Posts tagged ‘Newsletter’

Wednesday 29 Feb 2012

First Parish Plan Newsletter

The first Parish Plan Newsletter is being distributed in the village.  You can read it here.

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It advertises the Parish Plan Open Day on Saturday 24th March:

Drop in any time between 10:00 am and 5:00 pm.  Find out what’s happening and have your say on village issues.  You can get help with your Housing Needs Questionnaire (up to 2:00 pm), and meet your MP (between 11:00 am and 12:00 noon).

Bring along your old photos and share memories of the village.  If you wish, your photos can be scanned while you wait, to provide a village resource for the future.

Read the Newsletter for more information.

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There’s a list of the main milestones in the Parish Plan process:

March 2012
Housing Needs Survey questionnaire distributed around the village

June 2012
Housing Needs Survey summary results published

September 2012
Main Parish Plan / Village Design Statement questionnaire distributed around the village

December 2012
Interim Report showing the results of the main questionnaire published

February 2013
Parish Plan Open Day in the Village Hall to gain residents’ endorsement of the main survey findings and input to the ‘action plan’ to address the issues identified

May 2013
Parish Plan and Village Design Statement published

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It explains the Housing Needs Survey:

The Housing Needs Survey questionnaires are being distributed around the village at the beginning of March. This timing allows us to follow up on any housing issues identified in the Survey in the main Parish Plan / Village Design Statement questionnaire which will be distributed in the summer.

The Housing Needs Survey is being undertaken for us by an independent body, Midlands Rural Housing, and all the information you provide will be treated in the strictest confidence. Individual replies will not be seen by Rugby Borough Council, the Parish Council or indeed anyone other than a small team of Midlands Rural Housing staff.

Even if you do not consider that you have a housing need, it would be extremely helpful if you would complete the initial part of the questionnaire (that’s only six questions) in order that your views on the village and its current and future housing can be established. And by returning your questionnaire on time, you might even win a £50 cash prize!

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