Draft proposals for three possible logo designs for the future North Northamptonshire Council have been unveiled and feedback is invited
In a key milestone, draft proposals for three possible logo designs for the future North Northamptonshire Council have been unveiled today and feedback invited to help shape the final design.
The three logos have been created by in-house designers from the existing councils and now residents are invited to have their say on their preferred design.
As part of the plans for the new council, elected members and staff from Corby, East Northamptonshire, Kettering, Wellingborough and the County Council have been involved in developing the designs which aim to be simple and flexible to meet the wide-ranging needs of a modern council in an increasingly digital age.
Cllr Jean Addison, Chair of the Communications and Engagement Task and Finish Group for North Northamptonshire, said:
“Delivering value for money will be the hallmark of the new North Northamptonshire Council which is why we have kept costs on this project to an absolute minimum by using existing design staff rather than spending taxpayers’ money on expensive agency fees.
“As a new council, it will be important that people know who is delivering their services and where to go for help – a new logo will play a big part in helping to do this and that’s why we’re seeking public opinion on the designs. We hope that people will take five minutes to have their say as their views will help to shape the final logo.”
Residents across the area are able to complete the short survey via https://futurenorthants.citizenspace.com/north/new-north-logo from today, 17th August, until 6th September.