RESIDENTS can have their say on the use of open spaces across South Staffordshire if they fill in a survey.
South Staffordshire Council is producing an Open Space strategy where it will look at open space in the district and how existing open spaces, including everything from Weston Park to village greens, can be made better.
Residents are being asked for their views on the open spaces in their area. The survey runs from September 4 to 16 October.
After this, the results will be analysed and a strategy drawn up.
Leader of South Staffordshire Council Brian Edwards said: “Open spaces can help to enrich the lives of the people who use them, and can be seen as essential to our everyday lives.
At the council we recognise this, and we are committed to ensuring that local residents have access to the good quality open spaces that they need.”
The survey will be available from the council’s website www.sstaffs.gov.uk or at parish councils, libraries and leisure centres.