Bristol City Council is consulting local people on its proposed draft Leisure Facilities Investment Strategy and it would like to hear local people’s views.
In this survey the council describes why it is proposing investment at some facilities and why it proposes to stop operating two other facilities. The survey asks for people’s views on this proposed approach. It also describes the potential investments that could be made at up to three facilities and asks whether people think each of these is important or not.
The proposals are intended to support a cost-effective delivery of leisure services through a newly procured contract when the current contracts for operating leisure facilities expire.
The Survey also asks about which leisure facilities people currently use, to help to shape the council’s procurement for a leisure centre operator and to define the types of services it might specify during the procurement process.
You can find more detail on the council’s proposals and complete a survey to share your views by visiting the council’s consultation page bristol.gov.uk/leisureinvestment The consultation closes on Sunday 7 November. Alternative formats of the survey can be requested in another language, Braille, audio tape, large print, easy read, BSL video or CD-ROM or plain text by emailing email@example.com or calling 0117 922 3320.