20 November 2018
The University of Leeds is working with partners to research the views of Leeds residents towards charitable giving and other ways to support and fund the city’s public parks and green spacesEngland's first dedicated, citywide charitable fund for enhancing public parks and green spaces has been launched in Leeds (The Leeds Parks Fund). The Leeds Parks Fund will support community-led improvements and enhancements to parks and green spaces over and above the City Council’s current work in parks.
The University of Leeds are working with partners to conduct a short survey to explore the views of Leeds residents and businesses towards charitable giving and other ways to support and fund the city’s public parks and green spaces.
The findings will feed into future plans for sustaining and improving the city’s public parks. It will inform a national Rethinking Parks programme, funded by the Big Lottery Fund, Heritage Lottery Fund and Nesta, investigating different ways to make parks more sustainable.
Please respond to this survey if you are a resident of Leeds.
The survey will ask about your:
- Use of parks
- Charitable giving
- Views on ways of funding parks and green spaces
- Views on charitable giving to parks and green spaces
- Views on the Leeds Parks Fund
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Data protection and confidentiality: All responses to the survey will be held securely and access will be limited to the research team for analysis.There are some questions about you, but any published reports of the findings will only include anonymised information.