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Cardiff Citizens Panel

What is Cardiff Citizens' Panel?


The Citizens' Panel is made up of local residents from across Cardiff who have agreed to give their views on a number of consultation topics throughout the year. Panel members share their views by completing surveys and occasionally taking part in other activities like focus groups, workshops, or forums. 

Why does Cardiff need a Panel?


The Citizens' Panel can be a reliable and cost effective way of finding out what the people of Cardiff think about the services available to them. By listening to the views of members the Council can:

  • learn more about the experiences of specific groups or communities, 
  • help ensure that high standards of service delivery are maintained, and 
  • reliably inform the Council’s decision making process.

How do I join?





Membership of the panel is open to everyone, however we would be especially keen to hear from you if you are aged under 30


If you would like to request an application pack then please contact us, or 



What about confidentiality?

The council process personal data on a day-to-day basis. We hold certain information about you this is known as personal data. We are registered with the information commissioner's office and any information we hold will be processed in line with the principles set out by ico regulations, which we must comply with. For more information, please view our privacy notice​.

How long would i be a citizen s' panel member for? 

We ask that you join the panel for five years at which point we will 'refresh ' the panel to give other members the opportunity to give their views. 

What if i change my mind about being on the panel? 

If you join the panel but then decide you no longer want to take part, just let us know!

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