Please tell us about the financial health of your community owned asset!

Colleagues;

Power to Change and the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government have commissioned Sheffield Hallam University to conduct research on assets in community ownership so that they can understand and better support the sector.

To make sure that community libraries are represented, we would be very grateful if you could complete this short survey to share your experiences. As a thank you for completing the survey you will be able to enter a prize a draw to win one of two £100 high street vouchers for your library.

The survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete. It may help to have access to your latest financial accounts to help you with some of the questions; though estimates are also accepted for ease of completion.

Complete the questionnaire online at:  Bit.ly/CommunityAssetSurvey

The information you provide will be used by Sheffield Hallam University in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998, GDPR and other applicable legislation. The information will only be used to understand provide research on assets in community ownership. Your information will not be shared with any other party, without your permission,and we will maintain your anonymity in any reporting. For more information please see our privacy policy.

If you have any questions or issues when completing the survey please contact Cathy Harris via email (c.h.harris@shu.ac.uk) or telephone (0114 225 6113).

2 thoughts on “Please tell us about the financial health of your community owned asset!

  1. Hello
    We have received this message at Water Orton Community Library. However we do not own the building but we lease from Warwickshire County Council.

    Regards

    Jill

    Jill Turner (Volunteer Library Manager)

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