Wiltshire Council and its partners are committed to developing and delivering services that reflect the differing needs of local communities. In order to do this effectively, we need to understand what really matters to residents living in Wiltshire.
Your views about your area really do count, and Wiltshire Council would like to invite you to comment on a range of topics that affect life where you live, including:
- how and what we spend money on in your area
- what we can do to improve life where you live
- how we can improve safety in your area
- your views on other public services
- the natural environment where you live
It’s easy to take part. You can fill in the What matters to you survey 2013 online which saves you time, or complete a paper survey and return it using the prepaid envelope. Surveys are available in most Wiltshire libraries and leisure centres or from Area Board meetings.
Once all the responses have been analysed we will produce a full report. This will be used by the council and our official partners, including NHS Wiltshire, Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service and Wilshire Police, to develop policies that meet the needs of your local community. The report will also be publicly available on our website.
Your comments and input are vital to helping us to shape the future of your local area.
All your views and personal information are held in the strictest confidence and we would welcome your response to as many of the questions as you are happy to answer. We will only ever report overall results and will not, under any circumstances, identify survey participants. Your personal information will never be passed to any other organisation or third party.
Last updated: 14 November 2013