Proposed LTA investment in local tennis facilities

What we want to know

The council has been approached by the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA), who are interested in supporting us with our work to get more people in South Gloucestershire active, and specifically, through increasing opportunities to play tennis.

They would like to invest in our local tennis courts, but first we want to understand about potential interest in tennis locally. Click on the link in the further information section for details of the improvements the LTA are keen to make.

Share your views

We’d like to hear from anyone who lives locally – whether you currently use the tennis courts or not. In fact, we’re especially interested to hear from people who don’t currently play tennis to understand if there is more we can be doing to help you get active.

Please complete the short questionnaire by clicking on the link below.

Have your say button

Please note: We are currently experiencing technical issues accepting responses from some mobile phones. We are working with our supplier to resolve this issue as soon as possible, but please use a tablet or computer browser to complete the survey in the meantime. 

How your feedback will be used

We will bring your combined feedback together into a report, which we will share with the LTA, to help us make decisions about investing in better tennis facilities.

Additional information to help you give your feedback

How the LTA propose investing in local tennis facilities

Download and complete a paper survey

Bristol tennis court facilities following LTA investment

Problems completing the survey?

If you have any issues completing the survey, please contact South Gloucestershire Council's Insight and Engagement team by emailing

If you are sending a paper response, you should send it to:

South Gloucestershire Council, Insight and Engagement Team, LTA Investment, PO Box 1953, Bristol, BS37 0DE


  • Opened
    14 Feb 2023 at 14:00
  • Closes
    28 Apr 2023 at 23:59



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