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  • Starting Strong

    Thank you for attending the Starting Strong workshops. We hope you find them useful and that they give you tools and confidence to support your child and your family. This survey allows us to gather some feedback from the sessions, what worked well, what not so well and any other comments you would like to add. We really do appreciate your time and feedback. More
    Closed 31 May 2023
  • Seymour Park School Street Proposal

    What is a School Street? The purpose of a school street is to tackle the congestion at the school gates and improve the air quality for travel to school. When the school street is operational at the start and end of the school day, the road becomes a temporary walking and cycling in line with Trafford Council’s Walking, Wheeling and Cycling Strategy. Access would still be maintained for residents, businesses, valid blue badge holders, pedestrians, and cyclists. Emergency... More
    Closed 31 May 2023
  • Urmston School Street

    What is a School Street? The purpose of a school street is to tackle the congestion at the school gates and improve the air quality for travel to school. When the school street is operational at the start and end of the school day, the road becomes a temporary walking and cycling zone. Access would still be maintained for residents, businesses, pedestrians, and cyclists and valid blue badge holders. Emergency vehicles would also always have access. Aims By temporarily... More
    Closed 5 May 2023
  • How is your IRO doing?

    This is your chance to let us know how you think your Independent Reviewing Officer (IRO) is doing. More
    Closed 30 April 2023
  • Trafford Head Teacher Questionnaire - School Streets

    A School Street is a timed road closure where motorised traffic is restricted on one or more roads outside of a school at school drop-off and pick-up times. The aim is to create an appealing, child-friendly environment, where road space is reallocated to make it easier for people to walk and cycle to school and air quality is improved. Currently in Greater Manchester, over a third of primary schools are affected by poor air quality, contributed to significantly by motor vehicle... More
    Closed 28 April 2023
  • Basic Sleep Training Feedback

    Thank you for attending the Basic sleep training provided by the Together Trust. In order to make sure the training is targeted and pitched at the right level, we would really appreciate your feedback. The evaluation is designed to capture your thoughts on your experience of the training programme and what you have learnt from the training. More
    Closed 26 April 2023
  • Healthy Lives Feedback Session

    This is an opportunity for you as provider to feedback how you have found the service More
    Closed 20 April 2023
  • Trafford`s Sleep Service

    Trafford`s Early help team are interested in understanding the support in place for children and families struggling with sleep issues. The Together Trust is commissioned to delivered bespoke sleep support to children and their families. We are seeking input from professionals who refer into Sleep tight to understand local trends and the effectiveness of the current offer. The survey should take no more than 5 minutes of your time to complete. Your feedback is appreciated. More
    Closed 12 April 2023
  • SENCo forum survey

    As a team, we really want the SENCO forum to be useful to you and accessible for you. We would also like to find out if there are barriers to your attendance. In addition, for those who attended the March SENCO forum, we would like to get your feedback about what was helpful and any suggestions that you have for improvements. More
    Closed 6 April 2023
  • RPC evaluation

    Thank you for attending the RPC training. In order to make sure the training is targeted and pitched at the right level, we would really appreciate your feedback. The evaluation is designed to capture your thoughts on your experience of the training programme and what you have learnt from the training. In order to ensure the effectiveness of the training when you are working with families, we will be carrying out an additional evaluation in 3 – 6 months time. This... More
    Closed 31 March 2023
  • Tennis: Improvement Fund Consultation

    Trafford Council is seeking to improve and sustain the quality of Park Tennis Courts across the borough by accessing funding from the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA). To enable this much needed investment the council is seeking to install access gates and introduce charge for use . The revenue generated will be used to maintain the courts, so they remain in use for future generations. Alongside this the council is seeking to work with a tennis provider to encourage more use of parks courts... More
    Closed 22 March 2023
  • Care experience being a protected characteristic

    The independent review of children’s social care has recommended that the g overnment should make care experience a protected characteristic This means it will be against the law to discriminate against someone because they are or have been cared for and will mean that those with care experience will have the same protections from discrimination as the other nine protected characteristics; age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy... More
    Closed 10 March 2023
  • Social Housing Smoking Cessation Consultation

    Trafford Council's Public Health team is looking to work with housing associations to reduce smoking prevlance in their residents. Here's why: The smoking rate among social housing residents is one of the highest in England. Higher rates of smoking mean people living in social housing are disproportionately affected by the substantial health and economic inequalities caused by smoking. The gap in smoking rates between people living in social housing and people living in... More
    Closed 8 March 2023
  • NHS Healthy Start Research

    The purpose of this questionnaire is to gather research from those that are pregnant, new parents and experienced parents about their experiences with NHS Healthy Start, we hope to hear about how people have experienced the process of obtaining vouchers, navigating the system and the amount that is allocated etc. This information will be used to inform Trafford Council’s response to National government on this issue. More
    Closed 6 March 2023
  • Walking, Wheeling and Cycling Strategy

