'Moreton Says' anchor survey results

THE region’s natural beauty, affordable lifestyle, access to an active lifestyle and access to services are among the community’s priorities, a comprehensive survey commissioned by Moreton Bay Regional Council has found.

Council’s community engagement survey, Moreton Says, attracted more than 4100 responses, 34 percent of them from Redcliffe or North Lakes and surrounds.

Moreton Says revealed what is most important to community members across the region, and to visitors, and the results will be used to help Council make decisions.

The anchor survey, conducted between April 29 and June 13, will be followed by a series of shorter “Pulse” surveys every few months to allow Council to monitor changes to community views.

Mayor Peter Flannery said it was fitting the results of the survey were released at Council’s first community council meeting held in Samford last week, where councillors met and listened to the views of locals.

The results of the Moreton Says anchor survey AVAILABLE HERE >