About this survey

When fields at Knocknagael Farm, the Scottish Government bull farm on the southern edge of Inverness, were earmarked for new housing, community groups came together in a campaign to prevent the loss of prime agricultural land to development and to seek alternative uses for the site. 

Knocknagael Limited, a not-for-profit organisation, intends to take on one of the fields for the benefit of the community and to develop a community garden, allotments, an orchard, food growing areas, hedgerow wildlife corridors and outdoor walking areas. With new housing going up all around, the aim is to create a green hub and get more people growing and eating local produce. 

This will only be possible if the community supports the project, if it meets local demand and will be financially viable. Please help develop plans for the Knocknagael community growing project by answering this short survey. 

This research is being delivered independently by Community Enterprise. If you have any difficulty completing this survey, please call Judith on 07927118995 or email judith@communityenterprise.co.uk

All information gathered will be confidential. All survey responses are recorded on Survey Monkey whose privacy policy can be viewed here. Community Enterprise's privacy policy can be viewed here.

Other ways to get involved: 
Drop into Knocknagael on Saturday October 31st from 11:00 to 13:00 to see the site and meet the committee. The site is outdoors and social distancing will be maintained. 

Join our community event online on Tuesday November 10th at 5:30PM: sign up here