RESIDENTS across Inverclyde are to be asked about their priorities for the area over next five years by Inverclyde Labour.
The party is launching its biggest ever consultation for its local government manifesto.
Labour, which is fielding nine candidates in May’s council elections, is sending 10,000 surveys to people across the district.
The survey is also available online for every Inverclyde resident to complete.
Inverclyde Labour Leader Stephen McCabe said: “At the election in May, Labour candidates are standing on a record of delivery that we’re proud of, whether that’s refurbishing every school in Inverclyde, delivering brand new childcare services or investing in our critical infrastructure.
“But we also want to look to the future. As we recover from the covid-19 pandemic, our community has even more challenges to grapple with.
“We want to hear from residents now about what they think the council’s priorities should be for the next five years.”
Labour’s candidates for the election in May:
Ward 1 — Stephen McCabe
Ward 2 — Robert Moran
Ward 3 — Colin Jackson and Michael McCormick
Ward 4 — Francesca Brennan and Jim Clocherty
Ward 5 — Martin McCluskey
Ward 6 — Paul Cassidy
Ward 7 — Natasha Murphy