The One City Plan is a 15-year strategy created in 2012 to guide the future economic regeneration of Chester.
This plan defines the vision for the city, co-ordinating public and private investment and development activity in Chester city centre. It also informed the Cheshire West & Chester Local Development Framework, the statutory planning document for the city.
Chester Growth Partnership is the guardian of the One City Plan, with responsibility for overseeing its progress.
Nine years on, Cheshire West & Chester Council has decided to review the plan and has commissioned independent group Good for Nothing to conduct a survey to find out how we use the city (and what we want to change). This information will be used to help refresh the One City Plan.
You can complete the survey with no knowledge of the One City Plan but if you’re interested you can read it here>
This survey is about being positive and constructive. You may not have visited the city at all last year, but as you complete this survey cast your mind back to times before Covid-19 and how you used the city then.
Here is the link to the survey: www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/MakeChester
It will take you between 15 – 20 minutes to complete.