Community groups and local businesses are being invited to give their views about where West Lancashire Borough Council should make reductions in spending or consider increasing its charges/income.
The 2016 Stakeholder Survey gives organisations a chance to make their voices heard and influence decisions that will be taken by the Council in the coming year.
The consultation is open to all organisations and runs to 20 March. To take part, visit the Citizen and Stakeholder Survey page.
Cllr Ian Moran, Leader of the Council, said:
“We hope that local community groups, organisations and businesses will take this opportunity to have their voices heard and will take part in this important consultation.
“We have been working in partnership with the West Lancashire Council for Voluntary Services to promote the survey and encourage participation. Hundreds of invitations have been sent out by email to groups in our borough.
“But I must stress that the consultation is open to all organisations – whether or not you receive an invitation - so please do visit the website to find out how to get involved.”
Only one response can be accepted on behalf of each organisation. If any members of organisations wish to give their views as individual residents they can do so via the Citizen Survey which is also available on the website, and is open for any resident to complete. In addition, copies of the Citizen Survey have been sent out to around 4,500 households in the borough, with invitations to take part.