Denbighshire County Council is developing a new Corporate Plan with the help of local residents who have taken part by providing their feedback.
Every five years the Council creates a new Corporate Plan to realign its focus and plan how Council services can best work together for the next five years.
The County Conversation consultation process gives residents the chance to provide their feedback. It is split into two key phases: the first phase (happening now) seeks to establish what people feel the Council’s priorities should be.
This will then be used to create the new Corporate Plan which reflects the opinions of how local residents want to see Denbighshire improve as a place to live, work and visit. The new Corporate Plan will then be consulted on fully at a later date.
The Council is encouraging everyone to get involved in this first phase of the County Conversation before the deadline of 31 July, 2021.
Topics raised so far in the County Conversation include supporting the community, climate change, education, training and job opportunities and activities for young people.
Councillor Julian Thompson-Hill, the Council’s Lead Member for Finance, Performance and Strategic Assets, said: “It is great that so many residents have already got involved in the County Conversation.
“This plan is created for everyone in Denbighshire so it is important that as many residents as possible have their say on shaping the Corporate Plan and the priorities for the next five years.
We have already received great feedback from residents which will help us ensure that the plan’s focus represents what is most important to our communities, however I would encourage anyone that hasn’t already to get involved.”
The County Conversation survey is being run online until July 31 2021. Paper copies are also available to collect and return from libraries and being distributed to home library service users until then.
To take part and have your say, please visit https://countyconversation.denbighshire.gov.uk/project/596 to complete the online survey.