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3rd Dec, 2021

Council's rallying call to residents to fill in annual community survey to shape local areas and services

RESIDENTS are being urged to have their say on issues affecting them, their local area and council services in an annual community survey.

The annual questionnaire, conducted by Bromsgrove District Council, launched today and runs until 5pm on November 12.

The results will be reported back to members and officers of the council to review and action on.

The authority hopes as many people as possible across the district will respond so it can get the fullest possible picture of what is important to the community.

Council leader, Coun Karen May, said: “We value the feedback of our residents, and the community survey is a prime opportunity for you to tell us your feelings, issues, experiences and opinions so we can shape our services to fit the needs of our communities.

“We take the results of this survey very seriously, so, I hope that representatives from all communities in our district take part and help us plan for the future.”

The 2021 survey is available for anyone to take part in here.

It will also go before the council’s Community Panel, a group of residents who choose to actively take part in regular engagement sessions.

The survey covers a range of areas and is shorter than past versions so should take about five to ten minutes to complete, with the option to ‘save and continue’ if participants want to take a break while filling it in.

To receive a hard copy please pick up a copy from Parkside Offices or contact the Engagement, Equalities and Policy team at equalities@bromsgroveandredditch.gov.uk or by calling 01527 548284.

People can also contact the team if they want to join the community panel.

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