This is your last chance to take part in an important survey on Southport’s roads and footpaths.

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This is your last chance to take part in an important survey on Sefton’s roads and footpaths. 

Hundreds of people have already completed the survey online and as the deadline has now been extended – Sefton Council hopes even more people will get involved.

The online consultation includes questions about the condition of the roads, street lights, traffic congestion, pollution and the rights of way network.

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Cllr John Fairclough, Sefton Council’s Cabinet Member for Locality Services, said: “Whether you live in Sefton or just travel through, this is a unique opportunity to have your say on how you think these services could be improved. We want as many people as possible to take part and you now have until August to share your ideas.”

It’s quick and easy to complete the survey online  Alternatively, you can complete a paper copy of the questionnaire and return it by the closing date of Friday, August 5.


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