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Residents invited to have their say on council services

Monday, 18th January 2016.

Residents of Suffolk are being invited to have their say on council services by taking part in Suffolk County Council’s 2016 residents’ survey.

More than 11,000 surveys will be posted out to households across the county this week to help the council make services better and more effective.

The county council has commissioned BMG Research, an independent company to undertake the survey and establish county-wide views and satisfaction rates on a wide range of issues and services, including employment, transport and social care.

The Residents' Survey will be used to measure what people think of the area in which they live, what they think about Suffolk County Council services, and the way the County Council works.

Colin Noble, Leader of Suffolk County Council said: “I am always determined to make sure Suffolk is the best it can be and that the council is serving residents in the ways they want.

“By taking 10 minutes and completing this survey local people can help us identify areas where we are succeeding and areas where they feel there should be improvements.

“I am really keen to hear from our residents and to get valuable feedback about how we are performing as a council.

“This survey is an important way to gauge our performance and will help us to make council services even better.”

Everyone who completes and returns the questionnaire will be entered in to a prize draw to win Love2Shop vouchers including one prize of £100 and two prizes of £50.

The closing date is the end of February 1st after which all the responses will be analysed and the information used by the council to help plan for the future of local services. Finding from the surveys will be announced in mid-March

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