Newquay Porth & Tretherras Residents' Survey 2021
As you may know elections for Cornwall Council are due to take place on May 6th 2021. The number of Cornwall Council members is being reduced from 123 to 87, hence the wards have been re-drawn and increased in size.

I would love to be able to get out and meet as many people as possible, but that isn’t possible in a pandemic. So, to help me learn about the local issues which are of most concern to you as a resident, I would much appreciate it if you could complete this short survey and click submit at the end.

Please be assured that, to protect your privacy, your reply and personal details will remain anonymous. They will not be shared with any third party, at any time.

Thank you very much for your cooperation.

Joey Bishop

Prospective Labour Candidate for Newquay Porth & Tretherras
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Privately operated social housing is run well in Newquay Porth & Tretherras
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I am happy to pay an additional 2% on my Council Tax to fund adult care
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Care workers should have better working conditions
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Cornwall Council should build more genuinely affordable housing for local people
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We need less luxury development and more fair rent properties
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Addressing child poverty should be a main priority of Cornwall Council
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Our children and grandchildren will be better off than we are
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Cornwall should be at net zero emissions by 2030
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Cornwall council should invest in green jobs for the recovery from Covid
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Public transport requires more investment to make it better and cheaper to use
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Cornwall council should invest in designated cycle lanes to make it safer for residents and visitors to cycle more
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Collecting home recycling every other week is enough
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Comments and any other local issues of concern to you
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