What do you think about public services in Leeds? What issues are affecting your community? We want to hear from you.
The council runs the Leeds Citizens’ Panel to find out what people in Leeds think and need. It is one of the ways the council listens to people’s views. There are thousands already taking part but we need more to make the panel better represent people like you. Will you join them?
If you become a panellist, you will be invited several times a year to take part in activities such as:
- Telling us what you think about services the council provides and issues affecting where you live. For example: filling in a survey on the quality of waste collection, or coming along to a discussion group on cultural events in Leeds.
- Taking part in research to help the council do things better. For example: sharing your thoughts on draft designs for posters that the council is thinking about using to raise public awareness of domestic violence.
- Helping to spread important messages about what is happening in Leeds with your friends and neighbours. For example: sharing a leaflet with your sports club about a major consultation like the council's budget or plans for new housing.
You must live in the Leeds area and be aged 18 or above to join the panel.
Find out more by reading the frequently asked questions further down this page.
You can apply to join by completing the electronic form in the Top tasks section of this page, or if you would prefer a paper form then feel free to get in touch using the Contact us section of this page.
Recent newsletters and promotional materials are available under the Documents section of this page.