The Forum has carried out a study of young people’s views of Durham City. The results are now available: npf-young-peoples-consultation-report-2016-pdf
All respondents had a positive appreciation of Durham City, its heritage, environment, and community, which is evidenced by their comments, and on the whole they thought the City was a good place to live.
Through discussion the pupils identified the following issues as the main priorities:
- Traffic and road safety
- Bus station & public transport
- Environment & streetscape
- Leisure – including Retail, Heritage & the River
Our thanks go to pupils from St. Margaret’s C of E Primary School, St. Oswald’s C of E Aided Primary & Nursery School, St. Leonard’s Catholic School and Durham Sixth Form Centre.