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Residents' views sought in new survey

Households across West Berkshire are being invited to take part in our latest residents' survey. The survey is being conducted to understand residents' views about the local area and the services we provide.

Posted by: Communications team on 26 October 2021 11:29
Categories: October 2021
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Households across West Berkshire are being invited to take part in our latest residents' survey.

The survey is being conducted to understand residents' views about the local area and the services we provide. We'll be using the information gathered through the survey to help us make decisions about the services we provide.

Five thousand households have been randomly chosen to take part in the survey and have received a copy of the survey through the post. It will take around 10-15 minutes to complete - and we're asking residents to complete as fully as possible to ensure views from a diverse range of residents are reflected in the results.

Encouraging residents to take part, Leader of West Berkshire Council, Councillor Lynne Doherty said:

"As a Council our residents are at the heart of the services we provide. We regularly consult with residents and service users on specific issues and services, and this survey will help us to understand how people think we're doing more broadly. I hope everyone who receives a survey will take the time to complete it - your views really do count."

Anyone who receives a survey and is unsure if its genuine can contact the Council's consultation team by email at RCPTeam@westberks.gov.uk.

Last modified: 26 October 2021 11:42

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