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Council hosts community listening events

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We are inviting residents to give their views on the priorities for local communities and how budgets are used in future.

A series of online community listening events are being held to allow council officers and elected members to better understand community priorities and to discuss the important decisions facing the council on local services.

“The opinions of residents are important to us, and we would like to hear their views on what council services people value most, their priorities for delivering services and what services we could reduce or stop providing,” said Council Leader Councillor Jim Logue.

“We also want to discuss how best our communities can work with public services to support the delivery of these important local services.

“So I hope people will join one of our online listening events to take part in the discussions and help shape future local services for North Lanarkshire.”

The events will all run from 6.30pm to 8.30pm on Microsoft Teams:

  • Bellshill – Monday 25 October
  • Airdrie – Tuesday 26 October
  • Kilsyth – Tuesday 26 October
  • Wishaw – Wednesday 27 October
  • Northern Corridor – Wednesday 27 October
  • Shotts – Thursday 28 October
  • Coatbridge – Thursday 28 October
  • Motherwell – Tuesday 2 November
  • Cumbernauld – Thursday 4 November

To get involved, email CommunityMatters@northlan.gov.uk with your contact information and the event you would like to attend. If you require any communication support or assistance to participate, then please let us know when you email. You will then receive a link to join the event along with any relevant papers.

If you are unable to attend the events, you can still submit your views by completing a short survey at www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/WFKSSXW

Page last updated:
19 Oct 2021

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