What do you love about living in Warwickshire? Have your say here!



The 2016 Living in Warwickshire Survey was launched on Monday 18th April. We have had a great response and have taken a sneak peak at some of the results.

Here are the top five things people told us they would like improving in Warwickshire.

  • Number 1: income and cost of living
  • Number 2: transport links
  • Number 3: sports and leisure facilities
  • Number 4: shopping facilities
  • Number 5: road and pavement repairs

Are these the top five things you would like to see improved in Warwickshire? If you haven’t already had your say, please complete the survey online at warwickshire.gov.uk/survey.

This survey is an opportunity for you, a Warwickshire resident, to share your experiences about living in Warwickshire. We want to know your views on what you like and don’t like about living in Warwickshire, what things need improving, and some questions on health and well-being issues.

Results from the survey will highlight key issues experienced by you, the local people, on a day-to-day basis, including information on needs and challenges. This will inform council work programmes to address these local needs and shape services for the future.

All respondents must be aged over 18 years old and will have the opportunity to enter a prize draw to a win a Warwick Castle Family Annual Pass (for four people), a further 10 pairs of tickets to Warwick Castle will also be awarded.

The survey will close on Tuesday 31 May.

To find out what other residents love about living in Warwickshire, please click here.



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