Croydon Council are asking the public to contribute their views on whether the council effectively listens to residents and if more should be done to ensure local people can participate in and influence decisions that affect their neighbourhoods, including provision of local services. The closing date for the survey is 6th October 2019.
The short survey is aimed at helping understand what residents think about ways they can get involved and whether the current opportunities to participate could be improved. It also asks how important it is for local people to participate and be able to influence decisions made by the council.
Your responses to the survey will be independently analysed by Centre for Public Scrutiny and presented to the Panel to help inform its work on the recommendations and improvements the council can make to enhance local democracy and resident participation in local decision making.