Plymouth Fairness Commission

Plymouth City Council says it wants to know what you think about the city. It says it will try to do something about it, and has set up The Fairness Commission as part of a year long project drive out inequality.

Plymouth Fairness Commission: full report

How many of us would like to tell the council what we _really _think about how they're running our towns and cities? Well people in Plymouth are being given the chance to do exactly that.

The City Council admits it may, at times, make for uncomfortable listening but it says it wants to hear the true thoughts of the people of Plymouth.

Claire Manning has been to Whitleigh:

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City asks: 'What's unfair about living in Plymouth?'

What things do you think are unfair about living in Plymouth?

Is there enough parking?

Recycling facilities?

Too much litter?

What about grafitti?

Unemployment?

Plymouth City Council says it wants to know what you think and it's going to do something about it.

Dame Suzi Leather is the chair of a new Fairness Commission, set up for Plymouth as part of a year long project to drive out inequality.