Second Coronavirus Resident Survey launched
19 March 2021
Residents are being invited to share their views and experiences in relation to Coronavirus as Brent Council launches its second Coronavirus Resident Survey.
Last summer the Council heard from over 1,500 local residents when it launched the first successful Coronavirus Resident Survey. Nine months on, the second survey has been launched to hear more about the impact on the borough and its people.
Cllr Muhammed Butt, Leader of Brent Council, said: “We’re listening, and I would encourage as many people as possible to take part in this survey. We know COVID has hit our communities hard and I’d like to hear from residents in all our diverse neighbourhoods about their experiences.
“It’s really important that we understand the impact of the pandemic so that we can plan accordingly how we work our way out of the current situation. The survey only takes ten minutes to complete, but your answers will help us to serve you better and navigate a way back to our lives as we knew them.”
The easiest way to complete the survey is online at: https://consultation.brent.gov.uk/chief-executive-department/covidressurvey21, but printed versions are also available at the Customer Service desk within Brent Civic Centre, in all of our open libraries, and at Brent Hubs.
Questions range from mental health and wellbeing to how COVID-19 has affected finances or housing.
Please complete the survey by Friday 30 April 2021.