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Residents encouraged to share their views about living in the borough

10:14 11 July 2014

Share your views on the borough by taking part in a questionnaire.

Redbridge Council has opened its Life in Redbridge survey, which asks residents how they feel about living in Redbridge and what their opinions are on council services.

A spokesman for the council said: “The findings will be used to see how well the council is doing at delivering services that matter to you and to decide what needs doing differently in the future.

“Please take this opportunity to have your say. All your answers and any personal details you chose to give us will be treated in the strictest confidence and stored securely.”

Residents have until August 11 to complete the survey, which should take between seven and 10 minutes to complete.

It can be viewed at redbridge.gov.uk.

For more information, email consultation@redbridge.gov.uk.

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