What do you think of local democracy?
Birmingham City Council wants to know what you think of local democracy – how it is, and how it should be – and what you think about the public services provided in Digbeth.
The Council has published three initial consultation papers, including one on community governance. These will be followed by further papers later in the year, covering communities, active citizenship and local services.
This is your opportunity to let the Council know what you think. Everyone who lives or works in Birmingham – communities, individuals, organisations and councillors – has the opportunity to help shape how Birmingham is governed over the next ten years.
What to do next?
- Send your comments on the papers and your wider views on local democracy to email@example.com. Please state if you are replying on behalf of a group or organisation.
- You can also submit your views by taking part in the survey on the Be Heard consultation website.
- You can view more information – including the consultation documents – and alternative ways to get in touch on the Birmingham City Council Website here.
- Finally, you can join the online conversation by using the hashtage #brumcgr15.
If you’d like your voice heard but would prefer to remain anonymous, send your thoughts to Digbeth Residents Association via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, who will include your views as part of their wider submission.