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It's your city – have your say

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Worcester City Council wants to hear the views of residents and businesses on what its priorities should be– and how the council should be spending public money in the year ahead.

The Council's annual survey is open now and runs until 30 November. 

You can have your say here  or you can collect a printed copy from the Guildhall or call 01905 722233.

Given the current economic situation facing the country, alongside the Council's commitments to invest in the city's regeneration and to become carbon neutral by 2030, it's more important than ever that residents have their say on the city's future.

The City Council is the only organisation exclusively dedicated to serving Worcester's residents. It needs to make clear and purposeful decisions as it considers how residents' money should be spent and what its priorities should be for the year ahead.

It is important that the Council's priorities reflect what matters most to residents and businesses, so councillors want to hear your views, now more than ever.

This is your chance to let them know what you think about the Council's services and how your money should be spent to help them plan for the year ahead.

Paper copies are also available from our Customer Services Centres, or you can call 01905 722233 to request one. The survey is also available in Urdu, Portugese or Polish and can be provided in other languages on request. Foreign language versions can be ordered from This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 01905 722233. 

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