1Which THREE of these national issues are most important to you?

    InfrastructureCrime and anti social behaviourLocal economy and business growthEducation and skills trainingPublic transportGreen economy and tackling climate changeHealth servicesOther (please specify below)

    2Local MP John Stevenson is working with the Government to level up and regenerate our city centre. Which THREE of the following should be top priorities?

    Business growth and more and better jobsMore residential accommodationTransport and connectivityJob related education and skills trainingMore hospitality venuesMore events and marketsParkingBetter night time economy

    3Do you think it should be compulsory that all new buildings have solar panels installed?


    4Which road improvement do you think would most benefit Carlisle?


    5As we rebuild from the pandemic, which THREE local issues do you think should be the top priorities for our city?

    Bin collectionDog foulingCar parkingParks/play areasUntidiness / litterPotholes and pavementsOther (please specify below)

    6What opportunities would you like to see for young people in Carlisle?

    Better access to further educationBetter training facilitiesLocal agricultural educationYouth activitiesYouth employment / apprenticeshipsOther (please specify below)

    7Should the University of Cumbria campus move to the centre of the City?


    8How well do you think John Stevenson is doing as your MP, where 0 is poor and 10 is excellent?

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