HUNDREDS of questionnaires will soon be landing on doormats across the county next week inviting residents to take part in an important survey.
The 2008 Communities of Cheshire Survey will ask residents for their views about what it’s like to live in their area.
Results will show whether Cheshire County Council, the six district councils, Cheshire police, Fire and Rescue Service, health, business and community representatives are dealing with issues that concern and matter to local people.
The questionnaire asks residents for opinions about aspects of quality of life in their local area, including community safety and local services.
From April 2009 two new unitary councils will take over all the service responsibilities of the county council and the six district councils so the survey will be important to the new Cheshire East and Cheshire West and Chester Councils in planning future services.
It will be used to see how well public agencies are doing at delivering the services that matter to residents and to decide what needs to be done differently in the future.
If residents who receive a questionnaire have any questions, they can call 0845 1133311 or firstname.lastname@example.org