Closed activities

  • GMSS Customer Survey

    We know surveys are pretty boring and there is rarely anything in it for you. However we really need your help to keep making improvements to our service and we are ready and willing to listen to your views. 15 minutes of your time will mean the world to us. Everyone who responds and leaves their details will receive a copy of the collated report. If that wasn’t incentive enough, you will also have the option to win a £50.00 Amazon gift voucher. More
    Closed 30 November 2022
  • Community Estate Policy Consultation

    Trafford Council’s vision is for a Trafford where all our residents, businesses and communities prosper. Supporting this vision, the Community Estate Policy sets out the Council’s approach for the management and operation of its Community Estate and how it works with and supports these assets both now and in the future. This policy will set the vision to deliver a better integrated public service across the borough, working in partnership with our health partners and... More
    Closed 21 November 2022
  • DA Roundtable November

    DA Roundtable Feedback for November 2022 More
    Closed 17 November 2022
  • Moving on from BAME terminology

    This survey is part of our research to find out which term people in Trafford believe should be used to describe people’s ethnicity. We are asking you because Central Government has advised all public bodies to stop using the term Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) and to adopt the term Ethnic Minorities as the appropriate collective term instead. In order to make sure that we are meeting the needs of our communities, the Council has to write reports that help to... More
    Closed 1 November 2022
  • Healthy Weight Strategy Consultation

    In our modern world, maintaining a healthy weight has become increasingly difficult. Living an active and healthy lifestyle is not always easy, which has led to more and more people struggling with excess weight. We understand that there are many complex reasons which contribute to excess weight. This is why we think that a whole systems approach is needed, so that the healthy choice becomes the easy choice. In order to do this, we need to review all aspects of... More
    Closed 26 October 2022
  • Questionnaire for TSSP Members

    Questionnaire for TSSP Members More
    Closed 26 October 2022
  • Contract Management Training Stakeholder Survey

    Feedback survey for stakeholder events More
    Closed 20 October 2022
  • Training and Events Stakeholder Survey

    Feedback survey for stakeholder events More
    Closed 20 October 2022
  • Supported Housing Strategy Consultation

    At Trafford Council, w e know that having the right home can have a big impact on your quality of life and that maintaining independence is important to everyone, especially if you have support needs. With that in mind, we have developed the Draft Supported Housing Strategy 2022-2027. Supported accommodation is a type of housing that is provided alongside support, supervision, or care to help people live as independently as possible within the community. ... More
    Closed 16 October 2022
  • High Needs Provision Capital Allocation (HNPCA) 2022-24 consultation

    Introduction The Department for Education (DfE) has announced local authority funding to support the provision of new places for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and those requiring alternative provision. This is collectively referred to as high needs provision. Funding will be provided for 2022-24 through the High Needs Provision Capital Allocation (HNPCA). Trafford Council’s allocation of this funding is: 2022/23 - £4,728,995... More
    Closed 14 October 2022
  • Cost of Care; Survey for providers of residential and nursing care homes for people aged 65+ and all homecare providers for adults

    Dear Colleagues As part of our Cost for Care returns to the DHSC, we have the opportunity to reflect our providers’ views on market sustainability in our Market Sustainability Position. Informal feedback has highlighted significant concerns in key areas across both homecare and care homes and we are keen to ascertain the differential impact of those within our care market as a whole. Alongside the continued economic pressures, Trafford Council is... More
    Closed 9 October 2022
  • Trafford Partnership Survey

    Established over 10 years ago, the Trafford Partnership is Trafford’s local strategic partnership and is made up of private, public and Voluntary, Community, Faith and Social Enterprise ( VCFSE) sector organisations who can deliver positive change together. The ethos of the partnership is to work together to effectively use our resources and assets in order to improve the quality of life for our residents. Traditionally, the partnership has been governed by the Trafford... More
    Closed 16 September 2022
  • Old Trafford Sports Barn Consultation

    The council as part of its Leisure Strategy is looking at the future of Old Trafford Sports Barn. Following a review process and to help safeguard the asset for future generations the council has made the decision to invite organisation to apply to take ownership of the facility through a Community Asset Transfer. The council has developed a process to enable it to identify the best potential applicant for a Community Assets Transfer. The process includes submitting a... More
    Closed 13 September 2022
  • Trafford Design Guide

    Trafford is a highly desirable place to live. It has excellent schools, great connectivity and a wide range of homes to choose from. Its parks and green spaces provide relief from the urban environment and opportunities for fresh air and improving wellbeing. Locally distinctive buildings, mainly in red brick, give a sense and understanding of place. Town and village centres draw in residents and visitors in both the daytime and the evening. Trafford has much to commend it and this ... More
    Closed 9 September 2022
  • Civic Quarter Area Action Plan - Main Modifications Questionnaire

    This questionnaire can be used to make comments on the Civic Quarter Area Action Plan (CQAAP) Main Modifications Consultation. Responses can be submitted between 9am on 14/07/2022 and 5pm on 02/09/2022. Please note that this consultation is not an opportunity to resubmit comments on the general principles of the CQAAP or on the content which is proposed to remain unchanged. The questionnaire has been drafted to ensure that responses are focussed in this way. ... More
    Closed 2 September 2022
  • Families Views- Trafford Team Together

    This survey is to find out what families like and dislike and Trafford Team Together (TTT). It is completely anonymous and you don't have to give your name. The answers you give will be shared as part of a review of TTT, as (for example) "This is a comment by Parent 1 from Broad Oak School". More
    Closed 31 August 2022
  • Cared for Children Awards: Children and Young People's Champions Awards

