Seaford Town Council is currently reviewing the strategic priorities for the town for the next five years and is inviting the community to come forward and input their views on what it would like the council to deliver for them over the next five years as part of the revised strategic plan. The current plan can be viewed here.
The council is keen to identify the views of the local community and to understand what is important to them. The information gathered will then be used to prioritise and target future strategies that benefit the community.
The council’s strategic plan will set out what the council aims to achieve for the community between now and 2027. The council is keen to ensure the plan is informed, where possible, on the back of the priorities of the local community and what residents would like to see achieved for the town over the proposed period.
Seaford Town Council encourages residents to share this survey with as many friends and family as possible; the more people that complete the survey, the more the strategy will reflect the priorities of the community.
The findings will be discussed with councillors and council officers as part of deciding future priorities for the town centre. A similar survey will also go out to the younger residents of Seaford in due course to ensure the voice of Seaford youth is included in planning the town’s strategic objectives.
The Town Clerk, Adam Chugg says “This is your opportunity to have a say on how the council can work to improve Seaford for us all. We hope people can take the time to share their views and help inform our plans for the town.”
The survey can be accessed here:
This survey is open to anyone, of any age that currently resides in Seaford, East Sussex.
The survey will also be shared on Seaford Town Council’s Facebook Page across the survey period. Posters will also be on display across town allowing residents to easily scan the QR code to access the survey from their mobile devices. Paper copies of the survey are also available from the View at Seaford Head.
The survey will close on 31st January 2023.
If you have any queries relating to this survey please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For anyone wishing to display a poster with a QR code taking residents to the survey, this can be downloaded here.