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Q1. How many people in each of these age groups live in your household? Base: All respondents Num Base: All respondents None/not answered

Under 18

304

71.5%

54

12.7%

2

43

10.1%

3

21

4.9%

4

2

.5%

5

1

.2%

330

77.6%

1

69

16.2%

2

19

4.5%

3

5

1.2%

Ticked but no number given

2

.5%

347

81.6%

1

45

10.6%

2

31

7.3%

2

.5%

None/not answered Between 26 and 35

Ticked but no number given None/not answered Between 36 and 59

176

41.4%

1

84

19.8%

2

158

37.2%

Ticked but no number given

7

1.6%

255

60.0%

1

60

14.1%

2

97

22.8%

3

3

.7%

10

2.4%

None/not answered

Over 60

100.0%

1

None/not answered

Between 18 and 25

%

425

Ticked but no number given

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Q2. How many people in your household...? Base: All respondents Num Base: All respondents None/not answered

Work locally (in Norfolk)

140

32.9%

101

23.8%

2

128

30.1%

3

40

9.4%

4

8

1.9%

None/not answered 1 2

39

9.2% .5% 91.3%

1

31

7.3%

2

6

1.4%

238

56.0%

1

91

21.4%

2

74

17.4%

3

9

2.1%

13

3.1%

307

72.2%

1

61

14.4%

2

35

8.2%

3

17

4.0%

4

4

.9%

6

1

.2%

Ticked but no number given None/not answered

At school or full-time education None/not answered

1.9% 90.4%

2

None/not answered Do not do any paid work

8 384

388

None/not answered Work from home

100.0%

1

Ticked but no number given

Work further afield

%

425

307

72.2%

1

61

14.4%

2

35

8.2%

3

17

4.0%

4

4

.9%

6

1

.2%

Q3. What issues in general are important to you? - EDUCATION Base: All respondents Num

%

Base: All respondents

425

100.0%

Very important

213

50.1%

Important

108

25.4%

Not very important

48

11.3%

Not at all important

16

3.8%

Not answered

40

9.4%

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Q3. What issues in general are important to you? - RECYCLING Base: All respondents Num

%

Base: All respondents

425

100.0%

Very important

219

51.5%

Important

170

40.0%

14

3.3%

Not very important Not at all important Not answered

2

.5%

20

4.7%

Q3. What issues in general are important to you? - OPEN SPACES Base: All respondents Num

%

Base: All respondents

425

100.0%

Very important

228

53.6%

Important

146

34.4%

19

4.5%

Not very important Not at all important Not answered

1

.2%

31

7.3%

Q3. What issues in general are important to you? - DESIGN OF NEW DEVELOPMENT Base: All respondents Num

%

Base: All respondents

425

100.0%

Very important

126

29.6%

Important

157

36.9%

Not very important

72

16.9%

Not at all important

21

4.9%

Not answered

49

11.5%

Q3. What issues in general are important to you? - TRANSPORT LINKS/ BUS SERVICES Base: All respondents Num

%

Base: All respondents

425

100.0%

Very important

156

36.7%

Important

190

44.7%

46

10.8%

Not very important Not at all important Not answered

4

.9%

29

6.8%

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Q3. What issues in general are important to you? - ROAD SAFETY/ TRAFFIC Base: All respondents Num

%

Base: All respondents

425

100.0%

Very important

281

66.1%

Important

116

27.3%

6

1.4%

Not very important Not at all important Not answered

1

.2%

21

4.9%

Q3. What issues in general are important to you? - FOOTPATHS/ PAVEMENTS Base: All respondents Num

%

Base: All respondents

425

100.0%

Very important

175

41.2%

Important

179

42.1%

34

8.0%

5

1.2%

32

7.5%

Not very important Not at all important Not answered

Q3. What issues in general are important to you? - AFFORDABLE HOUSING Base: All respondents Num

%

Base: All respondents

425

100.0%

Very important

102

24.0%

Important

150

35.3%

Not very important

85

20.0%

Not at all important

47

11.1%

Not answered

41

9.6%

Q3. What issues in general are important to you? - DEVELOPMENT IN THE VILLAGE Base: All respondents Num

%

Base: All respondents

425

100.0%

Very important

124

29.2%

Important

133

31.3%

Not very important

87

20.5%

Not at all important

46

10.8%

Not answered

35

8.2%

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Q3. What issues in general are important to you? - CLIMATE CHANGE Base: All respondents Num

