Presentation on theme: "WINCHCOMBE AND SUDELEY NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN ANALYSIS OF QUESTIONNAIRE RESPONSES Lucy Briggs University of Gloucestershire February 2014."— Presentation transcript:
WINCHCOMBE AND SUDELEY NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN ANALYSIS OF QUESTIONNAIRE RESPONSES Lucy Briggs University of Gloucestershire February 2014
Sites for Economic Development
Popular additional sites suggested: Old Winchcombe Hospital Conversion of old buildings into new businesses Rail Station Littleworth
Sites for Retail Development
Residents Response to an Expanded Co-op When the question To increase shopping choice, which of the two edge of town centre option would you favour? Or do you have any alternatives to add? a large portion of the responses wrote in that they wanted an expanded Co-op instead of a entirely new store. One person commented that they would rather have a larger store within the town that sold a wider range of stock than two smaller shops with less of a range of products.
Propsal for a Supported Housing Development
Proposal for a Supported Housing Development
Proposal for Supported Housing
Potential Alternative Housing Location The map to the left shows the potential housing sites in the area of Winchcombe. The Almsbury site will most likely be allocated to the supported homes for the elderly and the other two sites of the infill in Greet and the West of Winchcombe site.
Potential Alternative Housing Locations
Protecting Winchcombes Setting By Designating Green Spaces
Additional Comments Improve and maintain public transport Affordable housing for younger people Address traffic congestion Increase educational and medical facilities