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Have your say in St Albans District Council business survey
Time is running out for businesses in St Albans to have their say on how council services can be improved.
Businesses are being encouraged to fill in an online survey which closes today. However businesses who are unable to respond to the survey by this date can still send their comments to firstname.lastname@example.org .
St Albans District Council is asking for ideas to make it easier for local businesses to compete for council business and to use services.
It has teamed up with St Albans District Chamber of Commerce to seek the views of businesses on how to achieve these twin goals.
Councillor Beric Read, Portfolio Holder for community engagement and localism at the council, said: "The council is working to improve our procurement processes and services for local businesses. This survey will help us to test out specific ideas and to prioritise actions that are important to local businesses. If you run a business, please let us know your views."
Feedback from the survey will be considered by the Local Services Scrutiny Committee on Tuesday, September 3.A final version of the plan will put before cabinet on Thursday, September 19.
The Chamber sent out our survey to its members in July which is still available to be completed online until today at: www.surveymonkey.com/s/Business_Friendly.
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