What would you like to see in your neighbourhood?

What should we spend the Community Infrastructure Levy money on?
Since the adoption of the neighbourhood plan we have been looking at the local policies and how we can move these forward. There are a few potential projects we would value your views on as well as ideas for new or alternative projects.  
Great Plumstead Pavillion:
As part of this we are conducting a feasibility study into creating a pavilion at the recreation ground to support and enhance existing and new activities. Part of the pavilion will support the continued growth of the bowls club replacing their existing facilities and enhance sporting opportunities that could include football.  However, the facility is there to promote all pursuits and further suggestions are welcomed. We must also clearly state that this is not to replace the already existing and successful village hall and any activities must be complimentary.
Walled Garden Proposal:
The Parish Council will soon take on responsibility for the Walled Garden from the current developer and are keen it becomes a community amenity.  There is project group who have been looking at the Walled Garden and have approached the parish council to become tenants to set up a community cafe and shop.
We would value your initial views through responding to the questions below.

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* 1. Would you support CIL monies in principle being spent on the following projects (tick as many as you like)

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* 2. Do you have any suggestions on what the pavilion could be used for in addition to Bowls and Football?

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* 3. Would you support the use of precept monies to support the running of the pavilion? (the aim is for the facility to be self funding but its important we understand the communities view on this). This could potentially mean a small increase in the parish precept

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* 4. Please detail below any other comments or questions you have

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* 5. Please detail below any other ideas or projects you have:

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