Last week we took to the streets to collect responses for our #DocklandsSays survey.
The survey examines the demographics of people living and working in the area. Through the survey we can see what docklands residents and employees want from the area, how they think businesses in the Docklands can support the local area and if they think Docklands employees should be represented on the new Docklands Oversight and Consultative Forum.
The survey also gets a feel for how the locals feel about the future development of Dublin Docklands. It asks if they think Docklands should aim to be like the Dun Laoghaire maritime tourist area, if it should have more family friendly amenities and if the docklands Georgian and Victorian heritage should be preserved and restored.
On Thursday we collected over 60 responses in Mayor Square. The public was extremely willing to fill out our survey and help out – in exchange for a bun!
On Friday we ran out of our buns as we flocked around the busy Grand Canal Square. After their lunchbreak those who lived and worked in the Docklands area were keen to fill out our survey and let us know their thoughts on the area. We received 130 completed surveys.
If you would like to fill out our survey you can find the online link here.
We would love to hear what you have to say and there’s also a chance to win lots of great prizes if you fill out the survey. The prizes include: a City Break for two in the Maldron Hotel, Wakeboarding Lessons for four, Wine & Chocolate Hamper, Brunch for two at KC Peaches, Sea Safari Tour for 4 and more!
Thanks to everyone who took part!
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