North Norfolk Open Space, Sport and Recreation Study
North Norfolk District Council is working with Ethos Environmental Planning to undertake a study about how much and what type of open space, sport and outdoor recreation facilities are required to meet the needs of local people.
The study will be used by the Council as part of the evidence base for the review of the Local Plan and to help make decisions regarding the future of open spaces and sport/recreation facilities, including helping to prioritise improvements.
The study is wide-ranging and covers a wide range of open space related uses such as parks and recreation grounds; outdoor sports pitches and facilities, children and youth facilities; allotments and community gardens; wildlife areas/nature reserves; natural green spaces; beaches; footpaths, bridleways etc; and amenity green spaces.
Your feedback is essential to help the Council to understand the needs and aspirations of your parish or town. It will help the Council and its partners, including yourselves, to plan for and deliver future provision based upon a robust and sound evidence base.
The resident’s consultation period is open until 15th March. The link to the survey is :https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/NNorfolkHH