During the implementation of the SANG proposals by Taylor Wimpey, a number of issues have arisen regarding the use and management of the SANG going forward, and it is noted that some of the issues raised are contradictory. In order to address these issues, a suite of work including updated surveys and public consultation is to be undertaken at Crookham Park SANG in the coming months. Further information regarding the work that is being undertaken is outlined within a Statement of Intent, which can be downloaded from this website.
Furthermore, in order to obtain up to date baseline information regarding the use of Crookham Park SANG, a comprehensive visitor survey exercise is being undertaken, which will include face-to-face interviews of people utilising the SANG both during and after the Easter holidays. As part of this exercise, a copy of the Visitor Survey Questionnaire is being provided to local residents as part of an information pack. The information submitted will be used to inform any necessary amendments and changes to the SANG, in order to ensure that it is an attractive and popular area of informal public open space that is valued and used by local people. A copy of this questionnaire is also available to download from this website.
A public exhibition will also be held on Thursday 16th April from 4pm to 8pm in the SANG Car Park (next to the allotments), where there will be an opportunity to review some material and fill in a visitor survey questionnaire if you have not already done so.