Monthly Archives: November 2016

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Supporting Bewdley on the home front

Nearly 1,500 residents in and around Bewdley Parish responded to the paper and online survey establishing their current and future housing needs.  The aim of the survey was to gather evidence to help ensure that future developments are, as far as possible, in tune with the needs of the community.  Results showed that 213 extra [...]

By | November 2nd, 2016|News|0 Comments

A leisurely approach to town planning

Over the past twelve months Market Drayton, a market town in North Shropshire, has been consulting with its residents and its wider community on the future development of the town. With the assistance of Data Orchard it has developed a Neighbourhood Plan with a strong focus on health and wellbeing, facilitated by plans to improve [...]

By | November 1st, 2016|communities, News|0 Comments

The future of libraries and council customer services – capturing the public’s views

Over 2,200 people responded to the public consultation on the future of libraries and council customer services that Data Orchard ran for Herefordshire Council. We used a range of techniques to ensure a broad range of people could give their views, from regular library users to lapsed or non-users. The results of the consultation were [...]

By | November 1st, 2016|communities, News|0 Comments