This page shows results of consultations we have run over the last 2-3 years. If you would like to see results from older surveys, please contact the Corporate Information Team.
Proposed Public Space Protection Order - Control of Dogs survey 2017
Notice is hereby given that Chichester District Council, in exercising its powers under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014, sections 59-79, proposes to make a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) for Dog Control.
The Council plans to keep the same controls and locations that are currently in place under the Dog Control Orders (DCOs).
The current DCOs (dog exclusion order, dog fouling order and dogs on lead by direction order) and maps are available on the Dog Advice and Information page of the website and the consultation report can be found on this page.
Community Safety Partnership priorities survey - 2016/17
The Community Safety Partnership (CSP) involves a number of different agencies including District and County Councils, Sussex Police, Probation and Health Services and the Fire Service. Current priorities include; tackling anti-social behaviour, responding to emerging crime trends, early intervention and public reassurance and confidence.
A survey was conducted from 1st December 2016 to 13th January 2017 which consulted the public about these priorities. If you would like a copy of the report please contact the Corporate Information Team who will be able to provide you with the results. The contact information can be found on this page.
Council tax reduction scheme survey - 2016
The annual survey about proposed changes to the Council Tax Reduction (CTR) scheme was issued online from mid-August until mid-September (5 weeks). The survey received 48 responses, a slight decrease from the 54 responses received last year.
The majority of survey respondents (72.4%) said they pay Council Tax to Chichester District Council (CDC) and do not receive CTR. Smaller numbers of responses were received from those who do claim CTR, Landlords and those who do not pay Council Tax to CDC. owners of second homes or empty properties in Chichester District. There were significantly more responses received from women, (60.9%) compared to men, last year this was the other way round. A range of ages responded, although nearly half, (46.8%) were aged between 45-54 years.
Electoral review of Chichester District
This consultation has closed. Please see consultation results for details of Chichester District Council's submission to the Local Government Boundary Commission. Please see the Layer map of Chichester District .
Pay on Foot parking survey - 2016
The Corporate Information Team conducted a consultation project on behalf of Parking Services in January 2016. The consultation asked for people's views and experience of the Pay on Foot in the Avenue de Chartres car park since Pay on Foot has been introduced. The survey also included a number of questions about general car park use and payment options for all parking areas in Chichester City.
Community Safety Partnership priorities survey - 2015
The current priorities of the Chichester Community Safety Partnership include tackling anti-social behaviour, responding to emerging crime trends, early intervention and public reassurance and confidence. The annual priorities survey, this time conducted between 16 December 2015 and 1 February 2016, asked how much of a problem these issues are in local areas.
Chichester market survey - 2015
Questions had been raised of the sustainability of the traders market held at the Cattle Market car park every Wednesday and Saturday. The aim of this consultation was to gather views from residents/shoppers, city businesses and traders of Chichester's markets on current and future market arrangements in the city and to provide the consultation results to the Markets Task and Finish Group to help them make their final decision.
There are three separate reports, one for each group of respondents, and one additional report which sums up the overall findings:
Council Tax Reduction scheme survey - 2015
The annual survey about proposed changes to the council tax reduction (CTR) scheme was issued mainly online from mid-August until early October 2015. The survey received 54 responses, less than the 75 responses received last year.
Two thirds of respondents (66%) said they pay council tax to Chichester District Council and do not receive council tax reduction. Smaller numbers of responses were received from those who do claim CTR and the owners of second or empty properties in Chichester District. There were more male than female respondents and most responses came from those aged over 55.
Westgate Leisure customer satisfaction survey - 2014
We consulted with users of our Westgate Leisure service over summer and autumn 2014. The project aimed to find out levels of customer satisfaction with the services and facilities provided by Westgate Leisure. For the first time, the survey includes questions about the Westgate Leisure Centres in Chichester, Southbourne and the newly refurbished Grange Centre in Midhurst.