Policy IV10

As part of developing The Ivers Neighbourhood Plan we are asking for feedback on all the policies from the community and other interested parties. 

This survey is looking specifically at Policy IV10 Community Facilities.

This policy aims to ensure that valued community facilities (village halls, schools, recreation facilities, allotments, etc.) are maintained and expanded where appropriate.

You can read the policy in full here: IV10

The full plan and appendices can be viewed here: Copy of full draft plan

No personal data is collected or stored on respondents. We do ask for the first part of your postcode and whether you are a resident, business, landowner, developer or an agent acting for a landowner of developer. This enables us to gain an insight into the range of respondents.  You will have an option to leave an email address if you wish to join a Neighbourhood Planning mailing list.

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* 1. Please indicate whether your are responding as:

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* 2. In what post code is your home or business is located? (enter the first part of your postcode post code; for example SL0)

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* 3. Do you agree with the proposed policy?

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* 4. You answered agree to question 3 please provide some feedback on why you support the policy?  Then move to question 6

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* 5. You answered do not agree to question 3 please provide some feedback on the reasons for your answer?  Then move to question 6

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* 6. Please include any other comments you have on this policy below.

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* 7. If you have any questions, comments or feedback on the plan in general you can leave a comment below or contact us on plan@iverparishcouncil.gov.uk.  The full plan can be viewed here: Copy of full draft plan

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* 8. Would you like to be added to an email list to receive updates as the plan proceeds through the next stages of the process? Please provide the email address you wish us to use.  You will only be contacted about The Ivers Neighbourhood Plan and the list will remain active until the plan is adopted.

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