Derbyshire Dales District Council is undertaking a Resident Survey this month, asking for views on the services it delivers and how local people feel about the area.
The information will help the District Council to improve the policies and services it delivers while finding out what matters most to local people.
A randomly selected group of residents are receiving a copy of the survey through the post, which they can complete online if they wish.
Members of the District Council’s online panel of residents will also receive a link to complete the survey.
Any resident can also complete the survey now here.
A District Council spokesperson said:
“This year’s survey has two new features. First, residents will be asked to record their views and the reasons for them, as well as selecting a graded response. Second, we are requesting postcodes information to assist us in identifying the areas where we need to focus our actions and to follow up on any points raised.”
For more information about the survey contact Derbyshire Dales District Council’s Policy Officer on 01629 761240 during office hours [Tuesday to Thursday].
The spokesperson added:
“The Derbyshire Dales Online Panel is one of the ways in which we listen to residents and people who work in the Dales. Around 950 people have already joined the Panel and we’d love to have more. Panel members respond to online surveys on topics that are of interest to them and receive fewer than six surveys a year.”