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Consultations

Transforming North Northamptonshire Council’s Adult Social Care Provider Services - Consultation

North Northamptonshire Council are reviewing how we can deliver our in-house adult social care provider services. We want to improve the services that have been inherited from Northamptonshire County Council, so people who use these services experience better outcomes in the future while also improving working conditions for staff and their ongoing development

We have written a strategy which explains how we intend to achieve this. The strategy aims to:

  • provide short-term care rather than long-term care, with a focus on reablement, enablement and developing independence, moving away from the provision of longer-term support
  • make our provider services modern and fit for the future
  • improve pay and working conditions for care staff
  • consider if our buildings used for care can be made better and review other options if we cannot deliver what we want from our current buildings.

We are committed to making our services better for staff and for the people who use them. We want to hear what people who use our services, family carers, our staff and other interested stakeholders have to say about the changes we are proposing in our strategy.

This consultation closes midnight, Sunday 15 January 2023.

Have your say Please visit the North Northamptonshire Consultation and Engagement Hub for further information and details of how to have your say.

 

Term Dates for North Northamptonshire schools for the 2024-25 academic year

The School Admissions Team is co-ordinating a formal consultation on the proposed term dates for North Northamptonshire Community and Voluntary Controlled schools for the 2024-25 academic year.

This consultation closes midnight, 31 December 2022.

Have your say

Please visit the North Northamptonshire Consultation and Engagement Hub for further information including how to have your say.

 

The Local Government Boundary Commission for England has asked North Northamptonshire Council to promote their North Northamptonshire Electoral Review consultation.

A new pattern of wards is being developed for North Northamptonshire Council. The Local Government Boundary Commission has decided that the number of councillors in North Northamptonshire should be 70. This is a change from the current council which has 78.

The Commission wants to hear what residents and organisations think about their local area and is interested in views on which communities should be part of the same ward. The Commission will use local views to help it draw up proposals for new ward boundaries. There will be a further round of consultation once the Commission has drawn up those proposals.

This consultation closes midnight, 6 February 2023.

Have your say

Please visit the North Northamptonshire Consultation and Engagement Hub for further information including how to have your say.