Bromsgrove Community Survey – This is your chance to have a say on district council issues

Residents are invited to tell Bromsgrove District Council what they think about local issues and district council services, in this year’s official Bromsgrove Community Survey.

The survey is an annual chance for residents to have their say on district council issues, with the results going to council members and officers to help set priorities for the coming year.

The Leader of Bromsgrove District Council Cllr Karen May said: “Every year the council reviews its priorities, and the results of the latest Community Survey are an important part of that.

“We want to hear from as many people as possible via the survey because when more people tell us what they think is important we can plan to deliver on that. I would encourage residents to take a moment to fill this year’s survey and let us know what you think.”

Deputy Leader Cllr Sue Baxter added: “This is for the whole district, wherever you live. Whether you’re in Hagley, Wythall, Alvechurch, Bromsgrove or anywhere else in Bromsgrove District, it’s really important for us as council to know what you think about local issues.”

The wide-ranging survey is open for responses until 5pm on Friday November 10, 2023, at, alongside the results of previous years’ surveys. Paper copies of it are available from the council at its Parkside offices on Market Street, Bromsgrove and as an attachment below.

For more information contact the council’s Engagement, Equalities and Policy team on or 01527 64252 (ext. 2409).