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A: Environment

The Neighbourhood Plan can ensure the environmental assets of the area are 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?

F: Housing & Education – identifying  needs

Please everyone complete F1-F4

If there are, or will be in the next five years, people in need of additional housing within your present household.   please go to F5 - F8

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 (go to question F1)

F 1

Which best describes the property you are living in

F 2

What is the size of the property?

F3

Are there any adults or couple(s) living in the property needing their own home in Burpham Ward, which they are currently unable to obtain? Please indicate number of people

Are they currently registered with GBC for housing need?

F4  

What size of property would they need?

F5  

What type of home are they ideally seeking?

F6

Many thanks for completing this survey.

Results will be published after 10th May 2013

A 4

A 5

A 7

A 8

C: Future Improvements

The Neighbourhood Plan can ensure the environmental assets of the area are 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?

C 2

To what extent do you agree or disagree that there should be sound proof fencing installed along the length of the A3 (both sides) as it passes  Burpham?

C 2a

C 3

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

  1. More convenient services to Central Guildford                                  
  2. More convenient services to Woking                                                        
  3. More convenient services to London                                                         
  4. Cheaper fares                                                                                                       
  5. Greater reliability of services                                                                     
  6. Other please give details

C 4

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

C 5

If you think that better leisure and recreational facilities (for example green spaces, sports and play areas etc) are needed, please tell us how and where this could be achieved.

C 6

If facilities for young people need improving say how and where this could be achieved.

C 7

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

C 8

How often do you visit Riverside Nature Reserve?

C 9

To what extent do you agree or disagree that there should be a pedestrian bridge between Burpham village directly into the Riverside nature reserve from land behind Sutherland Drive?

C 10

What would you like to see happen on the ‘Green Man Site’ noting its derelict Brown field status

A super market                                                                                                          

A Restaurant Public house or Café                                                                 

Another form of a community Meeting place please specify __

Additional Parking Provision                                                                          

Something else please specify

C 11

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

D: Traffic and Transport

D 2

In which areas of Burpham do the traffic problems you specified above need the most urgent attention?

D 3

If you consider that traffic in Burpham is a problem, what would you suggest the Plan should do to improve the situation?

D 4

How could the Neighbourhood Plan encourage more walking or cycling?

D 6

To what extent do you agree or disagree that Merrow Lane should be opened from the A3 as a slip road to Merrow to reduce traffic in London Road and New Inn Lane? (With suitable design to stop noise and visual impact to those affected in Merrow lane)

D 7

To what extent do you agree or disagree that road users on the London road A3 Slip should be charged a Toll via ANPR? [Automatic Number plate Recognition] With exclusions for residents of the area – This could  pay for the installation of Sound Barriers on the A3

E 2

To what extent do you agree or disagree that the Neighbourhood Plan allocates land for houses for sale on the open market?  Allocates land for houses for sale or rent on the open market at market levels'    

E 1

To what extent to you agree or disagree that the Neighbourhood Plan allocates land for affordable housing to meet local needs? Affordable housing is housing owned either by the local authority or by private registered providers for sale or rent below market levels'.    

E:  Houses

E 3

D 1

Which of the following aspects of road traffic in Burpham Ward give you concern? (Tick those that do)

  1. Excessive traffic volume Excessive traffic speed                     
  2. Excessive traffic noise                                                             
  3. Traffic danger to pedestrians                                               
  4. Rat Runs (please identify route)                                                     
  5. Residential Parking                                                 
  6. Public Parking                                                              
  7. Other, please specify

B 2

B 3

Where should employment land be located? (Click any)

  1. In or around Burpham ward                              
  2. Elsewhere in Guildford                                               

B 4

B 5

B 6

Is anyone in your family likely to seek local employment in the next 5 years?

B 7

What would encourage new businesses to locate in Burpham Ward?

  1. More purpose-built premises                      Other, please specify

B 8

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

If employed or self employed, continue otherwise go to section “C”

If new homes are to be built what type of homes should be given priority?  Please number the options given between 1 and 4 where 1 is the most important to you and 4 is the least important.

  1. For Housing Associations / Local Authority to let
  2. To be sold at market prices  
  3. Homes with shared equity  that is, purchased with a mortgage and another loan (usually offered by the housing association) to help first time buyers
  4. Sheltered homes to buy/or rent  for older, disabled or other vulnerable people who need a managed service 

f new homes are to be built, how many should be permitted by 2026 within the Burpham Ward?  (Tick 1)  

None; Burpham ward is full up – go to section “B”  

Under 100   in Back Gardens and on our village green spaces  

Over 1000 on Green Belt. The implication over 20 years of ‘going into green belt’ with development

Other: /comment

E 4

E 6

 Are there any locations where houses should not be built? Answer Below

E 7

 The space below is for any other comments on housing.

A 6

Which of the following ways of producing local renewable energy, should the Plan encourage? (Click those that you would support

  1. Domestic wind turbines powering a Single home                                             
  2. Commercial wind turbines powering many homes
  3. Using green belt / flood plain for fuel production e.g. wood, biomass)
  4. Photovoltaic solar 'farm' to generate electricity along side the A3, doubling up as a sound barrier          
  5. Hydro Electric power from the Wey and its side streams
  6. Other please specify

B: Jobs and local Economy

We know that Burpham provides employment for only a small section of the residents. Knowing how far people travel to work helps us understand our community and by encouraging more businesses in the area we can provide a wider range of employment opportunities for residents

B 1

C 1

B 9

How many miles do you travel to work (on average if this changes regularly)? 

B 10

Which town do you work in or most often work in? 

B 11

How do you get there?

  1. On foot                          
  2. Public transport
  3. By bike                            
  4. By Motorcycle       
  5. By Car  

Please Click any you think would be a good idea.

At George Abbot school, to reduce school traffic during term time

Just on the edge of the Burpham boundary off Merrow Lane, to service Burpham residents, and any new housing.

E 5

If new homes are to be built, where would you suggest is the best location?  Please look at the map , The blue line represents Burpham Ward.  The green area on the right hand side of the map represents current green belt land of Gosden Hill Farm.  Other green areas are back gardens. If new homes are to be built, where would you suggest is the best location? (See map)


  1. Within the existing development boundary of Burpham?                     
  2.  On the edge of the Burpham in Green Belt (Gosdon Hill Farm)?              
  3.  Merrow Common (Ancient Woodland)                                                                   
  4.  I can’t think of any suitable location.                                                                 

What type of home are they ideally seeking?

F8

Type of Education

  1. Primary
  2. Secondary
  3. Further Education
  4. University
  5. Special Needs

 2013        2016         2019        2025       2028

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

F9

Some information about yourself please select


Age

G:

Is there anyone in the house, who is not currently in need of their own home but is likely to want one in Burpham in the next five years? (e.g. a teenager who may leave home)

Please indicate number of people

F7

D 5

Do you think that Burpham would benefit from a small railway halt at either of the locations below?

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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
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All residents aged 14 or above in Burpham Ward are urged to complete this 50 question survey by 10th May 2013  - Now closed 19:00 17th May 2013  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 “A”  only  four sections to go!

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

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

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

This survey will help change that for the better!.

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!.

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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…