The future of Fishguard Police Station - Have your say

As Police and Crime Commissioner for Dyfed-Powys, I am keen for you to have your say on the future of Fishguard Police Station.  The current police station simply isn’t viable; it requires significant investment and is far too large for current and future police operation in the area.

Three different options are now being considered:

1. Remain in the current Station until the new Community Hub Collaboration Project is completed;
2. Relocate to the Town Hall as an interim base while the Community Hub Collaboration Project is completed; or
3. Relocate to the current Fishguard Port Offices and coordinate the use of a town centre meeting room for public one-to-one meetings.
The Community Hub Collaboration Project is a project through which key partners are working on a collaborative solution to ensure key public services are provided to the community from one location.  

I have had constructive discussions with local Councillors and I now want to find out what residents and business owners of the area think. I do want to assure the public that although a change in location is possible, I am committed to maintaining a Police presence in the town centre.  I would be very grateful if you could take a few minutes of your time to complete the very short survey below.

Diolch - Thank you very much.
Dafydd Llywelyn, Police and Crime Commissioner for Dyfed-Powys
Q1 How important is it to you that there is a Police Station in Fishguard town centre?
Q2 If a Police Station is maintained within Fishguard town centre, where do you think it would be best located?
Q3 Have you visited Fishguard Police Station, in Brodog Lane, in the last 12 months?  
Q5 In order for us to understand possible differing views across the area, please can you tell us where you live?
Thank you for taking the time to share your views.