One week left to send views on national park

5/4/02      The  Farndale daffodills in the North York Moors National Park  near Kirkbymoorside,    last year visitors were banned from the daffodills due to the foot and mouth crisis.
5/4/02 The Farndale daffodills in the North York Moors National Park near Kirkbymoorside, last year visitors were banned from the daffodills due to the foot and mouth crisis.
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There’s just a week left for residents and businesses in The North York Moors National Park to send the authority their views on topics such as planning, services and communications in its latest Residents’ Survey.

The survey, available in both electronic and hard copy, was issued to residents in July.

The authority is keen to gain residents’ feedback and will be using the findings from the survey to develop a Business Plan which will form how the National Park Authority spends its money and the work it does over the next four years.

Andy Wilson, CEO at the North York Moors National Park Authority said: “It’s really important for us to understand the views and feelings of our residents. They help to shape the work we do.

“I’d like to encourage everyone who receives the survey to take a few minutes to provide us with their views, to ensure we are making the right decisions in the future.”

The survey is open until next Friday and asks residents to rate the Authority’s services from being ‘very satisfied’ to ‘very dissatisfied‘ and gives the National Park real data and feedback on areas such as, ‘how helpful its staff are’ and ‘how easy information is to access’.

The last residents’ survey was carried out in 2012 and the authority is committed to running these surveys every few years to understand latest thinking.

Email general@northyorkmoors.org.uk if you have not received your survey.