It’s Friday, let’s round up some consultations! Here are some fresh from the Delib Aggregator that we’ve been looking at this week.
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In the words of the Grinch, “tomorrow’s Christmas, it’s practically here!” Ok, not strictly true. But today is the last day in the office for most of the Delib team (don’t worry, we’ll still be on hand for Christmas Eve and the days in between Christmas and New Year when no one knows what day it is or when they last had a meal that didn’t involve cheese). It’s been a busy old 2018 with thousands of consultations run on Citizen Space. We thought now would be a good time to round up a few things that have happened this year so without much further ado…
It’s been a little while but we’ve decided to bring back our Friday consultation round-ups to share the excellent work our customers are doing (call it a Christmas present from us to you). The Citizen Space Aggregator is a hotbed of brilliant consultation activity and here are a few gems that we’ve been looking at this week.
The city of Bristol faces many transport challenges: high levels of congestion in a city can lead to poor air quality, reduced safety for cyclists and pedestrians and an unreliable public transport system. With the number of homes and jobs in Bristol set to rise in the next 20 years, it is vital that the transport system fully supports the city’s growth.
A civil servant for 6 years, Andrew Greenway has worked in a lot of different areas of government, most notably at the Government Digital Service (GDS) in its early days. He’s now a partner at Public Digital, a small consultancy which helps governments and large companies with digital transformation and adapting to the internet era.
The UK Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) have been using Citizen Space for a number of years, consulting on a range of issues from low-carbon electricity generation, to modern working practices, to ensuring restaurant and hospitality workers receive their fair share of tips.
As part of their 2018 Local Policing review, the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) and the Northern Ireland Policing Board (NIPB) sought the views of the public to help shape the future of policing. They launched a public consultation to explore how the police could best meet public demand and deliver the most effective local policing in times of reducing budgets. Through the consultation they encouraged citizens to learn about which issues the police are dealing with, and help to prioritise them.