The new community vision for Surrey
Published: 29 October 2018
How your feedback shaped the vision in 2030
During the summer of 2018, Surrey County Council asked it's residents, communities and partners to give their views on a draft vision for Surrey in 2030. Over 3000 respondents shared their views on what priorities they wanted to see for the future of Surrey and we have now created the new community vision for Surrey in 2030.
People saw lots of positives about living and working in Surrey, including the beautiful green spaces the county has to offer, good transport networks, and high performing schools and hospitals. But there's no doubt there are also some challenges ahead and many were concerned about traffic congestion, the condition of the road networks, affordable housing, housing development in the county and the pressures on funding of public services such as social care services, schools and services for children and young people.
What happens next?
The vision is very much a shared one - whilst the county council has a key role to play, it will need to be delivered by working together with residents, communities and partners, focusing on the key priorities that need to be delivered.
You can read the full Community Vision for Surrey in 2030 and the feedback report on our website.
For more information you can call 03456 009 009. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or Textphone (via Text Relay): 18001 03456 009 009 or SMS 07860 053 465.
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