Living in Warwickshire Survey


WCC has launched the Living in Warwickshire survey, which gives Warwickshire residents the chance to have their say on a range of public services within Warwickshire. The survey can be completed online at

This is an opportunity for people to have their say on what living in Warwickshire is really like. The research will gather people’s views on a variety of topics including health and wellbeing, community safety, local neighbourhoods, transport, and public service provision.

Results from the survey will highlight key issues experienced by people on a day-to-day basis, including information on how they live, needs and challenges. This will inform council work programmes to address these local needs and shape services for the future.

The survey can be completed online only, all respondents must be aged over 18 years old and will have the opportunity to enter a prize draw to a win a Warwick Castle Family Annual Pass (for four people), a further 10 pairs of tickets to Warwick Castle will also be awarded.

The survey will close on Tuesday 31 May, to complete the survey today, visit:

Announcing the new Neighbourhood Plan website

Following our January Open Day, when many of you said you wanted to see the maps we were displaying in the village hall added to our website, we have focused our work on getting a new and more comprehensive website up and running.

All the maps shown on 16th & 18th January are now available in detail together with the questionnaires and, more importantly, the outcomes from that consultation event.

Please log on to the website to follow the progress of the Plan as it develops through all stages to its conclusion and adoption by the planning authorities.

As with all websites, we will be updating and adding as we go along, so please feel free to comment on content or give us your views either by email to<> or on our Facebook page

The website has been produced by volunteers with no cost to our community.

The Neighbourhood Plan Committee