Ten questions to help plan the future of business in Broseley

What is a Neighbourhood Plan?
A Neighbourhood Plan sets out where new homes and business premises might be built, and allows a community a say on what those new buildings should look like and what infrastructure should be provided. A successful Plan would be a legal planning document; setting out the development needs for Broseley, and offering real planning protection against unwanted and unsuitable development. An advisory group set up by Broseley Town Council has been looking into the idea of a plan since November of last year. A background document giving additional information is available as a PDF download from the Town Council website.

This survey is aimed at businesses in Broseley. Unlike the residents' survey carried out over the summer, this survey is not anonymous, because we need to guard against the possibility of 'imposter' responses, but we assure you that your responses will not be shared beyond the Neighbourhood Plan advisory group. Any publication of results will remove identifying features.

You have until the end of February to complete the survey, or you could complete the paper questionnaire and return it to the BTC offices in Broseley Library.

Please let us have your view; we are keen to understand the view of businesses in Broseley on these critical matters.

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* 1. What is the name of your business?

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* 2. Please give the postcode of your business address

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* 3. Please  give your name and confirm that you have the authority to submit responses on behalf of your business / employer.

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* 4. What kind of business are you?

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* 5. What is the nature of your business? Please tick all that apply.

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* 6. The current Shropshire Council development plan for Broseley states that they plan to allocate a further 63 houses, on top of those already approved, to be built in the period 2016-2036. This figure of 63 new houses is:

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* 7. The current Shropshire Council development plan for Broseley suggests that an additional 2 hectares of land should be allocated for economic development. At present there is a one hectare site in Broseley reserved for economic development, behind the King and Thai, off Avenue Road.

Do you think there should be additional land in Broseley
allocated for economic development?

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* 8. What kind of businesses will drive future job creation in Broseley?

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* 9. Do you see yourself trading in Broseley in five years time?

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* 10. In terms of how Broseley might develop over the next 20 years, what single thing would improve prospects for your business?

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