Your opinion matters - let us know how you feel about Gainsborough

Birds eye view of Gainsborough

West Lindsey District Council has launched a new survey to find out how people feel about the town.

The results will be used to help shape our exciting plans to create a ‘Thriving Gainsborough’ which builds on our wider Invest Gainsborough programme of work.

As previously reported, the Council was successfully awarded £10 million from Central Government, as part of the ‘Levelling Up’ Programme to bring about change as part of our £17million work. It includes six new interventions, including building a new cinema and creating a new green space and much more.

As plans are progressing and some interventions such as the wayfinding signs have been completed and ready to update when projects are done, it is timely to pause and ask residents how they feel about the town centre.

Leader of West Lindsey District Council, Councillor Trevor Young encourages residents to take part in the survey. He said: 

“As part of our programme of work, there are 6 main projects being delivered including a brand new four screen cinema, new green spaces and improvements to the Market Place. We strongly encourage both residents and visitors of Gainsborough to help us understand your needs and how you feel about the town as we develop and deliver these exciting projects.” 

The ‘Levelling Up’ Programme has been co-produced with our communities, politicians, local businesses and third-party investors. It builds on the momentum created by previous interventions and implements further visibly impactful and transformational change. 

Our intention is to directly address the most pressing systemic challenges and market failures that continue to hold the town and our communities back, while ensuring that the town plays an active role in reducing carbon emissions.

This survey will close at 9am on Monday 19 February 2024, where the results will be analysed and fed into the projects.

Take part in the survey.

To keep up to date with all the Levelling-Up projects follow us @investGainsboro on Twitter or Instagram or you can find out more information via the website.

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