Our Consultation Hub

Welcome to Citizen Space. Here you can find and give your views on Powys County Council surveys and consultations that may be of interest to you. See the list below.    

You can also use the "search” tool at the top of the page to find surveys/consultations by using a key word or topic e.g. housing, OR click here for a wider search

Our long-term aim is that this site will be fully bi-lingual

Cymraeg

Closed Consultations

  • Transforming Education in Powys

    Powys County Council is currently developing its vision for education in Powys. Following engagement carried out in the autumn term with a number of stakeholders, including headteachers, governors, school staff, county councillors, Schools Service staff and town and... More

    Closed 24 February 2020

  • ALN Parent Carer Forum Survey

    Are you a parent / carer of a child or young person with special educational needs (SEN) / additional learning needs (ALN). If so, we would like you views about the Powys ALN Parent Carer Forum: More

    Closed 23 February 2020

  • Draft Equality Objectives Survey 2020

    Under legislation called the Equality Act 2010 all local authorities are tasked with working to ensure that no one is discriminated again when trying to access a council service irrespective of their age, gender, disability, religion, nationality, ethnicity etc.. The legilsation lists nine... More

    Closed 9 February 2020

  • Online Survey - A ‘draft’ Model of Care for north Powys

    During the summer of 2019, we came out to meet with residents and professionals across North Powys to learn more about what keeps you or your family safe and well in your home and community, your wider area, and out of county health and care services today. In addition, we also asked you what... More

    Closed 19 January 2020

  • Future Aspirations

    We would like to find out a little bit about what you think about working when you are older, as well as any jobs that you might be interested in finding out more about. More

    Closed 29 November 2019

We Asked, You Said, We Did

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

We Asked

Which library do you go to? What do you do there?

Do you think the library helps you to :

  • learn and find out things
  • helps you get better at reading
  • helps you do better at school

Do you feel the library is a safe and enjoyable space?

Does is make a difference to your life?

What score out of 10 would you give it overall? 

 

You Said

57 children completing the survey during the week from Knighton, Llandrindod Wells, Newtown, Welshpool, Llanfyllin and Builth Wells libraries. 

The activities children did at the library were (in order)

  • choose books to take home 
  • read books 
  • attend a story time, club or event
  • use the computer
  • study or do some homework

53 out ot the 57 children who responded said yes the library helped them to learn and find out things. 

  • 55 said it helped them get better at reading
  • 48 said it helped them do better at school 
  • 55 said they felf their library was a safe and enjoyable place to be 
  • 49 said it made a difference to their lives
  • 53 gave it either a 9 or 10 rating out of 10 overall

We Did

Fed back the findings to the Welsh Government and have looked at the feedback so we can improve our service wherever possible. 

We Asked

Which library do you go to?

What do you do there?

Do you think the library helps you to :

  • learn and find out things
  • helps you get better at reading
  • helps you do better at school

Do you feel the library is a safe and enjoyable space?

Does is make a difference to your life?

What score out of 10 would you give it overall? 

You Said

57 children completing the survey during the week from Knighton, Llandrindod Wells, Newtown, Welshpool, Llanfyllin and Builth Wells libraries. 

The activities children did at the library were (in order)

  • choose books to take home 
  • read books 
  • attend a story time, club or event
  • use the computer
  • study or do some homework

53 out ot the 57 children who responded said yes the library helped them to learn and find out things. 

  • 55 said it helped them get better at reading
  • 48 said it helped them do better at school 
  • 55 said they felf their library was a safe and enjoyable place to be 
  • 49 said it made a difference to their lives
  • 53 gave it either a 9 or 10 rating out of 10 overall

We Did

Fed back the findings to the Welsh Government and have looked at the feedback so we can improve our service wherever possible.