COUNCIL chiefs are encouraging residents to take part in an annual survey before the deadline on Sunday.
The Residents’ Survey, which ends at midnight on Sunday (October 4), gives people the chance to say what they think of their local area and services.
This year, the survey includes questions on how the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted residents, as well as the response and support provided by the council. It also asks questions about such issues as litter and homelessness.
More than 850 people have filled in the survey since it was launched on 6 September and the council is hoping even more people will take part.
Feedback will be used to improve services and the ongoing recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic. A summary of the results will be published anonymously on the council website.
The survey takes about 15 to 20 minutes to complete but progress can be saved so it can be completed in stages.
Coun Bradley Thomas, leader of Wychavon District Council, said: “The deadline for this year’s Residents’ Survey is fast approaching and we want as many people as possible to take part. We want to find out more about what people think of their local area, our services and how we have responded to the Covid-19 pandemic. This feedback will be invaluable for us and will help us to make improvements where needed.”
Visit www.wychavon.gov.uk/consultations for more.