Access and Inclusion Glenorchy

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We want to find out what people think about access and inclusion in Glenorchy!


What is access and inclusion?

Access means places are easy for people to get to.

Inclusion means you feel like you belong and you are important.





We will use the information you tell us to make the community better by:

  • Delivering better council services
  • Providing better access to buildings and outdoor spaces
  • Making sure everyone is included
  • Working with others on projects


We will keep the information about you private.


This consultation closed Monday 10th May. Thank you to everyone who contributed.


Download an Easy English version of the survey or go to Documents to find Easy English surveys.

We want to find out what people think about access and inclusion in Glenorchy!


What is access and inclusion?

Access means places are easy for people to get to.

Inclusion means you feel like you belong and you are important.





We will use the information you tell us to make the community better by:

  • Delivering better council services
  • Providing better access to buildings and outdoor spaces
  • Making sure everyone is included
  • Working with others on projects


We will keep the information about you private.


This consultation closed Monday 10th May. Thank you to everyone who contributed.


Download an Easy English version of the survey or go to Documents to find Easy English surveys.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.


    Why are we doing a survey and what is access and inclusion?


    We want to find out what people think about access and inclusion in Glenorchy!

    Access means places are easy for people to get to.

    Inclusion means you feel like you belong and you are important.


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