Mobile Library Services - Public Consultation

Essex County Council is reviewing its mobile library service, to ensure that it is relevant to people’s lives and offers good value for the money it costs to provide.

We want your views on the changes we are proposing and what they will mean for you.

The council’s strategic aims for 2017 to 2021 are to:
• Enable inclusive economic growth
• Help people get the best start and age well
• Help create great places to grow up, live and work
• Transform the council to achieve more with less.

To achieve these we need to look at all of our services and consider whether they represent value for money for people who live and work in Essex and whether there are better ways we could be doing things. That includes looking at how best to provide library services. Some libraries are developing into more active community hubs, we are encouraging more community involvement and more people are accessing libraries online.

The consultation starts on Tuesday 19 September 2017 and ends on Monday 6 November 2017.
 
Information is available online at www.essexinsight.org.uk and www.essex.gov.uk and in all mobile libraries and libraries

To view the Draft Equality Impact Assessment for Mobile Libraries Consultation, Please click link below

Equality Impact Assessment - Mobile Libraries Consultation

To view the Draft Needs Assessment for Mobile Libraries Consultation, Please click link below

Draft Needs Assessment - Mobile Libraries Consultation

To view the Easy Read version of the Consultation, Please click link below

Mobile Library Services Easy Read Version

To access the online consultations, Please click link below

Mobile Library Services Online Consultation

Mobile Library Services Online Consultation - Children and Young People Version



Updated: 20 September 2017 | Owner: Sean Marks
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