    Trafford Council have developed 3 priorities in it's corporate plan to improve the lives and wellbeing of residents. The priorities are: 1) Reducing Health Inequalities 2) Supporting People Out Of Poverty and 3) Addressing Our Climate Crisis Trafford Council have therefore developed a draft Walking, Wheeling and Cycling strategy (see bottom of this page for a link to the draft strategy) with the vision that, "Trafford is a green and connected borough where more people... More
    Closed 12 February 2023
  • Scrutiny Committee review of Events at Old Trafford Football Ground Survey

    Trafford Council's Scrutiny Committee have created a Task and Finish Group to look at the impact events held at Old Trafford Football Stadium have on the local community. As part of their work the group would like to engage with the communities surrounding Old Trafford Football Stadium affected by the large influx of people whenever a football game, concert, or other event are held at the venue. The aim of the group is to understand the current situation and through collaboration with local... More
    Closed 10 February 2023
  • 10 Year Estates Strategy Consultation- External

    Property and Estates is essential to all aspects of the Council's operations. Our communities rely on the services provided by our portfolio of offices, depots, libraries, care homes, and other Council assets. Our commercial property portfolio generates revenue that helps the Council deliver on its priorities. Our future development portfolio represents an opportunity to provide high-quality housing for our residents while reducing our environmental impact. Council budgets have never... More
    Closed 19 January 2023
  • SENAS Early Years Team Parent views

    We are reviewing our service and would like your feedback to improve what we offer to settings and to families More
    Closed 16 January 2023
  • SENAS Early Years Team Settings Views

    We our reviewing our service and would like your feedback to improve what we offer to settings and families. More
    Closed 16 January 2023
  • Short Break Parent / Carer Questionnaire

    Trafford Council Early Help Commissioning team have identified some underspend within their budget which they would like to use to help increase capacity for the short breaks offer. This funding is a one-off payment, so however it is used will only be for a short term. However, we would like to get your views as the families who do, or are eligible to, access the current short break offer to ensure we are spending the money in the most effective way for you. Currently Trafford... More
    Closed 13 January 2023
  • Trafford Housing Needs Survey

    Welcome to the 2022 Trafford Council housing needs survey. A letter inviting people to take part has been sent to a sample of residents across Trafford but anyone living in the borough can fill in the survey. This study is being carried out by arc4 Ltd on behalf of Trafford Council This research will find out the need for different types and sizes of homes needed to buy and rent in Trafford for all residents. More
    Closed 7 January 2023
  • Street Lighting Consultation 2023/24

    One of Trafford Council's corporate priorities is to tackle the climate emergency. Using less energy and reducing consumption of electricity used by street lighting, will support this priority. Due to current volatile energy markets, the costs associated with street lighting, has more than doubled in the last 12 months alone. Therefore, proposals to alter the timings and illumination levels are being explored. The Council is looking to manage its energy consumption... More
    Closed 5 January 2023
  • Traffic Management Act Part 6 Public Consultation - Moving Traffic Offences

    Background From 31 May 2022, local highway authorities in England outside of London have been able to apply to the Secretary of State for new powers to enforce 'moving traffic offences'. See signage that this applies to Moving traffic offences include: Entering yellow box junctions when the exit is not clear Driving through a 'No Entry' sign Turning left or right when instructed not to do so ... More
    Closed 2 January 2023
  • Alley Gating

    Alley Gate Questionaire More
    Closed 31 December 2022
  • Active Travel Fund - A56 Corridor Interim Cycling and Walking Improvements (Phase One - A5014 Chester Road) Consultation

    During the early stages of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020 and as part of the Emergency Active Travel Funding, Trafford Council installed temporary cycle lanes on the A56 and Edge Lane. This was to facilitate non-motorised transport choices for shorter journeys, such as cycling and walking. As Covid-19 restrictions have reduced, the Council is seeking to remove the temporary cycle lanes and consult the public on an interim solution for the route that best meets the needs and... More
    Closed 18 December 2022
  • Trafford CYP support and services networking forum

    Trafford Start Well Public Health & Commissioning Team is seeking to establish a Trafford children’s networking forum. This will bring together service providers and VCFSE organisations across the borough to improve the health and wellbeing of our children, young people and families. More
    Closed 14 December 2022
  • RPC Needs Assessment Survey 2

    Earlier in 2022, Trafford conducted a Reducing Parental Conflict (RPC) needs assessment to help us to better understand local trends such as frequency and intensity of parental conflict, the prevalence of parental conflict within certain populations such as low income families, teenage parents, lone parents etc. so that we could effectively commission services to address these needs. To do this, we sought input from partners and frontline practitioners to identify... More
    Closed 11 December 2022
  • Partington Physical Activity Consultation

    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 4 December 2022
  • Winter Pack Volunteering

    Want to help volunteer to support vulnerable residents this winter? The Council will be providing over 3,000 Winter Wellbeing packs to some of our most vulnerable residents during the winter period. To support this and after the amazing staff response we received last year, we are asking all our staff if they would be interested in volunteering some of their time again to help pack these at the town hall and/or to deliver them to residents across the borough. If you can help,... More
    Closed 2 December 2022
  • 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
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