News: WSCC Seeking Business Guidance

Posted on 5th July 2018

West Sussex County Council is seeking the views of local business owners and residents to help inform its budgeting cycle for the next two years.

So far we have heard from around 25 businesses or organisations in West Sussex – but we would like to hear from more!

Can you help us, please?

As there are just two weeks left to participate, we are emailing you to ask if you would kindly share the message provided below with your business contacts.  This will help to raise awareness of the ‘What Matters To You?’ survey.  It will also help us to ensure we hear the voice of business who want to be heard.

Please help us if you can – we really do want to know what our local businesses think – and our residents of course. 

 

Businesses in West Sussex: What Matters To You?

 

Businesses in West Sussex: What Matters to You? There are just over two weeks left for you to fill in our survey and let us know

If you own a business in West Sussex or you live in the County, please take part in our survey and tell us what matters to you!

Your answers will help shape West Sussex County Council’s future priorities and inform how the budget is set for 2019/20.

The survey asks for your views on service priorities in the West Sussex Plan, and seeks your opinion on  future Council Tax levels.

Helping us to understand your priorities can help others too! By taking part you can nominate a registered West Sussex Charity to win a £500 donation in our Prize Draw.

Survey Link: www.westsussex.gov.uk/whatmatters2018

Closing date for both surveys: Monday 16 July

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