Engage Dundee 202111/06/21
A consultation has been launched asking people in Dundee to tell public services, voluntary organisations and community groups what the priorities are where they live.
The Engage Dundee 2021 survey focuses on how communities will “build back better” after the Coronavirus pandemic and lockdowns.
The consultation exercise seeks the public’s views on five key aspects of community life: travel, spaces, support, community spirit and community living.
It explores a range of topics, including housing, the environment, parks, public transport and health.
Dundee City Council, Dundee Volunteer and Voluntary Action and community groups are working together through the initiative to collect information directly from citizens across Dundee.
The information collected through the Engage Dundee 2021 process will inform Local Community Plans, Participatory Budgeting projects and local action across Dundee.
Council Leader, Councillor John Alexander, said: “The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted everyone differently and has affected individuals and communities in ways that we may not have previously seen.
“Therefore, it is very important that we engage with people across the city to hear from individuals about their priorities at a community level. By doing so, we can work together effectively to provide a more inclusive recovery for Dundee.
“I would urge everyone to take the short time to fill out the questionnaire and tell us what they like about their community and what they would like to see change in the future.”
The survey can be completed online at http://dee.communitychoices.scot/
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