Leeds City Council Suppliers Survey

//Leeds City Council Suppliers Survey

Leeds City Council is committed to working closely with the organisations which provide it with goods and services.

As part of this commitment, the Council is currently undertaking research with the Centre for Local Economic Strategies (CLES) to demonstrate the impact its spending has on the local economy.

To do this and assess the impact effectively they are asking for your help.

They are asking all their key suppliers to take the time to complete a short survey, with ten questions.

The aim of the survey is to try and understand how Leeds City Council’s spend is recycled through the economy by asking a few questions about your own employees and suppliers.

For questions that require a numerical answer, estimates are fine and please leave blank any questions that you do not wish to / cannot answer. A partially completed survey is still useful for this work.

Individual organisations will not be identified within the research and all information provided will be treated in the strictest confidence.

The survey can be accessed by following this link –


Could you please complete the survey by Friday 18 January

Should you require any additional information about any details of the research, please do not hesitate to contact Matthew Todd at CLES on 0161 832 7871 or matthewtodd@cles.org.uk

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