Bristol City Council is urging people to share their views to help shape future council policy regarding the city’s shopping areas and high streets.
The quick surveys are looking to find people’s opinions on issues such as how they feature in leisure time, how much time they spend there and how they get there.
Cllr Craig Cheney, Deputy Mayor with responsibility for Finance, Governance and Performance, said: “Whilst recent media reports about the death of the high street may be exaggerated, there is no doubt that trends relating to changes to the way people shop, including online, are having an impact.
“That’s why we want to hear the views of as many people as possible about what they want from their shopping centres, in order to inform planning policy, investment decisions and business support initiatives.”
People have until Sunday 07 October to take part in the surveys which can be found here: https://bristol.citizenspace.com/growth-regeneration/bristol-high-street-futures/
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