Audit Wales is look at the future of Welsh towns and is looking to hear your views on Town Centres across the County.
Town centres have been at the heart of Welsh society for over 150 years providing both essential services but also giving people a sense of belonging. Some of our towns have thriving town centres whilst others have been in decline for decades.
The growth of online shopping and out of town retail has significantly impacted town centres in recent times.
COVID-19 has presented businesses, retailers, public bodies, elected members and council officers across the country with a new set of challenges and created uncertainty for all of us.
To successfully regenerate town centres and ensure people can access the services they need, businesses and services need to thrive. To help Audit Wales find out what it’s like on the ground, Audit Wales need members of the public and businesses to provide their thoughts and experience on:
The survey should take between 5 and 10 minutes to complete.
Your views will be useful in identifying specific issues that can be further examined in our review and will be summarised in a national report.
Participants will not name you directly and your responses will be dealt with in the strictest confidence.
You can complete the survey via this link