The purpose of the Scotstoun Stadium neighbourhood survey is to help ensure that major events, including Glasgow Warriors home matches, are planned in the best interests of participants, spectators and residents alike. 

This short survey is being coordinated by Glasgow Eco Trust in partnership with Whiteinch Community Council and other local partners. It is based on a similar survey conducted by Mount Florida Community Council relating to Hampden Stadium.

Thank you for taking the time to complete the survey. All responses are anonymous. The survey results will be used to campaign for improvements. 

If your are completing a paper version of the survey please return it to either:
> Glasgow Eco Trust, Heart of Scotstoun Community Centre, 64 Balmoral Street, Glasgow G14 0BL
> Whiteinch Community Council, c/o The Whiteinch Centre, 1 Northinch Court, Glasgow G14 0UG

For more information please contact Glasgow Eco Trust on 0141 433 0427 or hello@glasgowecotrust.org.uk

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* 1. Please enter your full home postcode. This is so we can find problem hotspots. Please note your personal address is protected as the 6 digit postcode refers to a cluster of addresses.

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* 3. Please tell us whether you agree with these statements

  Strongly agree Agree Neither agree or disagree Disagree Strongly Disagree Not applicable
Scotstoun Stadium is a positive asset for my neighbourhood
Glasgow Warriors are a positive asset for my neighbourhood
Sufficient information about the event was available in advance of the event
I knew in advance when event day parking restrictions would be in force
I know how to get replacement or additional event day residents permits
The event day parking restrictions were enforced fairly and consistently near my home
I and my household did not suffer from any significant event-related anti-social behaviour
Litter near my home was cleaned up within 24 hours of the event
I was able to access local businesses and services

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* 4. What is working well? This is important! Good things only continue if they are encouraged.

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* 5. What is not working well? OK - let it all out. But please try to be brief - volunteers have to read and summarise everything.

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