Introduction

Following our previous survey, we are carrying out a further short consultation to gather some more detail about the style of housing you would like to see.  The Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group would like to thank you for taking the time to complete this survey, and we look forward to drafting the plan policies, based on what you tell us.

Please proceed to the next section to begin the questions.

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* 1. What building materials do you think should be allowed for the WALLS of new development in the Neighbourhood Plan area?

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Brick (new)
Brick (reclaimed)
Cob/cob effect
Modern (e.g. glass/metal)
Plastic/uPVC cladding
Rendered block
Stone
Wood

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* 2. What building materials do you think should be allowed for the ROOF of new development in the Neighbourhood Plan area?

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Clay tiles
Grass/living roof
Metal
Plastic tiles
Slate tiles
Solar tiles
Thatch

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* 3. What material should be used for the hardstanding?

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Brick
Concrete
Gravel
Greencore
Tarmac

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* 4. What kind of car parking should be provided?

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Allocated spaces
Car ports
Driveways
Garages
On-street parking
Shared car park

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* 5. How many parking spaces should be provided per house?

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* 6. What design forms do you think should be allowed for house frontages in the Neighbourhood Plan area?

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Brick walls
Car parking
Conifer hedging
Gabions
Metal fencing
Open lawns
Privet hedging
Rendered walls
Wooden fencing
Stone walls

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* 7. What design forms do you think should be allowed for the street aspect in the Neighbourhood Plan area?

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Bollards
Cobbled footpaths
Cycle paths
Devon banks
Grass footpaths
Shared car/foot spaces
Street lighting
Tarmac footpaths
Wild hedgerows

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* 8. Our previous survey revealed people prefer infill development to building outside the established Built Up Area Boundary, but some raised concerns about the impact of such development on existing properties.  

Planning Policy says that new houses should be a minimum of 14m from existing windows in non-habitable rooms (e.g. kitchen, hall, bathroom) and 22m from habitable rooms (lounge, dining room, bedrooms). These distances may be increased on a sloping site.

How important is it to you that this policy is met?

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* 9. Please view the numbered photos of traditional and recently built houses in Devon at https://tinyurl.com/PopStyles, then answer the questions below about the housing styles you would like to see in the Parish.

Which three photos represent what you would most want to see for new housing in the parish?

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* 10. From all photos, which house & landscape features do you specifically LIKE? Please also indicate which photo(s) best illustrate each feature.

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* 11. Which three photos represent what you would most NOT want to see for new housing in the parish?

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* 12. From all photos, which house & landscape features do you specifically DISLIKE? Please also indicate which photo(s) best illustrate each feature.

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