The website of Stroud Constituency Labour Party, representing our region in the heart of Gloucestershire
Amberley and Woodchester
Coaley and Uley
Painswick and Upton
Randwick, Whiteshill and Ruscombe
Stroud Farmhill and Paganhill
Our pledges to you
A Pathway out of the Pandemic
Safe and decent homes for all
Health and wellbeing
Decent homes for all
We want to hear your views!
17th November, 2020
Online Survey from Stroud District Labour
Labour councillors represent you at all levels of local government. We want to hear your ideas so we can make sure we're providing the right support for local people and businesses, and that the right decisions are made to invest in our towns and villages. We hope you can find time to fill in this short online survey to help us plan ahead for recovery from the pandemic. Please note - we will end this survey on the 15th of January
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What area of the district do you live or work in?
What would you improve in your area to make it a better place to live?
What are the most important concerns for you and your family right now?
Stroud District Labour has a plan for recovery from the pandemic with 4 themes, pick the one most important to you
Economy: Market Towns and rural vitality
Community: supporting community resilience
Social Welfare: Housing and prevention of homelessness
Environment: Becoming a carbon neutral district by 2030
Which three local issues are most important to you and your family.
Buses and public transport
Cleanliness of street and neighbourhoods
Crime, drugs or anti-social behaviour
Discrimination and racism
Environment and climate change
Health and social care
Poverty and inequality.
Planning and construction
Town centre regeneration
Traffic, congestion and parking
If you have selected other please specify here
In terms of jobs and the economy, what are the most important concerns for you and your family?
Training and skills
Support for the self-employed
Support for small businesses
Help getting a job
Do you have any specific issues or concerns you would like to raise?
In order to make this survey representative, how did you vote in the 2019 General election
Thinking ahead to the next local elections in May 2021, how likely would you be to vote?
Would you like an application to vote by post?
There are many benefits to early voting: You don't have to queue to vote, you don't have to present any ID, there's no risk of missing your vote due to unforeseen circumstances, finally, students can vote at home even when they are away at university.
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