Your views on Surrey County Council's Draft Vision for Surrey by 2030

Closed 3 Sep 2018

Opened 6 Jun 2018

Feedback expected 30 Nov 2018


Surrey is a great place to live where many residents and businesses thrive. But not everyone has the same opportunities and many people face problems including domestic abuse, homelessness and mental health issues.

There are also growing pressures for the county. The population is increasing and putting more strain on services for children and older people, housing and infrastructure. At the same time, Surrey County Council and other public services have finite resources to respond.

With these significant challenges facing the county it is important we all agree what we want Surrey to be like in the future. A shared vision will help inspire and enable better outcomes to be achieved for everyone in Surrey.

To get the discussion under way, Surrey County Council has drafted an ambitious vision for Surrey by 2030. Now we want to know what you think. All you need to do is watch the short animation below that outlines the draft vision and then answer a few questions. All analysis and reporting of your views and comments will be aggregated and anonymised.

We'll use this feedback to turn our draft into a shared vision for Surrey that will shape our future plans for services and how we can all work together to achieve it.

We look forward to receiving your feedback.


What happens next

We will be talking to residents, staff, councillors, partners and businesses over the summer, and we will use this feedback to shape the draft vision for Surrey, and inform our future plans for services and how we work with others. In November, we will publish a final version of the vision, alongside a strategy and budget for the council. You can check the Council meeting papers nearer to the time here:


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