Don't let your future go to waste

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We would like to hear your views on our proposed Waste Strategy, which will shape how the Council delivers waste services over the next 10 years.


We are preparing a new strategy to ensure that our vision and priorities reflect the needs of our communities, are aligned to emerging national plans and policies, as well as helping to address our climate emergency.

The new strategy will also help the Council ensure that the waste collection and recycling services are managed in a cost-effective way.

We would like to hear your views on:

  • The proposed key priorities for our strategy

  • The options we are considering to achieve these priorities

  • The options for the future kerbside waste collection service.

To find out more please watch our information video or visit our interactive virtual exhibition space.

Alternatively you can read further information by clicking on the links below.


How to get involved

Resident discussion groups - Thank you to everyone who registered an interest in attending one of our discussion groups; we have had an overwhelming response. We are in the process of allocating places and will be contacting people shortly.

This consultation will be open until Thursday 18 March.


We would like to hear your views on our proposed Waste Strategy, which will shape how the Council delivers waste services over the next 10 years.


We are preparing a new strategy to ensure that our vision and priorities reflect the needs of our communities, are aligned to emerging national plans and policies, as well as helping to address our climate emergency.

The new strategy will also help the Council ensure that the waste collection and recycling services are managed in a cost-effective way.

We would like to hear your views on:

  • The proposed key priorities for our strategy

  • The options we are considering to achieve these priorities

  • The options for the future kerbside waste collection service.

To find out more please watch our information video or visit our interactive virtual exhibition space.

Alternatively you can read further information by clicking on the links below.


How to get involved

Resident discussion groups - Thank you to everyone who registered an interest in attending one of our discussion groups; we have had an overwhelming response. We are in the process of allocating places and will be contacting people shortly.

This consultation will be open until Thursday 18 March.