Our Place Our Future
Deadline: 30 June 2017 at 18:00
Inverclyde residents are being asked to help determine what they want to see happen in their local communities.
The area-wide conversation is being generated by Our Place Our Future, a project that will delve into a wide range of themes through a survey and series of community events running until the end of June 2017. Survey themes cover moving around and public transport; traffic, parking, streets and spaces; natural space, play and recreation; facilities and amenities; work and the local economy; housing and community; social interaction, identity and belonging; feeling safe; care and maintenance; plus influence and sense of control.
This, its first phase, is being coordinated and delivered by local community planning partnership, the Inverclyde Alliance, with funding support from the Big Lottery Fund Awards for All Scotland.
Respondents can feedback on specific questions of relevance to them. The Inverclyde Alliance survey team are also reaching out through the community events, where they will have the opportunity to spark thoughts and discussions by meeting people face to face.
The survey, which will run until Friday 30 June 2017, can be completed at https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/OurPlaceOurFuture
Our Place Our Future drop in events:
Branchton Community Centre, Greenock, Thursday 1 June, 6pm to 9pm
Boglestone Community Centre, Port Glasgow, Saturday 10 June, 11am to 2pm
Craigend Resource Centre, Greenock, Thursday 15 June, 6pm to 9pm
Both transport and creche facilities (places are limited) are being provided at these events but must be booked in advance.
Other venues include the Oak Mall Shopping Centre from 10am to 4pm on Thursday 25 May, Friday 9 June and Thursday 29 June (with more dates to be announced).
The deadline is Friday 30 June 2017 at 18:00.
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