Help the Sellindge Parish Plan get a better deal for your community. Please complete and submit this Parish Plan Consultation Survey.

* 1. Please rate the ten objectives and actions from the plan:

  1 = strongly disagree 2 = disagree 3= no opinion 4 = agree 5= strongly agree
Limit development. Neighbourhood Plan to influence the extent and design of new developments.
Retain village feel or enhance the village. Review Taylor Wimpey plans to ensure they meet this objective. Develop local design policies in a Neighbourhood Plan.
Tackle litter and rubbish from Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs) and generally. Increase enforcement action, frequency of bin emptying and litter picking by Shepway council. Regular litter picks/’Spring cleans’ by residents.
Village green/centre of village enhanced. Regular meetings between parish, Shepway council and Taylor Wimpey to ensure plans remain on schedule.
To stop overnight and daytime parking in laybys by HGVs. Enforcement of ‘no overnight parking’ restrictions. Extend parking restrictions to day time parking.  New multi-lingual signs, leaflets and traffic orders.
Reduce impact of Operation Stack. With Highways Agency and Kent Highways find alternatives to lorry parks.
To reduce speed limit to 30 mph. KCC Highways to extend 30 mph limit on A20 to village boundaries.
Improve road surfaces and infrastructure. Ensure pot-holes and damaged verges reported to KCC Highways are repaired.
Improve children's facilities and activities. Review existing play provision, fund improvements. Commission regular play and sport at village club.
Improve children’s facilities and activities. Install new play equipment as part of improvements to school field.
Please rate the land-use recommendations from the plan

* 2. Any proposals for future development should be modest and targeted at addressing specific needs of the community:

  Strongly disagree Disagree No opinion Agree Strongly agree
a. Bungalows for the elderly (1-2 beds) (Residents’ survey: 76% very important/important)
b. Smaller homes for singles/couples (Residents’ survey 75% very important/important).
c. Family homes of 3-4 bedrooms (52% very important/important)

* 3. Development contributions from future housing or commercial developments should be prioritised for:

  Strongly disagree Disagree No opinion Agree Strongly agree
a. Highway and pavement improvement measures
b. Installation or improvements to play equipment (77% very important/important) were the. Five respondents suggested outdoor gym equipment for adults.

* 4. New developments should be designed to ‘reflect the rural character of the village’.

* 5. Developments should be ‘traditional in design, scale, character and materials’ (84% very important/important).

* 6. Also, that the following important local green spaces should be protected from development:

  Strongly disagree Disagree No opinion Agree Strongly agree
a. The playing fields
b. Gibbons Brook

* 7. Please suggest any changes to the key land-use recommendations/what's missing?

* 8. Have you any other comments or suggestions to make about the draft plan or for the parish council?

Thank you for taking the time to complete this consultation. Please now click on the 'Submit' button to complete the survey.

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