The survey is part of a review of our communications. It will help us to assess if what we are doing at the moment is working and how we might improve things for the future. Pembrokeshire County Council has 60 Councillors, who each represent residents in different areas of Pembrokeshire.
Councillors have a duty to serve their communities and meet together regularly as the Council, where they decide overall policy and set the organisation’s budget for the year. Up to ten members of the Council form the Cabinet, which meets regularly and makes decisions in line with the Council’s overall policies. Pembrokeshire County Council provides a range of services for local residents, businesses and visitors. We have over 6,000 employees who work to deliver these services in offices, schools, leisure centres, libraries and many other locations across the county.
The purpose of Council communications is to encourage local residents, businesses and visitors to make the best use of the services provided, in order to help individuals and communities be the best they can. To take part in the survey complete our online response form
The deadline for responses is Friday 6th September 2019.
Information is being gathered anonymously. It will be processed and stored using SNAP Survey Software.
Anonymised data and comments may be published as part of a report.