Your views are vital to help us provide the best services possible. We carry our consultation on various topics throughout the year. You can find information on consultations we are currently running below. You can also sign up to our email consultation list and we will send you an invite when a consultation is launched.

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Residents’ Survey 

The Residents’ Survey for 2021 opens on Sunday 3rd October and runs until midnight on Sunday 31st October.

If you live in the Malvern Hills district we would very much welcome your views on the local area, council services, and our responses to the Covid-19 pandemic. We use the results of the survey to shape our Five Year Plan and service delivery.

The survey will take about 15 to 20 minutes to complete, but progress can be saved so it can be completed in stages.

Take part in the Residents' Survey

If you would like to be involved in future years, and in other consultations/surveys run by the council, please sign up to our email list, and select 'Consultation' as your area of interest.

Read the report containing the pdfResidents' Survey results (1.60 MB)  for 2020. 

Have your say on the future of our town centres

Residents, businesses and visitors are being encouraged to have their say on the future of the town centres within the Malvern Hills District.

Malvern Hills District Council has now launched a consultation to gather views to guide its five town centre transformation plans. These will be for Barnards Green, Great Malvern, Malvern Link, Tenbury Wells and Upton upon Severn.

The council wants to know how people are using their high streets, what improvements are needed and what can be done to support businesses on the high street now and in the future.

To take part, people are being asked to visit Lets Talk Malvern Hills website where they can take part in a survey, place ideas on an online board and use an interactive map to show where improvements should go.

Paper copies of the consultation will also be available from Tourist Information Centres across the district.

Take part in the town centre plans consultation

Connected Communities Strategy consultation

We have developed a draft Connected Communities Strategy anchored around three central themes of healthier, safer and inclusive, stronger and sustainable communities. We would welcome your feedback on our 10-minute consultation presentation. Watch the presentation.

We want to hear your views on the proposed strategy we would be very grateful if you could complete this survey. Deadline is 1 November 2021.

Visit our Connected Communities webpage for more information. 

Take part in the Connected Communities consultation

Revised Statement of Principles Under the Gambling Act 2005

Malvern Hills District Council is seeking views on a draft revised Statement of Principle’s under the Gambling Act 2005. 

This important document sets out the principles the Council will apply when carrying out its functions under the Gambling Act 2005 and must be reviewed and republished at least every three years.

Having undertaken a comprehensive review of their Statement in 2018, and as there have been no significant changes to relevant legislation and guidance, the Council is not proposing to make any significant amendments to their current Statement of Principles when they republish the document for the next three year period.

pdf The draft revised Statement of Principles (745 KB)

pdf The existing Statement of Principles (575 KB)

The Council is inviting comments on the draft revised Statement of Principles from all interested parties including residents and those running businesses in the District.

Comments can be sent by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or posted to:

Malvern Hills Gambling Consultation

Worcestershire Regulatory Services

Wyre Forest House
Finepoint Way
DY11 7WF

The consultation will remain open for comments until 25 October 2021 and all comments received will be considered by the Council before the publication of a new Statement of Principles before the end of 2021.