Yorkshire Evening Post is giving their readers an amazing opportunity for their voices to be heard. This week the Yorkshire Evening Post has launched a major new survey to find out what sort of city you want to live in. This opportunity will not only just give their current readers, but all the people of Leeds the chance to voice their opinion about their city. The survey results will be compiled into a dossier and handed to the agencies who run the city.
Any current issues you may have as a Leeds resident can all be voiced to those who run the city. This is the main purpose of the survey; this is why it was created, for ordinary people to say what sort of city they would like to live in. It gives you the chance as the public to make a change.
As well as issues you may be facing, this survey also gives you the opportunity to suggest ways in which the city can be improved. This could be anything such as how to make your streets safer and cleaner, or where you would like to see more cycle lanes. To find out more click here to visit the YEP online.
“I would encourage everyone to complete this survey so their views and suggestions are heard by those who have the power to make positive changes. Don’t let your community be left without a voice. If there is a change you would like to see in your area, or an issue you would like to report, complete the survey and make sure your opinions are counted.”