%

Base: All respondents

425

100.0%

Very important

189

44.5%

Important

143

33.6%

Not very important

41

9.6%

Not at all important

18

4.2%

Not answered

34

8.0%

Q3. What issues in general are important to you? - Other responses combined Base: All % Base: All respondents

425

100.0%

No other

401

94.4%

Building regulations

5

1.2%

Preservation of architecture

4

.9%

Retention of village post office

3

.7%

Policing in the community

3

.7%

Youth discipline

3

.7%

Dogs fouling footpaths

2

.5%

Pavements

2

.5%

Conservation

2

.5%

Environment

2

.5%

Facilities for young people

2

.5%

Traffic calming/rumble strips needed

1

.2%

Bridle paths

1

.2%

Social behaviour

1

.2%

All forms of pollution

1

.2%

Sports facilities

1

.2%

Traffic lights near the church

1

.2%

Racial harmony

1

.2%

Speeding within the village

1

.2%

Access to health services

1

.2%

Parking on roadways

1

.2%

Q4. What facilities do you use in the village? Base: All respondents Num Base: All respondents

%

425

100.0%

66

15.5%

Post office/shop

387

91.1%

Village Hall

236

55.5%

School

Play Equipment

94

22.1%

Playing fields

188

44.2%

Church

155

36.5%

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Q5. If you use the Village Hall, what facilities do you use there? Base: Those using Village Hall Num

%

Base: Those using Village Hall

236

100.0%

Social Club

104

44.1%

Playgroup

20

8.5%

Baby and Toddler group

19

8.1%

Scouts

29

12.3%

Tasburgh Players

74

31.4%

Tennis courts

53

22.5%

Play equipment

69

29.2%

129

54.7%

27

11.4%

4

1.7%

Playing field Skate board park Carpet bowls

Q5. If you use the Village Hall, what facilities do you use there? - Other responses combined Base: Those using Village % Base: Those using Village Hall

236

100.0%

No other

183

77.5%

Functions/social events

29

12.3%

Private hall hire/family events

12

5.1%

Recycling facilities

7

3.0%

The meeting room

3

1.3%

Evening classes

2

.8%

Football/West End football club

2

.8%

Church bookings

1

.4%

Keep fit club

1

.4%

Jumble sales

1

.4%

Cricket

1

.4%

Q6. What other facilities do you think are needed in Tasburgh? Base: All respondents Num Base: All respondents

%

425

100.0%

More shops

99

23.3%

Cafe

45

10.6%

Bigger school

30

7.1%

Space for businesses

21

4.9%

Better access to health facilities

118

27.8%

More social facilities/places to meet

92

21.6%

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Q6. What other facilities do you think are needed in Tasburgh? - Other responses combined Base: All % Base: All respondents

425

100.0%

No other

362

85.2%

10

2.4%

Youth club facilities for the younger children

7

1.6%

Need to preserve village character

6

1.4%

Improvements/ new village hall

5

1.2%

A new village pub

4

.9%

Newsagents

4

.9%

Social activities designed for youths

4

.9%

Improved information for all villagers

3

.7%

Purchase of land adjoining school for extra field area

3

.7%

Improved sports facilities

3

.7%

A Doctors surgery

3

.7%

Delivery service of farm produce

2

.5%

Footpaths away from traffic

2

.5%

Park or public space in lower Tasburgh

2

.5%

A neighbourhood watch scheme

2

.5%

A local dentist

2

.5%

Improved bus services

2

.5%

Weekly fish/chip van

1

.2%

A good restaurant

1

.2%

Wireless broadband

1

.2%

Car share scheme for non drivers/long Stratton/Norwich

1

.2%

More off-street parking

1

.2%

Better play area for younger children

1

.2%

A park area

1

.2%

Adult education centre/ classes

1

.2%

Nursery

1

.2%

More shops and petrol station

1

.2%

Improve school

1

.2%

Conservation

1

.2%

Improvements to current village shop/post office

Q7a. Do you have access to a car? Base: All respondents Num

%

Base: All respondents

425

100.0%

Yes

406

95.5%

No

14

3.3%

5

1.2%

Not answered

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Q7b. Do you think we need better footpaths around the village? Base: All respondents Num

%

Base: All respondents

425

100.0%

Yes

254

59.8%

No

132

31.1%

39

9.2%

Not answered

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Q7c. Where do you think better footpaths are needed around the village? - Combined responses Base: Those who would like better % Base: Those who would like better footpaths

