Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council want to hear the views from residents and local businesses on delivering more inclusive autism services, how council can increase participation in leisure activities, enabling people to become more active.
If you live, work or do business in the borough, we want to hear your views. A public consultation has been opened on the proposed performance improvement objectives for 2021-23.
Launching the consultation to improve services, Lord Mayor of Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon, Councillor Kevin Savage said,
“These services are important to people who live, work or do business in our borough. To make a positive impact we want to hear your views so we can work towards improving our services.
“Our key performance priorities include more inclusive services for those with Autism, increasing the number of people participating in leisure activities and reducing the time it takes to pay our suppliers.
“I strongly encourage all our citizens, businesses, suppliers and interested groups across the borough to make suggestions and give your feedback.”
To give your views click here.
The consultation is open from 7 May and will close on Tuesday 25 May 2021.
The council has a statutory duty to publish improvement objectives to ensure sustainable and continuous improvements to the way council delivers its services.