Kingston Cost of Living Residents’ Survey

Closes 30 Nov 2023

Opened 10 Oct 2023

Overview

We know this is a challenging time with increasing costs for everyone.

Kingston Council is working closely with a range of community organisations to provide as much support as we can. 

There’s lots of help available - including money advice, mental health support and access to local foodbanks.

Complete our survey and let us know how you are being affected by cost of living pressures, so we can try and improve the support available.

We will use your feedback and work with our partners to make sure we are providing the best support we can and raise awareness of where people can get the help they need. 

Please share information about your situation and experience by completing the survey below before 30 November 2023. All responses are anonymous.

Get support now

If you need help now please visit our website or speak to someone who can connect you up to the support that is available. Visit our Cost of Living Support website page https://www.kingston.gov.uk/costoflivingsupport or call our contact centre on 020 8547 5000.

How to get in touch with us

If you have any questions about this survey, or need any of the information in a different format, please get in touch with us via phone: 020 8547 5000, or email engagement@kingston.gov.uk.

Why your views matter

The results of this survey will help to identify the key issues our communities are experiencing.  

Complete the survey so we can make sure we are providing the best support we can.

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