How has the Coronavirus pandemic affected you?

Closed 31 Jul 2020

Opened 24 Jun 2020


To help everyone recover from the impacts of the COVID 19 virus, Perth & Kinross Council are embarking on a programme of recovery and renewal. We need to learn from the experiences of the pandemic and build an ever better Perth and Kinross with the people who live, work and invest here. We want to develop a stronger economy and become a more sustainable and prosperous place to live and work. 

To do this, we have to understand the impacts of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and lockdown on you; our people, partners and communities.  We want everyone to have the opportunity to give feedback which will be used to reshape council services and allow us to build a more aspirational, equal and fair society across our local area, together.

More than ever before, communities are supporting each other, volunteering to help the most vulnerable in our society and pulling together to ensure that people’s health and wellbeing is paramount.  We want to harness and build upon this community spirit and continue to work together using new, exciting and innovative approaches to grow and develop in these areas, bringing the PK Offer to life.

We believe everyone has something to offer, the PK Offer.

By completing the following survey, you will help to inform and shape our vision for the future.

Why we are consulting

As part of our recovery & renewal programme, we are engaging extensively with all of our communities in Perth and Kinross (employees, people who live, work and visit Perth and Kinross) to understand the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

This will help inform our priorities for building a better Perth and Kinross and embedding the PK Offer, working with our communities in different ways to change our relationship from one of Provider to one of Partner.


  • Action Partnership Locality - Almond and Earn
  • Action Partnership Locality - Eastern Perthshire
  • Action Partnership Locality - Highland
  • Action Partnership Locality - Kinross-shire
  • Action Partnership Locality - Perth City
  • Action Partnership Locality - Strathearn and Strathallan
  • Action Partnership Locality - Strathtay
  • All Perth & Kinross
  • Ward 1 - Carse of Gowrie
  • Ward 10 - Perth City South
  • Ward 11 - Perth City North
  • Ward 12 - Perth City Centre
  • Ward 2 - Strathmore
  • Ward 3 - Blairgowrie and Glens
  • Ward 4 - Highland
  • Ward 5 - Strathtay
  • Ward 6 - Strathearn
  • Ward 7 - Strathallan
  • Ward 8 - Kinross-shire
  • Ward 9 - Almond and Earn


  • Anyone from any background


  • Any Interest
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  • Poverty and Inequality
  • Welfare Reform
  • Apprenticeships
  • Business Rates
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  • Births, Deaths and Marriages
  • Budgets and Spending
  • Communication
  • Council Processes
  • Councillors and Committees
  • Democracy and Participation
  • Digital Technology
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  • Human Resources
  • Perth and Kinross Offer
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  • Emergency Planning
  • Flooding
  • Severe Weather
  • Coronavirus
  • Landscape Designations
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  • Pest Control
  • Pollution
  • Sustainable Development
  • Waste and Recycling
  • Disabilities
  • Faith and Belief
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Race
  • Sexual Orientation
  • Affordable Housing
  • Homeless or at Risk
  • Housing Support
  • Private Housing
  • Social Housing
  • Archives and Local History
  • Arts and Culture
  • Festival and Events
  • Parks and Green Spaces
  • Sport and Activities
  • Tourism and Visitor Attractions
  • Area Regeneration
  • Building Warrants
  • Conservation
  • Development
  • Enforcement
  • Land and Property
  • Local Plans and Guidelines
  • Public Space
  • Adult and Community Learning and Development
  • Early Learning and Childcare
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  • Care Homes
  • Carers
  • Children and Families
  • Disabilities
  • Fostering, Adoption and Kinship Care
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Looked After and Accommodated Children
  • Mental Health
  • Protecting People from Harm
  • Cycling and Walking
  • Parking
  • Public Transport
  • Roads and Pavements
  • Traffic
  • Voluntary and Community Sector Organisations
  • Volunteering