South Kesteven District Council invites residents to have their say on its services

South Kesteven District Council (SKDC) is launching a survey to ask local people what they think of the services it provides and its plans for the future.

The consultation will run for three weeks, starting on Wednesday 9 May, and will give residents the opportunity to comment on Council services and its priorities.

Councillor Helen Goral, Cabinet member for Communications and Engagement, said: "As residents saw earlier in the year from our council tax consultation, we have big plans to improve the services we provide and make a positive difference.

"This survey gives residents an opportunity to tell us what they think to our current services and what is important to them going forward.

"Residents' views will be invaluable in helping us understand what they think of our services now and where we should focus our resources. The results will also provide us with a benchmark against which we can measure ourselves in the future."

Nearly 4,000 hard copies of the survey will be sent to households selected at random from the electoral register.

Residents wishing to have their say, who have not been selected to participate, are invited to complete the online survey, which can be found at:

For a printed copy please contact the communications team on 01476 406502 or by email

The consultation closes on 31 May 2018.

For media enquiries:

Email the SKDC communications team at or phone 01476 406498 or 406440.