Council appeals for Cumbernauld residents to join the Citizen’s Panel

Written by Scott Campbell. Scott Campbell
Published at 15:12 on 2 May 2014.
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RESIDENTS of Cumbernauld who wish to have their voices heard, and potentially influence the future of services provided by North Lanarkshire Council have been invited to join this year's North Lanarkshire Citizens’ Panel.

“We're looking for residents who are passionate about North Lanarkshire and keen to share their views about how we can make things better,” a council spokesperson explained.

“Members are asked to share their views in a series of online surveys or postal surveys. There may also be opportunities to express your views in local discussion groups. Your participation will be entirely voluntary and all responses are kept completely confidential.”

North Lanarkshire Council are looking for interested local residents across North Lanarkshire to complete a short, online survey to complete their registration and join the panel, where after panellists receive regular correspondence with surveys and requests for the views of panel members on select council services. 

Anyone interested in joining the North Lanarkshire Citizens’ Panel can do so by taking part in a quick, two-minute survey, here: 

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