The recent Communities and Local Government Inquiry into Public Parks found Parks “at a tipping point and face a period of decline with potentially severe consequences unless their vital contribution to areas such as public health, community integration and climate change mitigation is recognised.” The Inquiry encouraged local authorities to evaluate what they are doing, and share the learning across the country to encourage innovation and new ways of working. The Parks Alliance wants to develop its role and services to meet these challenges in a way that makes it sustainable as an organisation and ensures its supporters get the benefits they require.
The Parks Alliance would therefore be very grateful if you could complete a short survey, which includes 16 questions about you, about parks and about The Parks Alliance itself. Your responses will help The Parks Alliance to develop its offer and continue to promote and protect parks into the future. The survey should take no longer than 10 minutes to complete.
Please click here to begin.