The online (and paper form) survey have been completed, and now the children at the schools have had their chance to give their opinions. Specially tailored sets of questions have been delivered on electronic ‘pod’ devices, which engaged the primary-aged children and allowed us to gather information about the (hopefully) future inhabitants of the villages. One popular response in Moreton Say was that they would like to see ‘thicker’ roads. Not sure how we go about that one…
We have now had the results back from the initial survey, and will be taking time to consider the results before we move onto the rest of the Neighbourhood Plan process. Watch this space…
The initial survey is now complete, and entries are closed. A big thank you to all who have taken part, and we can now start to process the results.
At the last steering group meeting, it was announced that the cut-off date for both online and paper survey responses would be Easter. Therefore, if anyone still wants to contribute, please click here (now closed)
Once the deadline has been reached, we will start collating the responses, so that we can determine what the most pressing issues are, in order to carry the process through phase 2.
To those that did not make it to a coffee morning/open forum meeting, but still want their voice to be heard, can I remind you that your opinions can be included in the Neighbourhood Planning process by filling in the online questionnaire by clicking here (now closed).
To all those who took away a survey sheet from one of the coffee morning/open forum meetings but has not yet returned it, this is the last chance to get your opinions recorded before we start the second phase of the Neighbourhood Planning process. Please complete it, and hand it to one of the Steering Group, or post it in my letterbox at 1, Church Farm Cottages, Moreton Say, so that we base phase II on as many residents opinions as possible. Alternatively, complete it online by clicking here (now closed).
Groundwork UK have now approved the End of Grant Report, which marks the end of the first phase of our Neighbourhood Plan.
Thanks to Renee from SRCC, I have added a Parish Profile Document for each Parish into the documents area, along with a map of the Designated Area. The end of grant report for our first grant has been uploaded, we are now waiting to hear that it has been approved. The documents can be accessed from here.
The Communication Strategy was agreed at the last Steering Group meeting. The document has been uploaded onto the document page of this website.
On Tuesday night Norton In Hales had their Open forum event. Fortified with a Hot Pot Supper curtesy of Peter Eardly and some amazing volunteers there was a presentation from The Rural Community Charity, a quiz about the area and a robust discussion about the Neighbourhood Plan.
There are still one or two survey forms out there and we really need these to be handed in as soon as possible so that they can shape the next stage. Drop them off at the village hall or get them to Ian, Penny, Nick or Peter.