Share your views on the city

Share your views on the city



Residents in Cardiff are being asked how happy and healthy they feel, as part of the Council's annual survey on its services and generalsatisfaction with the city.


Ask Cardiff 2017 seeks to gather the views of citizens on a range of matters with a particular focus on wellbeing.


The survey will also start an early conversation around the Council's 2018/19 budget with the authority needing to find £24m to balance the books next year. Results from Ask Cardiff 2017 will inform specific budget proposals which will be consulted on in more detail later this year.


Leader of Cardiff Council, Cllr Huw Thomas, said: "The annual Ask Cardiff survey is a chance for people to tell us about their experience of public services in the city - what's right, what's wrong and how things could change for the better.


"This year we want to hear about people's happiness and healthiness in everyday life. This is a great opportunity for people to get involved and help to influence changes and improvements to the way services are delivered in their local area.


"Last here we had a very good response to the survey with more than 4,000 people taking part. We want to ensure that the responses fully represent the diversity of our population so we're particularly keen to hear from younger people, residents in the South or East of the city and anyone from a Black, Asian or Ethnic Minority background."


The survey is available to complete online ( Any queries about the survey can be sent


The closing date for Ask Cardiff 2017 is Sunday, September 24, 2017.