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13th May – Community Consultation Survey Initial Results Published

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2nd May

THANK YOU!
to the 281 people
who took the time to complete the community survey 

The community consultation period has ended and we have received 281 surveys which represents over 35% of the adult population.

The initial community consultation period has now finished and the online surveys have been closed to new submissions. The data will now be collated and analysed – there are 132 written surveys to be typed into an online system – thanks to those who wrote clearly – and for all the extra comments!!

The process of drafting policies to reflect the views expressed will then start. We expect this to take about 2 months and at the end we will be presenting a draft plan for consultation – this may have options within it where the data does not clearly point the way forward.

We aim to keep this site updated with the interim and final results of the survey as they emerge.

24th March – online survey and trails now live, 120+ people come to drop in event 

Thanks to everyone who came to the drop in event to launch the Community Consultation on 24th March and for all the comments and completed surveys.

The online surveys are now open and all the Red Kite Trails information is now on this website – please take the opportunity of the Easter break to explore your parish!

23rd March – Surveys delivered, Red Kite Trails in position

All households should now have a copy of the Consultation Survey document. This can be filled in and then put in collection boxes in the Telephone Box, The Shop and the Church Entrance FROM Saturday 24th after 9am.

The Red Kite Trails are in position and routes and scorecards will be available from here by the time you read this.

All surveys are also available ONLINE from the Surveys page.

If you have not received a booklet then please contacts us.

The Community Consultation Survey page has the most comprehensive information about the survey

17th March – Surveys will be delivered this week

The community consultation survey booklet has gone to the printers and should be ready to deliver to all households in the parish on Thursday and Friday this week. There will be an online version as well and further copies of the booklet and a shorter printable answer sheet will be available from this website as well. The consultation period has been extended to 1st May so that the Annual Parish Meeting that takes place on 30th April can be used as a final opportunity for those that have been unable to complete a survey by then.

Watch this space as the website will be updated once all survey booklets have been delivered, to give access to the survey, background material and information about some family activities for the Easter holidays!

23rd February – Community Consultation Plans

From now until 24th March there will be notices appearing around the village announcing this consultation. The first event will be in the Village Hall on 24th March where all the background information for the community consultation will be available together with maps and explanations. A number of other events will be connected with this consultation so that the whole family can be involved – watch out for news. More information is available here.

29th January – Consultation Update

The WNPPG has been working with our consultants (Kirkwells) to produce a consultation document that will be circulated to all households to gather comments and opinions on the planning issues that have been identified (so far) in being important to parishioners. The consultation document will contain a summary of background information, the issues, and a number of options to decide what direction the WNP should take. This will be backed up with further information on this website and with a series of public meetings during the consultation period which should be from early March to mid April. Further information about this consultation will be appearing during February, both on this website and through other means……

Are you a business in Warmington?

We are planning to hold three consultation meetings with as many representatives from local businesses as possible early in 2018 so that we can take into account your requirements within the WNP.

This includes self employed and home workers

So if you are a local business that has anything to do with Warmington please get in touch with us and let us know how to contact you – preferably by email – we will then contact you with details of these meetings with the hope that you can attend at least one of them

8th Dec – Progress

Our consultants have now produced the first drafts of 2 documents. One provides a summary of all the planning polices and plans that the WNP has to take note of by extracting the elements of these documents that apply to Warmington. This is a reference document only.

The other is an ‘Issues and Options’ document which will eventually be sent to all households and businesses with an interest in Warmington to enable a more in depth cross section of community opinion to be sought so that the WNP can be formed with a vision and policies that truly reflect what the community wants.

These documents were both discussed at the WNPPG meeting on the 4th Dec and as a result it is hoped to have a round table discussion with the consultants to produce a more focussed draft of the Issues and Options document for consideration at the next WNPPG meeting.

The documents are available on the Documents page. If you want to comment or contribute to these then please do so by email to comment@warmington2031.org

9th Oct – Launch Event – Thank You

Thanks to all the 160+ people who visited the launch event in the church over the weekend, we hope you will spread the word to get as many of the rest of the community involved as possible.

There are some photos of the event here.

Please remember that as well as the ‘post it’ note comments made at the event you can also comment by email to comment@warmington2031.org.

All comments will have personal data and identifiers removed and will help form the basis for further community consultations by survey and meetings to ensure that the plan policies can best reflect what everyone wants.