CARDIFF COUNCIL RELEASES THEIR RESIDENT’S QUESTIONNAIRE
Ask Cardiff is an annual survey on how happy people are with Cardiff and the services that the Council runs. The results help inform change in the city.
With students making up almost 20% of the population with particular student populations in Cathays and Roath. Students are a key group of residents with different needs and interests to many other residents, and the Council wants to make sure that the student voice, as well as all other residents are heard. If you are a resident in Cardiff, please take time to fill in the survey.
This year Ask Cardiff includes questions on things to do in the city, how safe you feel, waste collections and how clean your area is, and how easy it is to travel around. The survey takes around 30 minutes to complete in full but you are encouraged to complete the sections that you are interested in.
You can complete the Ask Cardiff survey online (www.cardiff.gov.uk/askcardiff). Paper versions are also available directly from Cardiff Research Centre (consultation@cardiff/gov.uk; 029 2087 3443), or you can pick up and return a copy at community buildings across the city.
All respondents will have the chance to be entered into a free draw with prizes donated by groups across the city. Visit www.askcardiff.com/info for full details of prizes and where to get paper copies. The closing date for Ask Cardiff is September 11th 2016.
Published: August 31, 2016BACK TO NEWS LIST