Find out about consultations in Powys

Have your say

Throughout the year we ask for the views of residents, business owners, visitors and stakeholders on a range of topics. All our latest consultation projects will appear here. Have your say and give us your views!

Consultation by our partners

Items placed here are at the request of other organisations and may not be available in Welsh

Respond to Newtown Town Council’s 5 year plan consultation.

You could win yourself £50 by completing this survey, which closes on June 6th, 2018.

Take part in the 2018 National Rural Crime Survey

The closing date for this survey is 10th June 2018

Comment on the Powys Electoral Review

The Local Democracy and Boundary Commission for Wales have completed the first stage of their review of the electoral arrangements for the County of Powys. The Commission is now publishing Draft Proposals.

The 12 week consultation period closes on 29 May 2018.

Have your say in the review of the town and community council sector in Wales

The Welsh Government is looking at the structure of these councils across Wales. 

This survey closes on June 3rd, 2018.

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We want you to be satisfied with the services we provide and we want to hear your views and opinions about changes or new plans so that we can ensure they meet your needs.

Powys is a very rural county and providing services which meet the needs of all our residents is a tricky business.  Consulting with you on our plans is vital if we are to get it right. Hearing your views and listening to your ideas and concerns can help us improve our services.

How do we consult?

We use postal questionnaires, focus groups, informal meetings, exhibitions, conferences, telephone surveys and face to face interviews to capture your views.

You also help us improve services when you contact us with comments, complaints or service requests.



Every year we ask 1,000 residents how they rate us. We ask  how satisfied you are with our key services and how we can improve them if you're dissatisfied.

We ask about a wide variety of services, from schools to street cleansing and and from refuse to rights of way.

We ask you about how you contact the council and how often.

All of your feedback helps our managers to plan ahead, consider your needs and provide better services for you.