financial Recovery Plan please click here
Have your say on the Council's new website
We ran a website consultation from 26 January 2015 - 13 March 2015, this allowed people to provide their feedback on the old website and make suggestions for the new site. The results are available below
Stadium Play Area Consultation
As part of the redevelopment of the stadium site a play area has been developed. We visited local schools and academies in January 2015 to gather feedback on what play equipment they would like to see more of. The results are below.
Changing Places - Mill Street Underpass
Cannock Chase Council and WLCT joined forces to makeover the Mill Street Underpass in Cannock. Before the makeover a consultation too place from 3 December 2014 -7 January 2015 giving residents the opportunity to have their say about the state of the underpass and what images reperesents the District to go on the new artwork. The results are available below.
Rugeley Indoor Market Consultation
A consultation took place to gather local views about Rugeley Indoor Market to identify how to make the market more attractive to shoppers. The consultation ran in June 2014 and the results can be found below.
Here you will find details of external consultations that are relevant to Cannock Chase district:
There are currently no consultations
Last Updated: 02/09/2022