Dear Neighbour

We are consulting all residents about what should be included in the emerging Camley Street Neighbourhood Plan.

What’s happening?
Camley Street includes council-owned land that has been earmarked for re-development, which normally means selling it to a big commercial developer interested only in maximising their own profit. That means that unless we get the right protection in place now, it’s highly likely the end result will be unappealing high density housing (as has already happened on St Pancras Way) with a lack of green spaces and no sense of community or neighbourliness – in other words, not a very attractive place to live in or near to.

Who are we?
We are a group of individuals who either live or work in the Camley Street and Elm Village neighbourhood. We formed the Camley Street Neighbourhood Forum because we share a common purpose and objective: To make our neighbourhood the nicest possible place it can be - to make it an area that’s economically vibrant, socially connected, and generally the greenest and safest place to live and work.

What can be done?
We are proposing to create a legally binding Camley Street Neighbourhood Plan that will define the type of neighbourhood we want it to be and strengthen the planning rules about what can, and what cannot, be built there.  We’re also working on establishing a Community Land Trust to lead the redevelopment of Camley Street that would be owned and controlled by the people who live and work within the Camley Street Neighbourhood Forum Area - in others words, you and me!

YOUR opinions are valuable and WILL help define the Camley Street Neighbourhood Plan - it’s YOUR community and village, PLEASE let us know what you think.

We are accepting responses until 20th September, 12 a.m. on www.camleystreet.org.uk or via a paper copy posted through the letterbox of 81 Rossendale Way.

Your answers will be strictly confidential. We don’t even ask for your name.

Thank you!

What happens next?
You can also meet us on 6th September at street stall drop-ins we’ll be organising – watch out for the leaflet.

We won’t respond to you individually but the anonymised results of this survey will be published on www.camleystreet.org.uk and we hope to see you at future events and meetings.
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Questionnaire

We realise that this does take some time and appreciate you giving it.
Please note that there is a requirement that we gather information 'About You' for us to use the information you give in the Questionnaire.

About You
This information is kept completely anonymous and will be detached from the questionnaire. It is only collected to enable us to see if we are collecting information from all sections of the community in the Camley Street area. We won't use it for anything else and we won't share it outside of the project team.
 
Please provide your postcode *

 
What is the tenure of your home? Do you: *


 
How long have you lived in the area? *


 
Are you: *


 
How many people currently live in your home (including yourself)?

 
Adults *

 
Children *

 
How many bedrooms does your home have? *

 
How old are you? *


 
How do you describe your ethnic origin? *


 
Religion or belief: Are you or do you have... *


 
Do you consider yourself to be disabled? *

     
 
Would you like to be kept informed about progress in developing the Neighbourhood Plan? (optional)

 
Name

 
Email address

 
Phone number

 
Main Questionnaire

Thinking about the Camley Street and Elm Village neighbourhood area please answer the following questions:
 
Environmental quality

 
To what extent do you agree with the statements:

 
'I am satisfied with the cleanliness of the area'

 
'I am satisfied with the physical appearance of the area'

 
Do you have any comments you'd like to make about environmental quality?

 
Public safety

 
To what extent do you agree with the following statements:

 
'Parents should feel confident letting their children play in the streets around their homes'

 
'I feel safe walking through the neighbourhood after dark'

 
'There is a problem with reckless driving in the area'

 
Do you have any comments you'd like to make about public safety?

 
Development

 
To what extent do you agree with the statement:

 
'Camley Street's role as a place of employment is valuable, and it's important that this forms key component of any future vision'

 
Considering the range of work that could take place in Camley Street, which of these groups do you feel is most appropriate
(feel free to tick more than one, but please specify your preference in the Other box)


 
What to you think should have the greatest priority in the development of the Camley Street neighbourhood area? 
(feel free to tick more than one, but please specify your preference in the Other box)


 
To what extent do you agree with the statement:

 
'I am satisfied with the range of goods and services available in Camley Street'

 
Do you have any comments you'd like to make about redevelopment?

 
Public space

 
To what extent do you agree with the following statements:

 
'The Camley Street area provides residents with good green space'

 
'The privately owned green spaces in the Camley Street neighbourhood make up for any deficiency in public space'

 
Do you have any comments you'd like to make about public spaces?

 
Transport

 
Thinking about your daily routine, what mode of transport would you prefer to use
(feel free to tick more than one, but please specify your preference in the Other box)


 
Do you have any comments you'd like to make about transport?

 
Housing

 
To what extent do you agree with the following statements:

 
The provision of housing that is affordable for people on average incomes in the Camley Street neighbourhood should be a priority in any future vision'

 
'I am satisfied with my home and do not feel the need to make any changes'

 
In providing housing, for which of the following groups do you feel there is the most urgent need?
(please select only one)


 
Do you have any comments you'd like to make about Housing?

 
Social life

 
To what extent do you agree with the statement:

 
'The Camley Street neighbourhood is a great place to socialise and meet new people'

 
Are there places in the neighbourhood where people can hold community events or celebrations?

     
 
If you answer yes to the previous question, please list the places you are aware of...

 
To what extent do you agree with the statement:

 
'Anti-social activity is a serious problem in the area'

 
Do you have any comments you'd like to make about social life?

 
Governance

 
To what extent do you agree with the statement:

 
'The community should retain a strong influence in any future vision for the neighbourhood'

 
Which of these issues do you feel should be given the greatest priority in Camley Street and Elm Village Neighbourhood?
(feel free to choose more than one issue, but indicate in the 'Other' box which one you feel is the most important)


 
Do you have any comments you'd like to make about governance?

 
General

 
Thinking about Camley Street and the Elm Village neighbourhood as a place:

 
What is good about it?

 
And what is bad?

 
Looking forward 10 years, what sort of place would you like it to become?

 
And finally, do you have any comments about the future of the Camley Street and Elm Village neighbourhood area that you have not already made?

 
...and that's it. Thank you (again)!

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