MPs are putting their political weight behind the Yorkshire Evening Post’s Leeds 2014 Survey.
We are calling on our loyal readers to share their visions for the future of Leeds.
The survey is an opportunity for people to describe their life in the city and what they would like to see happen in the future.
The results will be handed to the city’s leaders to help them tackle some of the issues that matter most to YEP readers.
Hundreds of readers have already filled in the Leeds 2014 Survey and among them was Leeds North West MP Greg Mulholland.
The Liberal Democrat MP said: “Residents of Leeds can be rightly proud of living and working here.
“We have seen many significant and positive changes over the years.
“This survey is an opportunity to tell Leeds City Council how we feel on the key issues- from crime to transport to local facilities.
“Credit to the Yorkshire Evening Post for running this survey, I would recommend as many Leeds residents as possible fill it in.
“No comment is too trivial, everything feeds into shaping the future of the city we call home.”
Pudsey MP Stuart Andrew earlier pledged to fill in the survey.
He said: “The Yorkshire Evening Post’s Leeds Survey is a great initiative and once again the newspaper is demonstrating that not only do they keep us informed as to what is happening in our area but they are also playing a part in identifying how to improve those areas.
“I urge as many people as possible to have their say about how to make our great city even greater.”
The deadline for completed submissions is Monday, March 3.
The YEP will then analyse the results from the completed surveys.