Have your say on Worcestershire services

Published Wednesday, 13th May 2015

Residents across Worcestershire are being asked to have their say on services as the latest Viewpoint Survey goes live this Monday (18th May).

Views on your area, public services, customer service and ensuring a prosperous and sustainable future are among the hot topics in the latest Worcestershire Viewpoint Survey.

Worcestershire County Council, the district councils, the NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups and Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue are all keen to hear residents' views.

The survey features questions on facilities and activities such as health services, roads, pavements, traffic flow and potholes; and issues such as litter and vandalism.

The latest survey, which can be completed online, runs until Friday 12th June.

People in Worcestershire who sign up to become a member of the Viewpoint panel are asked to complete this survey just once a year. The answers are used to inform future decision-making about what services are provided and how. Viewpoint members, will then have the option to complete other surveys throughout the year.

Although the survey can be completed by anyone 18 and over, the Council is particularly interested to hear from residents under the age of 34 who have been under represented in previous surveys.

The questions should take no longer than 20 minutes to fill out with simple tick box answers. If you want submit more opinions and ideas, the survey also gives you the opportunity to expand on your answers.

Any Worcestershire resident aged 18 and over can complete the survey and register today at www.worcestershire.gov.uk/viewpoint. For anyone without internet access, the survey can be completed online at any of the County Council's Libraries and in Worcestershire Hub customer centres.