Introduction

WHY ARE WE CARRYING OUT THIS SURVEY?
Thame Town Council is renewing its Neighbourhood Plan and needs to undertake a housing survey.

We are asking you to tell us of any needs for housing that you cannot find locally, no matter your age or need. We will use the information you give us to help deliver homes aimed more at people from our own communities.

VILLAGES OUTSIDE THAME. In order to find out what types of homes we need to provide inside Thame, we also have to understand what the housing needs are in surrounding areas. 
 
THE AIM OF THIS SURVEY IS TO ASK LOCAL HOUSEHOLDS IF THEY HAVE A NEED FOR THE FOLLOWING TYPES OF HOUSING:
  • AFFORDABLE HOUSING
  • OLDER PEOPLES HOUSING
  • OTHER SPECIALIST HOUSING NEEDS

WHICH PARTS OF THE SURVEY SHOULD I FILL IN?
 
If you have a need for any of the types of housing listed above, please complete the relevant section/s of the survey. We ask everyone to complete Part 1 so that we know which local community you live in.

WHO IS RUNNING THIS SURVEY?

The survey has been commissioned by Thame Town Council. It is being undertaken by Community First Oxfordshire (CFO - a community development charity).

WHAT WILL YOU DO WITH THE INFORMATION I PROVIDE?
 
By completing this survey, you are consenting for your data to be shared by Community First Oxfordshire and Thame Town Council. Your data will be processed by CFO and Thame Town Council in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (2018). You can read CFO’s Privacy Policy HERE. You can read Thame Town Council’s Privacy Notice HERE.

The analysis of your feedback will be undertaken by CFO. CFO will provide an anonymised report on the outcomes of the survey for Thame Town Council.

If you need help with completing the survey please contact Tom McCulloch at CFO: tom.mcculloch@communityfirstoxon.org, 01865 883 488. If you know of anyone with housing needs who is not currently living locally but who might need to return to their home community to live, please send them the link to this survey.

Please complete this survey by 8 DECEMBER.
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