Reissued Whitehaven Community Plan Survey

Closed 31 Oct 2019

Opened 6 Aug 2019


Following the recent parish council elections, Whitehaven Town Council members are reissuing their survey looking for residents’ views on a range of topics. With support from ACTion with Communities in Cumbria, the Town Council will use responses, and those already provided, to assist them in writing a Community Plan.

This online survey will build on information already gathered so that the Community Plan  will fully reflect views from around the Town, setting out priorities and actions for the Town Council and the commuity over the next five years.

If you have already completed the survey, there is no need to fill it in again.

Did you know that Whitehaven Town Council meets every month and you can attend these meetings? There is a public participation time on the agenda every month.  

Why We Are Consulting

We want to be confident that the Town Council is taking action which helps residents feel good about living in Whitehaven and which supports a thriving economy.

Your views will help shape an action plan which will guide our work with you.


What Happens Next

Please talk to your local Town Councillor about the Whitehaven Community plan, which will be finalised in the summer of 2019.

All the information gathered in this survey will be used to guide actions for the Town.


  • Skelton Ward


  • Anyone from any background


  • Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender
  • Black and Minority Ethnic
  • Disability
  • Gender
  • Religion/Faith
  • Age
  • Rurality
  • Equalities
  • Director of Finance
  • Council finances
  • Council tax
  • Economic Regeneration
  • Tourism/Tourism Networks
  • Tourist Information Centres
  • Jobs
  • Business
  • Contaminated Land
  • Pest Control
  • Recycling & Environment
  • Parks and open spaces
  • Environmental health
  • Waste management
  • Financial Services
  • Housing Enablement
  • Housing Research
  • Supported Housing
  • General housing
  • Corporate Services
  • Elections and Democracy
  • Human Resources
  • Licensing
  • Arts and Culture
  • Children and Young People
  • Cultural Services
  • Museums
  • Parks and Open Spaces
  • Aboroculture
  • Access
  • Environmental Sustainability
  • Local Plans
  • Spatial planning
  • Policing
  • Fire & Rescue
  • Trading Standards
  • Road safety
  • Emergency planning
  • Other emergency services
  • Community Safety
  • Roads & highways
  • Primary schools
  • Secondary schools
  • Nursery education
  • Sixth form/FE colleges
  • Childrens social care
  • Adults social care
  • Adoption and fostering
  • Older people
  • Health & well-being
  • General interest
  • Communications
  • Policy & Performance
  • Local Taxation
  • Revenues & Benefits
  • Consultation
  • Local Strategic Partnership
  • Parking
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  • Technical Services