Council tenants in the Caerphilly county borough are being asked to give their views on the rent that they pay.
Last year Caerphilly County Borough Council asked its tenants whether average household income should be taken into account when setting rents. Of those who replied, 54% stated that it should.
In response to this, the Council is now asking tenants to complete a short survey to give their views. The results will be used as part of the Council’s rents and affordability review, which will help it consider how rents will be set in the future.
The survey can be found online and will end on Monday 23 May.
Every tenant who enters and provides their contact details will be entered into a prize draw, with one person winning £100 in shopping vouchers and three more winning £50 vouchers.