Parents, carers, childcare providers and businesses in Rutland are being asked to complete a short survey about access to Early Education and Childcare provision in the County.
The Childcare Sufficiency Assessment (CSA) plays an important role in providing Rutland County Council with vital information about childcare availability, accessibility and affordability.
Rutland’s last CSA report, published in 2019, found that there was sufficient childcare across the County to meet the needs of parents and carers at that time.
To make sure this remains the case in 2022, people are being invited to share their views and say whether the current childcare offer still meets local need.
The responses will help Rutland County Council respond to any potential issues, pressures or gaps that may be identified, and support Early Education and Childcare providers to manage the market.
The 2022 CSA survey can be completed online at www.rutland.gov.uk/childcaresurvey and will run until 25 February 2022. Those without access to the internet can take part by contacting Rutland County Council on 01572 758484.
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