HORSHAM DISTRICT OPEN SPACE SURVEY

 

We are asking residents, businesses and interested parties for their opinions on our public open spaces across Horsham District. We are consultants, Knight Kavanagh & Page (KKP), who have been appointed by Horsham District Council to update its Sport, Open Space and Recreation Assessment and this online survey is an important part of the process.

With your input we can help ensure that there is adequate provision of accessible, high quality open spaces that meet the needs and aspirations of local communities, local people and people who work in or visit the District.

The survey should only take around 10 minutes to complete and your feedback will provide valuable and up-to-date information to help inform both the new Horsham District Local Plan and to guide the future approach to public open spaces by Horsham District Council.

Please complete the survey by 6th July 2020.

 

Data Protection – Privacy Notice

 

Your personal data will be handled in accordance with the Data Protection Act (DPA) 2018 and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). All of your answers will be treated in the strictest confidence, stored securely and only kept for as long as necessary for the purpose of processing the responses. Your responses will only be used to help us understand the role, use and views to open space provision and will only be shared across our HDC and KKP partnership. We will not share them with any third parties.
Please see the Horsham District Council’s website for further details of our Data Protection Act/ GDPR obligations and our Privacy Policy: https://www.horsham.gov.uk/privacy-statement and https://strategicplanning.horsham.gov.uk/consult.ti/system/text?page=terms&viewmode=popup
Please see KKP’s website for its Privacy Policy https://www.kkp.co.uk/privacy-policy/
Snap Surveys Privacy Notice https://www.snapsurveys.com/survey-software/privacy-policy-uk/

 

Public open spaces provide opportunities for sport and recreation, socialising, tourism and wildlife, making an important contribution to the health and well-being of communities, ecosystems and economies.

Horsham District has a wide variety of public open spaces from Horsham Park, Chesworth Farm, Leechpool and Owlbeech woods and Warnham Local Nature Reserve near Horsham to Henfield Common, Southwater Country Park, Sandgate Park and Meadowside in Storrington. The District and Parish Councils also manage local play areas across the District, as well as allotments, sports pitches and more.

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