254

100.0%

Village hall to Low Road

67

26.4%

No answer

49

19.3%

Between Upper and Lower Tasburgh

27

10.6%

Tasburgh to Long Stratton

21

8.3%

Around Lower Tasburgh

17

6.7%

Improved maintenance of existing paths

13

5.1%

More in general/all round village/circular route

12

4.7%

Way marked routes for walkers

10

3.9%

Lower Grove lane/low road

9

3.5%

Extended path alongside edge of sportsfield

7

2.8%

Grove lane to the A140

5

2.0%

Low road

5

2.0%

A footpath along the river

4

1.6%

Around 'zig-zag' corner

4

1.6%

Grove road between the Lindens-Saxlingham

4

1.6%

The Mill to the Countryman

3

1.2%

A footpath through Rainthorpe

2

.8%

Between Hall Farm and A140

2

.8%

Alongside properties on A140

2

.8%

Newton Flotman to the Countryman pub

2

.8%

Village Hall to Flordon Turn

2

.8%

Valley Road-Church road towards A140

2

.8%

First part of Church road from A140

2

.8%

To the church

2

.8%

Marlbottom Lane to village

1

.4%

Bungay crossroads to village

1

.4%

Hempnall crossroads to village

1

.4%

Links with Boadica way

1

.4%

Wider path from Woodland Rise to the church

1

.4%

Church Hill

1

.4%

On bend at bottom of Grove Road

1

.4%

A safe path under the A140

1

.4%

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Q7d.1. Do you think we need better cycle paths in the area? Base: All respondents Num

%

Base: All respondents

425

100.0%

Yes

158

37.2%

No

213

50.1%

54

12.7%

Not answered

Q7d.2. Where in the area do you think better cycle paths are needed? - Combined responses Base: Those who would like better % Base: Those who would like better cycle paths

158

100.0%

A safe path to Long Stratton

51

32.3%

No answer

45

28.5%

As many as possible/any

21

13.3%

Around village

7

4.4%

To Norwich-Grove lane/Flordon/Long lane

7

4.4%

Village Hall-Lower Tasburgh/Church hill

7

4.4%

The Mill to Long Stratton

6

3.8%

Along A140

6

3.8%

A140 to junior school along Church road

4

2.5%

To village hall

4

2.5%

Around lower Tasburgh

3

1.9%

All routes to the school

3

1.9%

Hempnall cross-roads to village

2

1.3%

Tasburgh to Newton Flotman

2

1.3%

Marlbottom lane to village

1

.6%

Flordon-Hampton-Tasburgh

1

.6%

Tasburgh to Mulbarton

1

.6%

Curson Road

1

.6%

Q7e.1. Do you think we need better bus services? Base: All respondents Num

%

Base: All respondents

425

100.0%

Yes

156

36.7%

No

206

48.5%

63

14.8%

Not answered

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Q7e.2. Where should the improved bus services go to? - Combined responses Base: Those who would like better % Base: Those who would like better bus services

156

100.0%

Need later service to and from Norwich

71

45.5%

No answer

35

22.4%

Buses should keep to timetable

12

7.7%

More buses in general

10

6.4%

Increase Simonds service to Diss/Norwich

8

5.1%

Hourly from lower Tasburgh to Norwich

6

3.8%

Service to all major villages and towns

5

3.2%

Improvements to Sunday services

5

3.2%

Long Stratton to Norwich

4

2.6%

More frequent early morning service

4

2.6%

Service to Diss/Direct link from Upper Tasburgh

3

1.9%

A cheaper service

3

1.9%

Bus to Long Stratton & Norwich from Church Road

3

1.9%

To Long Stratton

2

1.3%

Tasburgh to Norfolk/Norwich hospital

2

1.3%

Wymondha-Stratton-Norwich

2

1.3%

A free service

1

.6%

To Hempnall

1

.6%

Improved school bus into Norwich

1

.6%

Cleaner buses

1

.6%

Q8. What physical improvements would you like to see to the village? - Combined responses Base: All % Base: All respondents

425

100.0%

No answer

274

64.5%

Improved street lighting

41

9.6%

Traffic calming on Church road

16

3.8%

Better access to the A140

10

2.4%

More litter/dog bins

9

2.1%

A by-pass

8

1.9%

Regular litter clearing of verges

6

1.4%

30mph limit on A140

6

1.4%

Play area for older children

6

1.4%

Pedestrian lights at junction with Church road

6

1.4%

A mains gas supply

6

1.4%

Tree planting in built up areas

6

1.4%

Upkeep of hedges/green spaces

6

1.4%

Flowers/garden area

5

1.2%

(cont.)

