Adventure playground proposal in Williamson Park
Lancaster City Council is currently working on proposals for an exciting new woodland adventure playground in Williamson Park. Based in the southern tip of Fenham Carr, the vision for the flagship attraction is to create a series of woodland structures connected by a variety of raised walkways, bridges and tunnels with integrated play equipment such as slides, nets, tunnels and ladders. If you want to have your say on the proposals and or to find out more see the playground proposal page.
Lancaster City Council residents' survey
Please spare five minutes to complete the Lancaster City Council residents survey and have your say about your local area, the council and some of its services. We would like to know how satisfied you are and if you think that you are getting value for money as a resident of the Lancaster District. Services being monitored include street cleanliness, parks and open spaces, refuse collection and household recycling. This is an ongoing survey which will be reviewed on a regular basis and reported annually. The results will be monitored to help to review how the council is performing and the results of the questionnaire may prompt further investigation with customers and staff.
Park health check survey
Please spare six minutes to complete the Park Health Check survey and have your say about your Lancaster Distict parks. Your feedback will help us to maintain, manage and improve your parks
Local plan and planning policy consultations
Please visit the planning policy consultation web page for more information.
Lancaster City Council services
Email us suggestions and ideas on how we can improve our services.
Lancashire County Council consultation
Lancaster’s Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) - ended November 2019
Lancaster City Council asked local residents and businesses for their views on the success of a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) which has been in force in Lancaster City Centre for the last 3 years. PSPOs were granted under section 59 of the Antisocial Behaviour (ASB), Crime and Policing Act 2014 to allow authorised council officers and the police to introduce new measures to tackle antisocial behaviour and to improve public safety in a defined area such as Lancaster City Centre. Before it can be renewed, the council consulted with the public and local businesses about how well it has worked and if any adjustments need to be made. Currently those responses are being considered. More information can be found on the Public Spaces Protection Order webpage.
Local businesses invited to have their say - ended November 2019
Lancaster City Council asked local businesses for their views on what it’s like to operate in the district with the launch of an online survey. The aim of the survey was to gather feedback from local businesses to help the council focus on ways in which it can help provide the best environment for them to grow and prosper. Responses to the survey are now being considered.