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Consultation launched on learning disability and autism offer

Published on Thursday, 8th December 2016 in Help for adults news

Rotherham Council has launched a formal consultation this week on what the borough's autism and learning disability offer could look like in the future.


Tell us your views on town centre housing

Published on Thursday, 1st December 2016 in Consultations news

The Council is seeking views from people across the region about what type of homes they would like to see in Rotherham town centre.


Changes planned for adult day care and transportation charges

Published on Friday, 28th October 2016 in Consultations news

On 14 November the Council's decision makers will consider revised charges for adult day care and transport following the Council's consultation in the summer.


Plans to consult on learning disability services

Published on Friday, 28th October 2016 in Consultations news

The Council invites people with learning disabilities and families to join a major discussion about the future of support services if Rotherham's decision makers agree to begin formal consultation.


Buzz not the hush for Rotherham's libraries

Published on Thursday, 1st September 2016 in People and communities news

Libraries in Rotherham will be more efficient and effective under plans proposed by the Council, which are focussed on making them more in tune with what the public wants.


Rotherham's chance to have a say on new devolution powers

Published on Tuesday, 19th July 2016 in Council and democracy news

Rotherham residents get the chance to have their say this week on how new powers to be given to the Sheffield City Region (SCR) should be used.


Have your say on the future of Rotherham public health services

Published on Monday, 18th July 2016 in Health and wellbeing news

Rotherham Council is consulting on the future of public health services and wants to hear your views on what is important to you over the next five years.


Have your say on powers for region

Published on Friday, 1st July 2016 in Business and investment news

A major consultation drive is being launched across the Sheffield City Region this week to ask all residents and businesses how the new powers the area will get under devolution should be used.


Views sought on Rotherham Councilís budget proposals

Published on Wednesday, 20th January 2016 in Libraries news

People are being asked for their views on how Rotherham Council proposes to save almost £21m from its budget over the next financial year.


LEP Chairman asks business leaders to have their say on devolution

Published on Thursday, 31st December 2015 in Business and investment news

Business leaders are being urged to support the proposed Devolution Deal for Sheffield City Region.


Residents and businesses asked for views on Devolution Deal

Published on Wednesday, 2nd December 2015 in Council and democracy news

Residents and businesses are invite to have their say and get involved in the debate on the in-principle Sheffield City Region Devolution Deal with the Government.


Proposed consultation on the future of Rotherham childrenís home

Published on Tuesday, 1st December 2015 in Consultations news

A consultation about the future of a Rotherham childrenís home could begin next month, as part of the councilís ongoing review of childrenís residential care services.


Thank you, says Council Leader as Views From Rotherham report is published

Published on Friday, 16th October 2015 in Consultations news

Rotherham Council Leader Cllr Chris Read has extended a Ďbig thank youí to over 1,800 residents and workers who gave their time to take part in this summerís Views from Rotherham consultation.


Rotherham taxi consultation to begin

Published on Tuesday, 4th November 2014 in Business and investment news

The public consultation on plans to tighten the standards of Rotherham's taxi industry has begun.


Children's centre consultation

Published on Thursday, 1st May 2014 in Consultations news

Consultation with local communities could lead to two more children's centres in Rotherham staying open following the 12 week consultation period that ended yesterday (Wednesday, April 30).


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Published on Tuesday, 4th March 2014 in Councillors, democracy and elections news

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