Oldham residents - have your say in Council's Covid recovery survey
Date published: 12 February 2021
The aim of the survey is to listen to how the virus has impacted Oldham residents’ lives
Oldham Council has launched a Covid-19 Recovery survey to find out what residents think the town’s priorities should be whilst recovering from the Coronavirus pandemic.
The aim of the survey is to listen to how the virus has impacted residents’ lives.
By listening to this feedback, council chiefs state that they will be able to better plan for the future and try to understand not only how people have been affected, but how they can target their services going forward to help people.
Cllr Arooj Shah, Oldham Council Deputy Leader, said: “The Covid-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on the lives of our residents and business owners.
“Although the pandemic is on-going, we need to look to the future to understand and prioritise what’s important to the people of Oldham.
“That’s why it’s really important that people take part in this survey and have their say.
“We’re here to listen to feedback and experiences which will help us build back better.”
The survey is open until Tuesday, March 9.
You can take part by clicking here
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