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Have we got our priorities right? What do you think?

Residents have about five weeks from today (January 5) to comment on Fenland District Council's draft business plan, which sets out its overall priorities for the next year.

Have Your Say

The plan focuses on services that make the most difference to the quality of life of local people. It has been influenced by the feedback the council has had over the past year as part of its Comprehensive Spending Review

The priorities for 2017 are divided into three general headings: Communities, Environment and Economy.  Each one lists several services and asks people to say how important they are to them personally.

Three other open-ended questions are posed under each of the three headings. They are:

"Do you think we are focusing on the most important areas?"

"How could we deliver the above priorities more effectively?"

"Are there any areas that we perform particularly well in, or could be improved?"

The questionnaire also invites comments on the council's draft budget for 2017-2020.

All the responses must be received by February 7. Councillors will take all the feedback into account when they consider the final version of the plan at their next full council meeting on February 23. 

Article added January 5, 2017