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Pressing the submit button; this will open your email Client, where you can amend your answers, prior to sending, please do not Delete any codes prior to your answers.

Results will be published after 31st  October 2021

B4: Are there any buildings, places or views which you believe are important to protect? Please give details below in the space at end of survey below.



Type of Education

Primary


Secondary


Further Education


University


Special Needs

 2021        2024        2027        2030       2033

G9: Thinking of your families educational needs  “now”/ 3 /6 /12/ 15  years time, what would you ‘expect/anticipate’ your needs would be, enter numbers of children in each group for each year.

 Please indicate number of people for each catogory

H1: Age

House Name/Number Street

Post code

A: Burpham Neighbourhood Plan

The Neighbourhood Plan has ensured  the area is protected and enhanced it also can determine the location and quality of new development, setting standards of design and sustainability. The Neighbourhood Plan is required by national planning policy to help achieve sustainable development. What does this mean for our community and its future? What options might we consider?

A1:  Before today, did you know that Burpham has its own Neighbourhood Plan?

A3:  Are you familiar with at least some of the policies and/or aims of the Plan? If so, which ones?


A5:  Are there any existing policies in the Neighbourhood Plan you particularly support?





A6:  Are there any existing policies in the Neighbourhood Plan you particularly oppose?



B: Environment

The aim of the Neighbourhood Plan is to ensure that environmental assets of the area are protected and enhanced. It also can help determine the location and quality of new development, setting standards of design and sustainability. The Neighbourhood Plan is required by National Planning Policy to help achieve sustainable development. What does this mean for our community and its future? What options might we consider?


B5:  In respect of traffic what steps should the Plan take to reduce congestion and improve the quality of the road environment




B7: Can you help us by telling us what a Sustainable Community means to you?




B8 How important to you is the presence of trees in Burpham?





B11:  Please add any comments you have on creating a Sustainable Community.




C: Jobs, Business, Local Economy

We know Burpham provides employment for only a small number of our residents. Knowing how far people travel to work helps us understand our community, their travel needs, and needs of local businesses in the area.



C10:  The space below is for your comments on jobs and the local economy




If employed or self employed, continue otherwise please Scroll down to section “D”

C13:  How do you get there?

 

 On foot,


 Public transport,


 By bike


  By motorcycle


 By car,


 company vehicle





D: Future Improvements

Burpham Ward has a range of services and facilities that support the well-being of the local community. These include health, recreation and leisure facilities, footpaths, allotments, parks and public transport.


This section of the Survey asks you to identify those services where you think the Neighbourhood Plan should promote improvements either directly, or through our local councils and agencies.




 D4: If improved public transport is needed tell us how it should be improved. (tick those that apply)

  More convenient services to central Guildford


 More convenient services to Woking


 More convenient services to London


 Cheaper fares


 Greater reliability of services


 Other please give details






D5:  If vehicle parking facilities need improving tell us how and where this could be best achieved?


D9: If facilities for young people need improving, please tell us what you would like to see in Burpham.




D11:  How often do you visit Riverside Nature Reserve?  


Daily


Weekly


 Monthly

 

Where is it?







D13:  The space below is for you to make any other comments on improving community services.




D14:  Which shops do you regularly use in Burpham?




D15: How often a year do you visit the RHS at Wisley



E4:  How could or should the Neighbourhood Plan encourage more walking or cycling?




F2:  How many bedrooms should new homes provide in Burpham?

 to improve the situation?




G: Identifying needs

Please complete G 1-G4 if there are, or will be in the next five years, people in

need of additional housing within your present household.


If there are not, please go to G5


This section is not about opinion (people's wishes) but to clarify need.


It is important that this section is completed only once in each household.

Has anyone in your household already completed this section on housing needs?


Yes (go straight to section G)     No (please scroll down to section H1)





G1:  Which best describes the property you are living in (tick one)

 

 Owner occupied


 Private rented


 Rented from a Housing Association


 Rented GBC


 Shared equity home (part rented from the Council,  part purchased)


 Prefer not to say









G2:  What is the size of the property you are living in? (Tick one)  


 One bedroom


 Two bedrooms


 Three bedrooms

   

Four bedrooms

 

 Five

 

 More bedrooms










G5:  What is the size of the property they need? (Tick one)  


 One bedroom


 Two bedrooms


 Three bedrooms

   

Four bedrooms

 

 Five

 

 More bedrooms









G6: Which best describes the property they are ideally seeking (tick one)

 

 Owner occupied


 Private rented


 Rented from a Housing Association


 Rented GBC


 Shared equity home (part rented from the Council,  part purchased)


 Prefer not to say









G8: Which best describes the property they are ideally seeking (tick one)

 

 Owner occupied


 Private rented


 Rented from a Housing Association


 Rented GBC


 Shared equity home (part rented from the Council,  part purchased)


 Prefer not to say






H: Information about yourself and the future

In order to demonstrate our public consultation is representative of our community, it would be much appreciated that you complete this section.



F: Houses Need and Usage

There are approximate 2,300 households in Burpham. Dating between c.1700 and 2001




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If you give up filling in this survey now, you are giving up on your right, to have your say in respect of your own future!


Nearly there - We know its been a pain to fill it in - but how else will you convey your future needs to those in control of our futures.



The Survey is just one method to ascertain your needs make sure you have your say and the Forum will ensure your voice is heard into the future…

Just because you live in a nice home, does not mean your family members in the next generation will have one






Unless you complete this survey - no one ‘in charge’ will know what your needs really are!.

Filling in this survey provides for your future community and home for the next 20 years..

Remember the time taken to fill in this survey, is less than the time most people spend each day travelling to work!

Do you really enjoy sitting in pollution and traffic for two hours a day?

This survey will help change that for the better!.

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  1. Your action of clicking on ‘Submit’ and following the instructions at this point will result in all the data you have entered being emailed to a central point.
  2. At the central point the data will be “Format adjusted” from a text file via a Spread sheet and then into a data base
  3. In the database tick box answers (which start with your simple tick) will be added up and reported against the original question in the survey
  4. The comment boxes will be split into their relevant subjects and exported out of the data base into a word processor. At this point they will be converted into sentences of information and then placed in a table which will sort out the subjects into common themes.
  5. These common themes will then be manually assessed and sorted into numerical values associated with those themes
  6. At this point all the data will be re-amalgamated and printed as a report.
  7. The report will form the foundation of the 20 year plan for Burpham
  8. In respect to Confidentiality of the Data the Post code and address will only be used to assess area responses to ensure we have a successful response from each section of the community

If anyone has a query and wants to observe the Data Processing Process process please contact the Forum to arrange an appointment

All residents and people with an interest in Burpham aged 14 or above in Burpham Ward are urged to complete this 50 question survey by 31st October 2021  you will need your postcode and  Please check  boxes or circle or place in order of preference as appropriate -

Please read the questions before you start entering details as this is essentially a start from the beginning again process if you make errors - but please do no worry about your smelling mistakes these will be identified during the data collection phase.

End of section “B”  only six sections to go!

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E: Traffic and Transport

Burpham Has a mix of traffic problems we would like your views on what you perceive as the main problems which need consideration