So the survey results show that only 35% of households support the pathway and only 32% support the meeting place. Furthermore, this survey is severely skewed as a house with one occupant has the same influence as a house with several occupants, hardly a fair method given that everyone has to live with the consequences.
Thank you for your comment. The survey was devised as a guide to our thinking to get a sense of the village’s thinking. We also wanted to give people a sense of involvement. We could have gone simply on the recommendations from the Arup Report but we felt that not enough people had been involved in that response. Following on from the Village meeting in September it was agreed that this would be a good approach to take. No method is perfect, however the committee was pleased with the number of people who engaged with us through this method.
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