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Q8. What physical improvements would you like to see to the village? - Combined responses Base: All % Resurfacing of footpaths

5

1.2%

Protection of village green

4

.9%

The resurfacing of Valley road/road repairs

4

.9%

Reduced speed limit on Saxlingham lane/Tasburgh Rd

4

.9%

Danger signs on double bends

3

.7%

Improve parking

3

.7%

Open spaces to remain as such

2

.5%

A wind turbine to power the whole village

2

.5%

Removal of some street lighting Newton Flotman to Tasburgh

2

.5%

Open space in Lower Tasburgh

2

.5%

Cleaner bus stops

2

.5%

Improved drainage

2

.5%

Remove village eyesores

2

.5%

A river path/access to river

2

.5%

Lower speed limit for Church hill

2

.5%

Ban dogs from playing fields

2

.5%

Improve 'charity' land on low road

2

.5%

Speed bumps/ lower the speed limit

2

.5%

Decent family pub serving food

1

.2%

People to be more sociable

1

.2%

Pedestrian crossing outside Pub

1

.2%

Halt sign-Grove lane to Low road

1

.2%

Better road linking upper and lower Tasburgh

1

.2%

Support solar heating not wind turbine

1

.2%

Traffic calming between Flordon and Newton Flotman

1

.2%

A village pond

1

.2%

A larger village store

1

.2%

Improvements to village hall

1

.2%

Improve architecture

1

.2%

More bus stops needed

1

.2%

Q9. Do you think there is a role for renewable energy in the village? Base: All respondents Num

%

Base: All respondents

425

100.0%

Yes

285

67.1%

No

111

26.1%

29

6.8%

Not answered

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Q10. What do you feel about more housing in the village? Base: All respondents Num Base: All respondents Would not mind more new housing Only with additional facilites Would like to see some commercial development Would not like to see any more development at all

%

425

100.0%

66

15.5%

125

29.4%

12

2.8%

215

50.6%

7

1.6%

Not answered

Q10. What do you feel about more housing in the village? - Other comments combined Base: All % Base: All respondents

425

100.0%

No other

346

81.4%

Present community large enough

17

4.0%

Affordable housing for local youngsters/people

13

3.1%

Traffic lights/safer access to main road needed

12

2.8%

No commercial development

7

1.6%

Should be affordable housing

5

1.2%

Only on a small scale/no large estates

4

.9%

Would need improved road infrastructure

3

.7%

Need more shops to support present community

3

.7%

As long as character of the village is unaffected

3

.7%

Providing a high level of architectural design

2

.5%

Sensible infill would help the village develop

2

.5%

New housing should have green considerations

2

.5%

Small is beautiful

1

.2%

Some eco-housing would be desireable

1

.2%

Need to provide a decent bus service

1

.2%

Commercial development would bring work to the area

1

.2%

Better to develop places like Long Stratton/Mulbarton

1

.2%

New development spoilt by inconsiderate parking

1

.2%

Carefully planned to maximise leisure space

1

.2%

Village environment not suitable for affordable housing

1

.2%

Development in one area and not in others

1

.2%

Need larger playing field at local school

1

.2%

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Q11. If you would accept more housing, what sort of housing should it be? Base: All respondents Num Base: All respondents

%

425

100.0%

Any sort of private housing

43

10.1%

Affordable housing (housing association)

24

5.6%

Low cost housing for first time buyers

73

17.2%

A mixture

120

28.2%

Not answered

165

38.8%

Q12. If you would like to see more facilities, what should those facilities be? Base: All respondents Num

%

Base: All respondents

425

100.0%

Better recycling

208

48.9%

Oil co-op

124

29.2%

No answer

163

38.4%

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Q12. If you would like to see more facilities, what should those facilities be? - Other responses combined Base: All % Base: All respondents

