Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council launches business survey
With the latest announcements from Stormont regarding the easing of restrictions, Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s Town & Village Management Team is keen to gather feedback from local businesses on the reopening of their non-essential shops and businesses.
A spokesperson from the Council’s Town & Village Management Team said: “We want to know how businesses have adapted to the ongoing situation and is additional support required?
“We also want your feedback on recent findings from our Local Community Survey which has highlighted changes that the public would like to see in our town centres.
“Participation in this Local Business Survey will help us to work with partners to implement any necessary plans or changes in light of the COVID-19 recommendations.”
The survey is available by going to www.causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk/work/business-survey and will only take a few minutes to complete.
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It requires information about the business type, its current status during Covid-19 restrictions and plans for the business to reopen as soon as restrictions are lifted.
Other details include online trade, the ability for the business to adapt a model and service offering and the implementation of a government guidelines within workplace as well as giving owners the chance to give their personal views and ideas. Deadline for completion is Friday, June 12.
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