Survey launches on how to make Liverpool “a fairer city for all”

A new survey has launched to capture the feedback of residents, businesses and organisations on how to make Liverpool a fairer city for all.

The council recently announced that it was opening discussions with everyone who lives or works in Liverpool, to capture views on what they love about the city and ask people how they think we can rebalance Liverpool, to make sure opportunities are available for all.

As well as ‘feedback’ postcards being available in customer hubs, libraries, Children’s Centres and Lifestyles Centres, the public can also now share their thoughts online, via: www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/ourcityourfutureyoursay/

Joanne Anderson, Mayor of Liverpool, said: “Liverpool is very much a city on a journey. Although we face challenges, I am confident that we will come back stronger. But, crucially, I also want us to come back fairer.

“We know that there are barriers to opportunities in Liverpool and that life chances are not equal for all.

“So, I want to use this moment to draw a line in the sand and ask the people who really matter – our residents, businesses and organisations – to tell us what they think is needed to make the city one which delivers for everyone.”

The survey will remain open until September and the feedback received will help to inform the way forward for the council.

Liverpool Waterfront