What’s great and what’s not about living in the CBD? Residents 3000 is finding out via a short online survey.
The residents group says it can better advocate on behalf of residents if it knows what issues are most important.
Residents 3000 president John Dall’Amico explained: “We want to properly represent the views of residents, so it is important that we know what the needs and priorities are.”
“What do people feel is great about the city and what areas could be improved?” he said.
Mr Dall’Amico thanked real estate agency Hocking Stuart for providing the online platform.
Principal Scott McElroy said: “We would love to have as many involved as possible to generate maximum exposure for the Residents3000 initiative.”
“The quick survey asks a small number of multiple choice questions – from likes and dislikes of the city to rating the importance of CBD issues. It also gives participants the opportunity to give your opinion on ideas for a better city,” Mr McElroy said.
Residents have until November 13 to participate in the survey at www.bettermelbourne.com.au
The results will be published in the December/January edition of CBD News.