Broxtowe residents, shoppers, and business owners are being encouraged to get online and have their say on why they visit the Borough’s four towns to help inform new initiatives and improvements in the area.
The questionnaire is available online on the Broxtowe Borough Council website and is quick and easy to fill in, asking a range of questions including how often they visit the towns, why they visit, how long they stay for and what facilities they use when visiting.
Leader of Broxtowe Borough Council and Cabinet Member for Environment and Economic Development, Councillor Richard Jackson said: “Our town centres are visited by thousands of people each day and their views on how our local area can be improved are incredibly important to us.
Town Centres are constantly evolving and adapting to spending habits, working hours and social activities and the results of the consultation will help shape future projects in Beeston, Eastwood, Kimberley and Stapleford to make Broxtowe a great place to live, work and spend leisure time.”
The Town Centre Management team are keen to hear from as many residents, tradesmen, retailers, business owners and shoppers from each of the Borough’s four town centres.
The questionnaire will run on the Council’s website until Sunday 6th March.