Is it something we said? Essex Council miss out Harlow on “Listening tour”
Politics / Mon 16th Jun 2014 pm30 05:55pm
ESSEX COUNTY Council are going on tour in Essex to listen to residents but seem to have missed out Harlow.
The public will be asked what they think about Essex County Council services during a month long Customer Experience campaign starting on Monday 16 June.
The Customer Experience campaign will tour the county to ask the public for feedback on ECC services. The roadshow will visit a number of locations across Essex to provide residents with the opportunity to discuss how they interact with Essex County Council.
The campaign will visit a number of locations from 10am to 4pm. Its purpose is to encourage members of the public to speak to Essex County Council employees to learn about how we can develop better relationships with customers, discuss how they interact with us and provide feedback on our services.
Essex County Council Leader, Cllr David Finch said: “We want to provide great and accessible services that deliver value for money to local residents. The Customer Experience roadshow is designed to generate positive discussions with residents to understand their interaction with us and how we may do things differently.”
The roadshow will tour a number of locations over the next two weeks, including:
· Monday 16 June – Chelmsford Library
· Tuesday 17 – Weald Country Park, Brentwood
· Wednesday 18 June – Braintree Library
· Thursday 19 June – Essex Records Office, Chelmsford
· Monday 23 June – The Atrium in County Hall, Chelmsford
· Wednesday 25 June – Basildon Library
· Thursday 26 June – Loughton Library & East 15 Acting School (1-2pm)
· Wednesday 2July – Manningtree Library
· Thursday 3 July – Clacton Library
· Tuesday 8 July – High Chelmer Shopping Centre, Chelmsford