Design Dunfermline 2018

This is a programme of research and series of events which aim to create a design led solution for the issues facing Dunfermline town centre today. Inspired by Dunfermline's unique heritage,  the programme aims to improve economic growth and make the town a more attractive place for residents and visitors.

There are workshops, discussions and an exhibition on Wednesday 25 April, Thursday 26 April, Friday 27 April and Sunday 29 April at City Chambers and Dunfermline Carnegie Library and Gallery.

You can find programme details at dunfermline.com

You are very welcome to come to the events but your feedback would also be really helpful in briefing the designers at Design Dunfermline 2018.

We've created a short survey to get information that will inform the design teams thinking and help create a vision for the future of Dunfermline town centre. 

* 1. What reasons do you have for visiting Dunfermline town centre? Please indicate frequency to nearest group. 

  Daily Weekly Monthly A few times a year Almost never
I use the cafes and restaurants in the day time
I shop there
I use the parks
I go to concerts, exhibitions, shows
I use the bars and restaurants in the night time
I bring visitors to see the town and its attractions

* 2. Compared with other towns of a similar size, what are the best things about the town centre?  Please rate your answers.

  Really Good Good OK Could do better Disappointing
Green spaces and parks
Day time cafes and restaurants
Culture - history, architecture, art, music, theatre etc
Living accommodation
Retail offer
Night time bars and restaurants
Tourist visitor experiences

* 3. Compared with other towns of a similar size, how do you think the town centre compares in terms of  its heritage/history, cultural, tourism offer?

* 4. If you have visitors to Dunfermline, what would be your must see destination?

* 5. How well do you feel the town centre is doing, compared with similar town centres, to retain retailers?

* 6. How well do you feel the town centre is doing to attract people to live in the town centre itself?

* 7. Compared with town centres of a similar size, how well do you feel the town centre is doing in terms of it's green spaces?

* 8. Can you think of one key change that might make Dunfermline town centre a better place to visit for history and culture?

* 9. Can you think of one key change that might make Dunfermline town centre a better place to shop?

* 10. Can you think of one key change that might make Dunfermline town centre a better place to live in?

* 11. Did you attend any of the Design Dunfermline 2018 workshops on 25 or 26 April?

* 12. What is your gender?

* 13. What is your age?

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