Residents are being invited to have their say on Denbighshire County Council’s focus for the next five years.
Housing, the climate and environment, the economy, young people, connected communities, addressing deprivation and continuing to provide a well-run, high performing Council are all themes to be included in the Council’s Corporate Plan 2022-2027.
The Corporate Plan sets the focus for the Council’s ambitions for the next five years including the vital core services it provides for residents such as education and social care.
The Council is launching an online survey to find out what members of the public think.
Councillor Julian Thompson-Hill, the Council’s Lead Member for Finance, Performance and Strategic Assets, said: “This is a chance to tell us what you think about our direction for the next five years.
“Asking the views of our residents helps inform our decision making and allows you to tell us what our focus should be.
“I would encourage as many people as possible to take this chance to help improve services and your local area.”
Between May and July last year, the Council ran an engagement exercise called Continuing the County Conversation where we asked people to tell us what they thought about our planned work programme for 2022-2027.
From this initial engagement activity, we have created the draft themes for our new corporate plan.
The online survey is running between January 28 and March 11.
To take part and have your say, please visit https://countyconversation.denbighshire.gov.uk/project/662.
If you cannot complete the survey electronically, paper copies of the survey are available on request in all Denbighshire libraries and can be returned to libraries or posted to Strategic Planning and Performance Team, Denbighshire County Council, PO Box 62, Ruthin, LL15 9AZ.