Living in Easter Ross – Having Your Say
People living in Easter Ross are being invited to have their say by taking part in a survey about their local services which has been developed by the Easter Ross District Partnership.
The District Partnership brings together The Highland Council, Police Scotland, Scottish Fire and Rescue, NHS Highland and the Highland Third Sector Partnership to consider issues relating to the delivery of health, social care and community safety.
The Partnership's role includes things like:
- Making sure that services for children and adults are delivered well
- Identifying local priorities and proposing new developments for services for children and adults
- Providing views on how local services are designed
The Partnership has created the questionnaire as they are keen to get feedback from people so they can set down priority areas of work and plan for the future.
People taking part will be asked for their views on the provision of local housing, leisure, shopping and job opportunities as well as public transport. They will also be asked what they feel are the best things about where they live and what they would like to see change and what their priorities for the future are.
The survey is completely confidential and quick to complete online by visiting https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/EasterRossSurvey. People have until 5 November to take part.
There will be a presentation of the survey findings at the next meeting of the East Ross District Partnership in the Training Room, County Community Hospital, Invergordon on 4 December 2015 at 11am to which all are welcome to attend.