Councils across the Greater Lincolnshire area want to ensure that people, groups and organisations can have their say about their local area.  This helps them to improve peoples’ experiences and realise where they’re getting things right.

To make that easier, Lincolnshire County Council has established a residents’ panel known as County Views.  They are looking to expand the panel with people across Greater Lincolnshire area of all ages and backgrounds.  As the panel grows, they are keen to get the broadest cross section of views that they can. 

The County Views panel members are asked to complete a short survey three times a year. The survey includes regular questions about what is important to residents and what their priorities are. Each survey also has a specific theme.  The summer 2021 survey has questions about climate change and will be open until Monday 13 September 2021.

The results of each survey are passed to those with a particular interest in each of the subjects. The results of the previous County Views surveys can be viewed here.

The most recent survey was on the topic of unpaid carers and responses to the questions have already contributed to the development of a support service for carers that will be even more responsive to their needs.

You can also find out information about other current engagement activities here.

They would be grateful if you would sign up for the panel here to have your say on climate change and on other important future topics. 

County Views Panel – Climate Change Survey