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Consultation Two - Spring 2013


Consultation Two - A series of questions posted on the walls of the old Nat West Bank.  Villagers were asked to indicate their preferences using couloured sticky dots.

The Results:


What type of housing   
Exception housing Yes 15    
     
Open Market Yes 99 27% Totals  
No 9  Yes 369 85.6%
Social Rent Yes 27 7% No 62 14.4%
No 19   431
Part owned/part rented Yes 65 17%   
No 7    
1 bed studio flat Yes 18 5%   
No 11    
2 bed houses Yes 45 12%   
No 6    
3 bed houses Yes 76 21%   
No 2    
4/5 bed houses Yes 39 10%   
No 8    

Make provision for   
Warden assisted sheltered housing Yes 115 92% Totals  
No 10 8% Yes 187 90.8%
Care homes Yes 72 88.8% No 19 9.2%
No 9 11.1%   

Where should it be built
2/3 large developments  8 3.8%
Several smaller (50)  37 17.6%
Lots of small  105 78.6%

Design
Traditional  59 28.1%
Modern with traditional features  140 66.6%
Modern  10 4.8%

Provision of new houses may generate some income - contribute to
Open space / park Yes 84 92.3%
No 7 7.7%
New community facility Yes 76 87.4%
No 11 12.6%



1. Project Ideas

1 Cycle route to join Waterlooville with A27 cycle route
2 Sign posted walks on existing footpaths
3 Or no more homes
4 We should make more use of the New Pavilion – never open
5 The occasional                          along the footpaths
6  tba


2 Notes


1 We need to explain for the benefit of those whose opinions were negative e.g 19 votes against social housing, where Denmead is either constrained by legislation / government decree, or has good reason to put aside negative votes. Cycle route to join Waterlooville with A27 cycle route
2 First question difficult to interpret – we perhaps needed to scope the questions e.g separate Open/social housing categories from types of dwelling.

3 Conclusions (1st pass)

1. Significant opinion in favour open market housing, but shared equity should not be ignored
2. Votes for warden assisted sheltered and care homes were very high
3. Location of development – large majority for lots of small development (78%) whereas very small vote for 2 or 3 large sites and only 17% wanted several under 50 dwellings per site.
4. Preference was for modern design with traditional features
5. We did not explain in this question of the ‘income generation’ that worthwhile funds would only become available for a significant single development, so should be cautious of using this data and how do we ask the question but show the potential implications of voting for ‘income generation’ (see Q4 above)





 
 
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