Fenland District Council launches survey aimed at improving markets
A NEW survey has been launched by Fenland District Council aimed at improving the area’s markets.
The Market Trading Survey can be found on the home page of the council’s website.
It is hoped that feedback on the 50 questions posed in the survey will help the council make improvements to the markets.
The questions cover topics including location, communication with the council and value for money.
Councillor Jan French, chairman of the council’s overview and scrutiny policy panel, said: “What we are trying to do is to find out what people’s views are on our markets. We want to see how we can improve them and we need public input for this.
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“The buzz words at the moment are interacting with the community because, at the end of the day, it’s the communities that use them.”
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