    Do you have an someone in your life you'd like to thank for helping you? It could be a social worker, carer, family member, foster sister or brother or teacher or anyone else in your life? If so let us know and we'll celebrate them by letting them know how you feel about them! This is your chance to thank them for all their help. More
    Closed 29 August 2022
  • Council Tax Discretionary Discounts

    Trafford Council has a number of Council Tax discretionary discounts on certain classes of empty properties and as there are no government grants covering the cost of these discounts. The Council is consulting on changes to the following existing discretionary awards: Up to one month 100% discount on all empty and unfurnished properties from the date it became vacant; Up to one month 100% discount on all new, unoccupied properties ... More
    Closed 26 August 2022
  • Trafford Street Trading Policy

    Street Trading is governed by the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1982 Schedule 4. A local authority can charge a fee for a street trading consent to allow the sale of any article in a consented street. Trafford Council, in addition to street trading consents, also issue licensed pitch consents. There is currently no policy in place for street trading in Trafford; however, we do provide guidance notes to assist applicants and conditions which... More
    Closed 4 August 2022
  • Davyhulme Primary School Expansion Proposals

    Trafford Council has a duty to provide school places for every child resident within the borough. This duty has been met by expanding a number of Primary Schools across the borough to meet local demand. Trafford Council are now proposing the physical expansion of Davyhulme Primary School to move from an admission number of 70 (2 ½ forms of entry) to 90 (3 forms of entry). The Urmston Planning Area is the only planning area where live births have increased overall between... More
    Closed 29 July 2022
  • Trafford School Health NCMP survey for Primary Heads

    Dear Headteacher, First off, we would like to thank you for accommodating the school health team as they visited all Primary Schools recently to measure and weigh our Reception and Year 6 children, as part of the mandated National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP). As you know the COVID-19 pandemic changed the delivery and work programme of our school health team compared to previous years. During the 2022/23 academic year we plan on resuming health promotion sessions in our... More
    Closed 29 July 2022
  • Proposal to amalgamate Moss Park Infant and Junior Schools

    This is the initial vision developed by the schools: Summary of this proposal The proposal is to amalgamate Moss Park Infant School and Moss Park Junior School. It is proposed this will be achieved by closing Moss Park Infant School and simultaneously extending the age range at Moss Park Junior School from the current to 7 to 11 years, to 3 to 11 years. Therefore it is proposed that the Headteacher of Moss Park Junior School will become the Headteacher of Moss Park Primary School.... More
    Closed 28 July 2022
  • Mayor's Challenge Fund Tranche 4 - Wharfside Way - Moss Road (Phase One) Consultation

    Trafford Council is proposing to improve cycling and walking facilities between Wharfside Way to Moss Road. The scheme aims to encourage residents and visitors of key attractions such as Trafford Park, Media City and Old Trafford Stadia to adopt sustainable modes of travel, whilst enhancing connectivity to the wider cycle route network, including National Cycle Route 55 and Route 82. If the proposals are successful then the scheme will be delivered in two phases, with Phase One... More
    Closed 17 July 2022
  • Crossford Bridge 3G Pitch

    Trafford Council is continuing to work in partnership with the Crossford Bridge Management Association (CBMA) to improve the facilities at the site and is consulting with local people for a third time to gather their opinions. The CBMA are keen to look at the idea of installing the full-size fenced off pitch the furthest site away from homes at the top of the site near the M60 motorway on the pitch currently used by Old Altrinchamians FC. Trafford Council is in discussion... More
    Closed 17 July 2022
  • PARTINGTON Physical Activity

    Trafford Moving is the borough’s physical activity and sport strategy. We would like to support more people in Trafford to be physically active. To do this we need to understand a bit more about you and your neighbourhood. The information gathered from this consultation will be used to develop a series of action plans designed to enable people in Trafford to move more every day and improve their health through activity. More
    Closed 3 July 2022
  • Longford Park Masterplan and National Lottery Heritage Fund Bid

    Trafford Council are working with The Friends of Longford Park, lead consultants The Environment Partnership (TEP), environmental charity City of Trees and a range of other partners to develop a vision and masterplan that will guide the restoration and improvement of the park’s key assets and facilities; support our climate emergency response; reconnect people with heritage and nature and secure the park’s long term sustainable management. The masterplan will be the product of... More
    Closed 1 July 2022
  • Trafford Moving - Consultation Survey

    Trafford Moving is the borough’s physical activity and sport strategy. We would like to support more people in Trafford to be physically active, to do this we need to understand a bit more about you and your neighbourhood. More
    Closed 27 June 2022
  • Sale Leisure Centre

    Trafford Council has announced multi-million pound plans to redevelop three leisure centres in the borough following the successful redevelopment of move Urmston Leisure Centre. We are keen to hear from those who currently use the centre as well as those who do not. Please see the draft floor plans, frequently asked questions document and a virtual walk through of the recently refurbished move Urmston centre at the bottom of this page. More
    Closed 26 June 2022
  • Connecting Culture - Levelling Up Bid

    Levelling Up is a moral, social and economic programme led by Government to spread opportunity and improve services fairly across the UK. Trafford has lower than average investment per capita in culture per annum (currently £3.49 compared to £11.35 in Greater Manchester) and is designated as an Arts Council ‘High Need Area’. Although we have some existing high-quality cultural assets, our visitor economy is much lower than the Greater Manchester area, and employment in... More
    Closed 22 June 2022
  • Short Breaks Satisfaction Survey

    The short break team would like very much to understand you views on the activities available and how you access them so we are able to make improvements. We have just 5 questions we would like to ask you to help us think about what could be done better Please note Scales used in the survey are as follows: 5- Very Sarisfied, 4- Satisfied, 3- Neutral, 2- Slightly Satisfied, 1- Not at all Satisfied More
    Closed 18 June 2022
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