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This page brings together some of the current consultations the Council and other organisations are seeking your views on:

  • Leisure strategy consultation - we are consulting on our draft leisure strategy for 12 weeks until 13 February 2015. Follow this link to view the draft strategy and to give us your feedback.
  • Deben Estuary Plan public consultation - have your say on how flood defences and other issues affecting the Deben estuary should be managed. To read the plan and give your comments visit www.debenestuarypartnership.co.uk. Drop-in events at Woodbridge Community Centre (26 November, 2 - 6.30pm, talk at 5.30pm), Felixstowe Ferry Sailing Club (27 November, 2 - 7.30pm, talk at 6.30pm), Sutton Memorial Hall (3 December, 2 - 7.30pm, talk at 6.30pm), Waldringfield Village Hall (11 December, 2 - 7.30pm, talk at 6.30pm). Closing date for comments is Monday 5 January 2015.
  • Sustainability Appraisal Scoping Report consultation - we are consulting on the Sustainability Appraisal Scoping Report for the Site Allocations and Area Specific Policies Development Plan Document and the Felixstowe Peninsula Area Action Plan for a 5 week period from 7 November until 12 December 2014.
  • Plans to extend opening hours and services at Felixstowe Library - Suffolk Libraries are working with Suffolk Coastal to increase the number of services provided from Felixstowe Library. To accommodate any new services the library is likely to be increasing its opening hours from six to seven days a week with the library opening on Mondays in future. Suffolk Libraries are looking for customers’ views about the opening times. Survey postcards are available from the library for people to fill in and there is an online survey. The consultation closes on Friday 21 November 2014.
  • Suffolk Speaks Citizen Panel - take part in surveys and customer focus groups run by public bodies in Suffolk.
  • Submitting petitions to Suffolk Coastal

Follow these links to find out how to have your say on planning applications and licensing applications and how to comment or make a complaint about any of our services.