Published: Wednesday, 6th July 2022
Have your say and tell us how the rising cost of living is affecting you.
On 22 June, the Royal Borough of Greenwich pledged to take urgent action to do even more to support residents with the rising cost of living and increased cases of food poverty. As part of this, the Council has launched a survey to hear directly from those most affected.
The short survey will ask direct questions on how the rising cost of living is affecting people in the borough, in the hopes of identifying where there may be gaps in support, so that these can be addressed.
Further to the survey, the Council will be reaching out even more widely through community centres, respected local figures, faith groups, ward councillors and many others.
Cllr Anthony Okereke, Leader of the Royal Borough of Greenwich said: “As a Council, we try to do as much as possible to support our most vulnerable residents and communities, and this survey will allow us to continue to do so.
“As the rising cost of living affects each person differently, this survey will help us gain a better understanding of how to support our residents, when they need it most. I urge everyone to take part and together we can shape our response to the rising cost of living going forward.”
You can have your say by visiting: royalgreenwich.gov.uk/cost-of-living-survey
If you need support now, you can find a full list of resources here: www.royalgreenwich.gov.uk/cost-of-living-help