Consultation Hub

The Perth & Kinross Council Consultation Hub will help you find and participate in consultations that interest you.  We consider what you tell us and use this, along with other information, to inform our recommendations and decisions. We will report back here on what we have done with the information we gather.

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Open Consultations

Closed Consultations

  • Participation in Perth & Kinross Council Central Music Groups and Music Camps

    We are contacting stakeholders to gather views on the purpose and membership of our Central Music Groups and Music Camps which are run by the Perth & Kinross Council Instrumental Music Service . Link opens in a new tab. These groups and residential camps bring young... More

    Closed 21 June 2021

  • Ancillary & Annex Accommodation Supplementary Guidance

    Ancillary & Annex Accommodation is a development that is connected but sometimes physically separate from the main dwelling house. It can provide office or living space within the garden grounds of a house, allowing the occupants flexibility for home-working or visitors. It can also... More

    Closed 11 June 2021

  • Rent Setting 2022/23 - Your Rent, Your Say, Your Priorities

    Our rent setting process for 2022/23 has started. It’s very important we understand what matters to you, our tenants, when it comes to how we invest in your homes and in the housing services we deliver for you. This survey tells us what you think we should prioritise your rent money on. We... More

    Closed 31 May 2021

  • The new primary school at Bertha Park & future of Ruthvenfield Primary School pre-consultation

    Perth and Kinross Council Lifelong Learning Committee has approved a new build primary school to be located at Bertha Park adjacent to Bertha Park High School. A catchment needs to be created for the new school. The catchment review will also consider the future of Ruthvenfield Primary... More

    Closed 21 May 2021

  • Rural Housing Scotland - Comrie & St Fillans Housing Survey

    Rural Housing Scotland is a national charity which works to support the development of affordable housing to meet local needs. We work across Scotland undertaking community engagement, surveys of housing needs, supporting land assembly and construction. Rural Housing Scotland has been... More

    Closed 1 May 2021

We Asked, You Said, We Did

Here are some of the issues we have consulted on and their outcomes. See all outcomes

We asked

We asked you what your priorities were for spending your rent money on Housing Services for 2022/23

You said

What you told us about your priorities for Housing Services was included in this presentation which was given to the Summer Tenant Conference on June 17th 2021. 

We did

We will use the feedback you gave us to formulate rent level options for 2022/23 that will enable us to deliver on your spending priorities.

Each tenant will be given the opportunity to vote on these options later this year.

Thank you to every tenant who took part in the consultation. 

We asked

We asked for your feedback on the draft Food Growing Strategy to make sure that we are going in the right direction. We wanted to know whether we identified all the communities with demand for support and whether we selected the right actions to focus on.

You said

We received over 50 comments to our online survey and 50 attendees took part in our online workshops we held in February. We are currently in the process of analysing the representations and identifying where we can improve the draft strategy.

We did

In the coming months, we will finalise the Food Growing Strategy based on your comments and identify where we require additional resources to deliver the action plan. We will report our findings and the finalised strategy back to committee later in 2021.

We asked

Climate Change is having a significant and detrimental impact to our surrounding environment and nature. We must adapt our lifestyle and habits to see the benefits such as; an improvement in health, saving money on energy and carbon saving actions, and encouraging more biodiversity in our natural environment.

We asked what challenges you face in tackling Climate Change and how we can work together to become a climate resilient Perth and Kinross.

You said

We received comments and feedback across all five phases of the engagement, as well as online sessions hosted by PKC and Climate Cafés across the region, to highlight the key areas which you feel should be prioritised and what actions and next steps we should take. The following were some of the feedback and suggestions from phase 1;

 

  • Perth & Kinross Council should lead by example and set their own ambitious targets.
  • Suggestion of a Citizen Panel to be established.
  • More information and guidance is needed from the Council to help communities, businesses, and all other stakeholders with behavioural changes.

We did

Along with the action points and next steps from the series of online sessions and Climate Cafés, the results of the engagement will be presented to the Council in late summer 2021.The full analysis of the engagement process will be published in our Climate Change Action Plan Report.