Council seeks community input into service survey
28 February 2013
community input into service survey
Services provided to
Lower Hutt residents will be the subject of an annual
city-wide National Research Bureau (NRB) Survey being
conducted by Hutt City Council.
Mayor of Lower Hutt Ray
Wallace says a random sample of residents will be asked a
wide range of questions related to services and
“We are seeking an impartial view about how well
services are being delivered.
“The NRB survey provides
the council with valuable information about how residents
access services being provided and how those services are
“The survey is also an opportunity for council
to gather suggestions and comments from the community to
assist in developing plans for the future,” says Mayor
NRB is an independent company specialising in
research for local authorities across New Zealand.
telephone survey will run through to Sunday 10
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