31/07/2017

Survey Aims To Discover 'Wants, Needs And Satisfaction' Of Stormont Est Users

The Department of Finance has launched a survey to "better understand the wants, needs and satisfaction of Stormont Estate users".
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The department manages the Green Flag Award-winning public park in east Belfast, covering 60 hectares of managed, mainly deciduous woods, as well as public accessible parkland, amenity gardens, agricultural land and children's play ground. It also houses a large office estate, veterinary labs, a castle and the home of the NI Assembly, Parliament Buildings.

Whether you're a regular user or a one-time visitor the department want to hear from you.

The survey can be accessed at here.

(MH/LM)

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