Cornwall Council’s website has been named in the top 20 of 433 websites examined in a study by Socitm.
The council’s website was awarded a four star accolade, the highest recognition available, means that the service has been named as one of the best in the UK.
The award comes as part of a study by Socitm reviewing the quality of website services across the country.
Cornwall’s website was also named in the top 5 of unitary authority websites and with a higher traffic level than most with an average of 600,000 visitors per month.
“Websites are a valuable way of interacting with a wide audience,” said Jason Williams, Cornwall Council’s customer standards and digital manager.
“Our aim has always been to ensure as many people as possible can access our website.
“As we move towards encouraging residents to access services, find out information and contact us via our website, it is great to see that it is not only fit for purpose but recognised as being accessible, easy to navigate and one of the best websites in the UK.”
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