16 July 2015
People are being asked to vote on their top priorities for town. The online surveys are a follow up to consultation workshops held in May to get people’s input to plans for improving St Helier.
The regeneration of St Helier is one of the Council of Ministers’ priorities. The workshops were set up by a group of ministers responsible for delivering town regeneration. They wanted to find out what issues facing town concerned people, and to look at what changes they wanted. People were asked for their views and ideas on three themes
- Travel and transport
- Urban living and environment
- Identity and community
Three brief summary reports on the findings have been published, along with a three short online polls where people can vote for their top priorities for town. The surveys are open to everyone with an interest in St Helier, not just those who live and work there.
Link to poll and summary reports
The findings will be put together with the output from further targeted consultation with other people who live, work or visit St Helier which will be carried out over the summer. This will assist Ministers in identifying and prioritising actions and proposals to improve St Helier.