Consultations

Don’t miss the opportunity to have your say on third sector and public sector services in Wales that affect you and your organisation.


Have your say on the vision for Bridgend town centre

The Bridgend Town Centre Masterplan outlines a vision for a liveable and vibrant place. The vision brings together enterprise, employment, education, in-town living, shopping, culture, tourism and well-being within a historic setting.The plan identifies a series of ambitious and deliverable projects. Bridgend County Borough want to know your thoughts on the proposals and what your priority projects might be.

You can find out further details and how to take part in the consultation here.

Closing date: 1 March 2021.


Your chance to have your say on improving active travel in Bridgend

Bridgend County Borough Council is working with Sustrans Cymru as part of Welsh Government’s Active Travel Network Map consultation.  The map is a plan of routes that the council will use to inform where improvements to walking and cycling should be made within the county borough. It will help to make journeys on foot or by bike across the area easier and safer for everyone, particularly those who don’t currently walk or cycle often and people who use mobility aids.

In order to design a network that works for everyone, they would like to get the views of as many people as possible, particularly those who don’t currently walk or cycle. This will help them make sure that the routes built for walking and cycling work for the whole community. Your feedback will be considered to help create the Bridgend Active Travel Network Map of walking and cycling routes.

You can share your thoughts on active travel infrastructure in your local area by using their easy online mapping tool. Simply click on the map here to leave a comment.

The survey will close on 22 January 2021.


UK-wide study of the lives of people with a learning disability throughout the coronavirus pandemic

Learning Disability Wales are partners in a UK wide study. They want to find people with a learning disability who will take part in it by talking with researchers in an interview (interviews running until end of January 2021). You can find out more information and how to take part here.


Public Consultation for new National Plan for Carers

This consultation sets out Welsh Goverment’s proposed direction for a new national Plan for
Carers. They want carers to continue their own lives alongside their caring role regardless of their age, circumstance or background.

We intend to use the final plan to set out how Welsh Government will work with a range of partners
to strengthen their existing strategic priorities to better reflect every aspect of a carers’ life.

Find out how to respond here

Closing date to take part: 20 January 2021


National Pensioners Convention Wales digital exclusion survey

NPC Wales is aware of the growing problem facing older people in accessing services that they need which has been heightened by the Covid-19 crisis, with many services now only accessible online. They  want to ask older people in Wales about their experiences in using and accessing these services and also what is needed to support older people to get online.

Have your say by completing their questionnaire here

Dweud eich dweud drwy lenwi eu holiadur yma

If you need hard copies for distribution, E: Kathy.lye@agecymru.org.uk or T: 029 2043 1570.


Carers Trust South East Wales want to hear from you if you provide care to others without getting paid

You might be a parent that has a child with a physical or learning disability, a person looking after a partner with dementia, or a child supporting a parent. If you provide care for a family member, friend or neighbour, they want to hear how they can help you provide great care and ensure you can enjoy and make the most of your life.  You can take part in their survey here


Open consultations from the Assembly, Welsh Government and others

Don’t miss the opportunity to have your say on what’s happening in Wales on a variety of topics that affect you and your organisation.

Have your say on what matters to you here

 
  • Third Sector Support Wales
  • Welsh Government
  • Investing in Volunteers
  • Trusted Charity Mark
  • Quality in Befriending
  • Healthy Working Wales Gold
  • Cyber essentials