An online survey is seeking the views of local people and visitors - whether they are boaters, kayakers, sailors, anglers, stand-up paddle boarders, swimmers, wildlife enthusiasts, in fact anyone that spends time on or near the water.
The Environment Agency, Norfolk Fire and Rescue, the Broads Authority, and Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies are working together to run the survey so they can find out how people access information about the waterways to help them stay safe and make the most of their leisure time.
A spokesperson for the organisations said of the initiative,
“All of our organisations work with the public and receive feedback that a mobile app or web resource giving local information would be useful. We want to find out if there is a need for such an initiative. Before we start developing resources we’re searching for people who would like to be included in our research.”
The survey which only takes a couple of minutes to complete is available through the following link https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/5SQ6CXC and will be open until the beginning of October. The survey is anonymous and no personal data is collected.
Tuesday 28 August 2018