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​​​​​Current Consultations​​

​We want to hear from you about what we are doing in Redcar and Cleveland. Information about the consultations currently taking place is available below.


Views sought on review of Common Allocation Policy
The Tees Valley Lettings Partnership is inviting views on its review of the Tees Valley Common Allocations Policy.

The Tees Valley Lettings Partnership is made up of five local authorities and a number of registered provider partners that either own or manage housing stock across the Tees Valley:

Darlington Borough Council
Hartlepool Borough Council
Middlesbrough Council
Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council
Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council
Beyond Housing
Home Group
North Star

The policy review has taken into account current housing need across Tees Valley, legislation and statutory guidance. Views are sought from residents, partners and stakeholders from the statutory, voluntary and community sector on the changes that have been proposed. 
The on-line survey can be found by clicking on this link: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/TeesLettingsPolicy​ 
The consultation runs until Friday 12 July 2019.

Digital Durham Programme

​Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council is working with partner councils as part of the Digital Durham programme to improve broadband infrastructure.  


Digital Durham is working to provide superfast broadband in the council areas of County Durham, Gateshead, Sunderland, North Tyneside, South Tyneside and Tees Valley (Darlington, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Stockton-on-Tees, Redcar and Cleveland). We work in partnership with Broadband Delivery (BDUK), which is part of the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS).

Digital Durham contracts with suppliers who receive public funding to provide superfast broadband in areas where it is either not available or included in any future commercial plans. Significant investments have already been made with {Your Council Name} funding, Tees Valley Combined Authority and central government match funding. Decisions on where public funding can be spent are made following consultation and state aid approval as part of an Open Market Review.  

The public consultation stage of the Open Market Review is now open. This primarily gives broadband wholesale providers an opportunity to comment on the classifications that have been allocated to areas from the data they have supplied.  It also gives residents, businesses and communities a chance to review, comment or query the current and planned coverage.

Durham County Council is the lead body for the Digital Durham programme. Information on the consultation and how to respond can be found on their website at the following link: http://www.durham.gov.uk/article/21388

2019 - 2020 Budget Proposals

We asking residents for their feedback regarding the Council's plans for the financial year 2019 - 2020. The full Budget Proposal Report is available for residents to view here


You can let us know your thoughts by visiting our online budge​t con​sultation form here.


We will use this information as develop the 2019-2020 budget.

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Strategic Transport Plan

The Tees Valley Combined Authority is currently developing a Strategic Transport Plan due for publication in draft form during Autumn 2018.

This plan will set out how transport in the Tees Valley can sustainably support 25,000 new jobs by 2026 along with 22,000 new homes.  The aim is 'to provide a high quality, quick, affordable, reliable and safe transport network for people and freight to move within, to and from the Tees Valley'.

To do this we need to:

  • Improve our local railways by having more, faster and better trains and stations, so that journeys by rail are quicker and more comfortable.
  • Maintain and improve our roads so that they are safe and less congested.
  • Provide better bus services that are punctual and reliable, with improved passenger information and facilities, which provide access to where people want to go, when they want to go.
  • Provide safe walking and cycling routes to make it easier to travel on foot and by bike.
  • Make it easier and safer to transport freight by road, rail, sea and air.
For more information please visit the Strategic Transport Plan page.​​​​​




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