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Which Radlett issues will influence your vote in the general election on 7 May?
Many factors influence voting decisions. Some will be big, national concerns - the economy, the management of the NHS, immigration - but voters are also influenced by more local issues, issues that may even have a greater affect on day-to-day life.

Take a minute (that's all it will take) to complete this survey of which local issues are most important to you in making your voting decision at the general election. Only complete the survey if you live in Radlett and can vote on 7 May.

You don't need to provide any personal information and you can only complete the survey once. We'll publish the results on the Radlett Wire blog and will try to reach out to our candidates to let them know which issues motivate you. Write in any issues that you think we've missed out in the blank box at the bottom of the survey.

The freight terminal and the green belt
Loosening of green belt rules, development of rural land…
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Development in Radlett
Garden grabbing, housing density, planning rules…
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Schools
Free schools, secondary transfer, catchment areas, quality of local provision…
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Local amenities
Libraries, Post Office, parks, playgrounds, sports grounds…
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The NHS
Access to GP appointments and A&E, waiting times, out-of-hours…
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Housing
Provision of affordable housing, getting on the housing ladder, 'generation rent'
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Elder care
Cost of care, quality of care homes, dementia and Alzheimers care…
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Transport and commuting
Cost of tickets, quality of service, bus services, franchise operation…
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Crime and policing
Peace of mind, bobbies on the beat, parking control, community safety…
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Environment
Bike lanes, wind farms, solar subsidies, recycling...
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Local business
Health of the High Street, business rates, availability of premises, customer confidence…
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Very important
Young people
Work opportunities, apprenticeships, things to do in the evening…
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Very important
Type in any other local issues that will influence your vote in the general election
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