Tell us your community priorities asks CouncilPublished Monday 22 November 2021
Residents are being invited to share their aspirations and priorities for the Harborough district.
Harborough District Council has launched a survey asking for comments on a wide range of topics with the aim of improving facilities and wellbeing, and creating more opportunities across the Harborough district.
The survey asks residents to rank how they feel about community safety, sport, recreation, and parks, as well as job opportunities, sustainability, health and wellbeing, and more. Residents can use free text boxes within the survey to comment further or make other suggestions.
Feedback gathered from the survey will help to identify what is most important to residents to help the Council focus its priorities over the next few years.
Cllr Phil King, Leader of Harborough District Council said: “This is a unique opportunity for residents of all ages and from across the Harborough district, to give the Council their feedback about what matters most to them in their locality. The results of the survey will help us move forward with our plans to make Harborough district cleaner and greener, as well as improve facilities and prioritise our resources to benefit the whole district.”
Share your views and complete the survey now by visiting: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/engagementconsultation
The survey will be shared directly with youth and community groups, parishes, and disability groups. The Council will also be out with the Rural Community Council to promote the survey in areas across the district.
The survey is anonymous (no individual data will be shared) and takes around 20 minutes to complete. It will close on 31 January 2022.
Following analysis of the results, the findings will be published on the Council’s website in Spring 2022.
Residents can also keep up to date on big projects, community information, funding opportunities and local events and activities by signing up to receive the Council’s residents’ e-newsletter at www.harborough.gov.uk/harborough-news
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