425

100.0%

No other

321

75.5%

Improve existing hall

22

5.2%

New hall with updated facilities

21

4.9%

Improved play area/equipment for young children

15

3.5%

Improve halls storage facilities

10

2.4%

Wider recycling facilities

8

1.9%

Improved access to recycling containers

7

1.6%

Evening activities in hall/keep fit/dancing/adult education

7

1.6%

Provide more sports facilities

6

1.4%

Update playing fields

5

1.2%

Activities for young adults

5

1.2%

Allotments in the village

4

.9%

More fairs and fundraising events/clubs etc

4

.9%

Self sufficient energy/solar panel schemes

4

.9%

Plastics recycling

3

.7%

Older persons club (guest speaker/outings etc)

2

.5%

Health services

2

.5%

Recycling facilities in upper Tasburgh

2

.5%

A car park for the church

2

.5%

Off road parking for iron age fort

1

.2%

Shops providing local produce

1

.2%

Public gardens

1

.2%

A more disabled friendly hall

1

.2%

A new stage

1

.2%

Hall to have its own power generator

1

.2%

Foot/cycle paths to neighbouring villages

1

.2%

Open space for youths in upper Tasburgh

1

.2%

Something for the over sixties

1

.2%

Crossing on the A140 for safer use

1

.2%

Reduced speed limit

1

.2%

Improve the school

1

.2%

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Q13. What do you like most about Tasburgh? - Combined responses Base: All % Base: All respondents

425

100.0%

Friendly community/ people

177

41.6%

Peaceful

132

31.1%

Ease of travel/access to city

82

19.3%

Access to countryside/rural setting

78

18.4%

No answer

50

11.8%

Pretty unspoilt village

37

8.7%

Good school

33

7.8%

The location

29

6.8%

It's size/village

24

5.6%

Open spaces

23

5.4%

The post office

18

4.2%

Very little crime/safe

18

4.2%

Good village societies etc

13

3.1%

The Village hall

7

1.6%

Historical/architectural heritage

5

1.2%

No street lights

4

.9%

Parks and amenities

4

.9%

Near southern by-pass

3

.7%

The Pub

2

.5%

Conservation area

1

.2%

Good bus service

1

.2%

Q14. What do you like least about Tasburgh? - Combined responses Base: All % Base: All respondents

425

100.0%

No answer

147

34.6%

Turning right onto A140/Junction with

48

11.3%

The A140/speed of traffic on

35

8.2%

Speeding on 30mph roads

29

6.8%

Lack of street lighting

22

5.2%

Traffic on Church road

20

4.7%

Dog fouling on footpaths

18

4.2%

Lack of footpaths

17

4.0%

Litter strewn paths/verges/hedgerows

16

3.8%

Large increase in traffic

15

3.5%

Noisy youths on streets

14

3.3%

Lack of shops & basic amenities

13

3.1%

Inconsiderate parking

12

2.8%

Traffic cutting through from A140

11

2.6%

The few people who are anti-social and selfish

11

2.6%

Its gradual expansion/threat of new development

11

2.6%

(cont.)

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Q14. What do you like least about Tasburgh? - Combined responses Base: All % Too many cars with no parking spaces

10

2.4%

Lack of good village store/well stocked

9

2.1%

Poor standard of village hall

7

1.6%

Unsociable/clique people

6

1.4%

Frequent power cuts

6

1.4%

Some unsightly gardens

5

1.2%

No mains gas

5

1.2%

The Ranch

4

.9%

Social club needs to involve the whole community

4

.9%

Pollution

4

.9%

Woodland Rise

3

.7%

Need new pub in the village

3

.7%

No late bus service

3

.7%

Poor bus service

3

.7%

Lack of facilities for youths

3

.7%

Not informed on events as live on outskirts

2

.5%

Poor flood defences

2

.5%

No heart to village

2

.5%

Dormatory village/lacks character

2

.5%

House security lights dazzling motorists

2

.5%

Need lower cost housing for first time buyers

2

.5%

Lack of health facilities for young/elderly housebound

2

.5%

Poor recycling facilities

2

.5%

Burnt-out cars dumped on Saxlingham Lane

2

.5%

Too few dances in village hall

1

.2%

The Church floodlights

1

.2%

No grit/salt boxes

1

.2%

Green/black wheelie bins on show

1

.2%

No country footpaths

1

.2%

Lack of pride in the village

1

.2%

Lack of innovation/ new development

1

.2%

Lack of activities in the village

1

.2%

J8145 Tasburgh Parish Plan Postal Survey Results Research & Marketing Plus March 2007 Page 17


Parish Plan Analysis  

Analysis of responses

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