Access to Advice Survey launched in Hart
23 April 2015
We're going through a big period of change in the UK, from welfare reform to cuts in legal aid, to the introduction of new pension rules and rising household costs. It is therefore important that we are able to access relevant, impartial advice and get help when we need it most in our lives.
The survey presents a tremendous opportunity to help us better understand the community that we serve and to identify how we can make sure effective advice and information services are available to those that need them most. The survey will also explore how people would like to access help and the potential for alternative ways of delivering advice.
The survey is open right now and until the end of September 2015. The survey is entirely anonymous and only takes a few minutes to complete. Click here to take the Access to Advice Survey yourself.
For those residents of Hart who do not have access to the internet, copies of the survey will be available for completion in person at the Volunteer Centre in Hart Shopping Centre, at the Hart Children's Centre and their outreach venues in Hook and RAF Odiham and from the Fleet and Yateley offices of Citizens Advice Hart District.
The survey is part of the ASTF funded Hart Access to Advice project.
You can help make a difference to how advice and information services within Hart are delivered in the future.← Back to 2015 News