CHRONICLE readers can have their say on important issues in Cheshire thanks to a new online survey launched on our website www.chesterchronicle.co.uk.
An interactive questionnaire means that you can not only read the news, you can take part in it.
The Chronicle surveys allow readers to play a part in deciding what action needs to be taken to resolving the big issues of the week whether it be crime, health, Council Tax etc.
To start off, we are inviting readers to give us your opinions on Chester’s parking controversy, which gets frequent coverage in our newspapers.
The online survey asks what you think are the most significant problems posed by parking costs and fines and the effect this has on Chester’s bid to be a must-see European destination.
The questions are Yes and No answers or multiple choice. In some instances you can give more than one answer and can include your own opinions in the relevant text box.
One of the questions on this week’s parking survey asks:
What is the biggest problem with Chester’s publicly owned car parks?
1 They are overpriced
2 Parking fines are unfair
3 They are not value for money
4 They are not good quality
For example – if you think that response number 3 is the appropriate answer then click on 3.
The results of each survey will be published on the website and in The Chester Chronicle newspaper.
You may only complete the survey once. Go to www.chesterchronicle.co .uk and click on Chester News.