Argyll and Bute’s population has dropped by more than 3,000 in ten years. A reducing population could have consequences for public services including health, education and employment in the area, and may also impact on government funding allocated to Argyll and Bute in future.
Argyll and Bute Community Planning Partnership (CPP) wants your views on why there’s no place like Argyll and Bute to make your home, to visit or to work, and wants you to share ideas on how to reverse this declining population trend. Please complete the survey below and give us your views.
The CPP has organised a series of public events to give people an opportunity to identify what needs to change to attract more people to stay in the area and to move to the area. For details of events in your area, please follow the link.
The closing date for this survey is 21 February 2014.