Community Consultation Survey

 
Stirling Council and Scottish Natural Heritage are working together with the aim of creating a River Park that encompasses the meandering River Forth through Stirling into a high quality strategic, recreational and environmental asset at the heart of the city.
 
The ambition is for an open space network that connects heritage, attractions and habitats with attractive pedestrian and cycle routes, supporting a range of outdoor activities for local people and visitors alike. The River Park will also deliver an improved and expanded habitat network, and develop proposals that will help to successfully integrate flood alleviation measures.
 
We would like to hear your views on how the River Park for Stirling might be shaped.
Please complete the survey below.
 

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* 1. Are you supportive of the ambitions for Stirling River Park?


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* 2. Is there anything you would like to add to the aims and ambitions of the park? 


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* 3. How do you use the River Park area in Stirling currently?


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* 4. Which areas of the riverside do you use currently?
(You may select more than one area)


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* 5. Are there things that currently discourage you from using routes and spaces along the river?


Image credit: John Pawson http://www.johnpawson.com (Sackler Crossing)

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* 6. What current walking or cycling routes do you use in the River Park area? And to what destination?


Image credit: Landzine (Perreux River Banks)

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* 7. What further walking or cycling routes would you like to see created or upgraded in the River Park area?


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* 8. What ideas would you like to see included in a River Park?


Image credit: Dezeen (Chicago Riverwalk)

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* 9. What activities do you think the River Park could support, both on land and on water?


Image credit: Lisa Lubin www.llworldtour.com

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* 10. Do you have any other comments or suggestions that you wish the design team to consider?


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* 11. Please indicate your age:
(This will help us understand how effectively we have engaged with different age groups in the community)

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* 12. Please provide your postcode:
(This will help us identify your proximity to the River Park area)

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