The Steering Group has commissioned two specific external reports in the first quarter of 2018:
- Cheshire Community Action (CCA) – Household Survey on Housing Need
- Cheshire Wildlife Trust – Habitat and Diversity Study; Protecting and Enhancing Utkinton and Cotebrook’s Natural Environment
The former of these represents a survey amongst Households in the Parish and resulted in an overall 44% response rate (the largest % in CCA’s history of producing such reports). It will be complemented by a Borough-wide project by CWaC to map housing need across Cheshire West and Chester (due mid to late May).
The second report sets out some conclusions and actions for the Parish Council and Neighbourhood Steering Group to undertake in order to satisfy the title of the report.
The CCA Report is here: Uktinton + Cotebrook Household Survey Report DRAFT V1
The CWT Study is here: CWT Protecting and Enhancing Utkinton and Cotebrook’s Natural Environment
Further survey results will be posted here as and when available. Attached to this page are three previous Household Needs Surveys made by Utkinton and Utkinton & Cotebrook Parish Councils;
2012 – HN_survey_final_Utkinton
The Steering Group for Utkinton and Cotebrook Neighbourhood Plan have been busy attending local functions and canvassing views at various meetings over the past few weeks.
They have prepared a number of surveys covering, initially, four sections of our community including:
- Households & Education
These surveys are being distributed at the public meetings, on a door to door basis or can be downloaded or if you would prefer, by completing them online or by clicking the links below, – there are separate links for each of the surveys.
|Download Documents||Online Forms|
|Download Household Survey Form||Online Household Survey|
|Download Farming Survey||Online Farming Survey|
|Download Business Survey||Online Business Survey|
It would be very helpful if the Steering Group get your feedback – simply because your views matter and will be used to help formulate the Draft Neighbourhood Plan and, subsequently, the final plan that will help us to manage how our communities evolve over the next 10 – 15 years.