Sevenoaks Town Council: Bat and Ball Station Pre-Renovation Survey
Sevenoaks Town Council has applied to the Heritage Lottery Fund for a grant to restore and renovate the Grade II listed Bat and Ball Station Building. The findings of this survey will be presented to the Heritage Lottery Fund, providing a greater understanding of opinions of the project.
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Giving a score between zero and ten, with zero being not important at all, and ten being extremely important, how important is Bat and Ball Station in your daily life?
Not important at all.
Extremely important.
Giving a score between zero and ten, with zero being of no effect and ten being of great effect, how much does the current state of the station and the station building affect your daily life?
No effect.
Great effect.
Giving a score between zero and ten, with zero being of no negative effect and ten being of great negative effect, how much does the current state of the station and the station building negatively affect your daily life?
No negative effect.
Great negative effect.
Giving a score between zero and ten, with zero being of very low likelihood, and ten being extremely high likelihood, how likely is it that you would use the station more if it was renovated?
Very low likelihood.
Extremely high likelihood.
The restoration and renovation of the Bat and Ball Station Building aims to rejuvenate the area and make using the station a more enjoyable experience, through the provision of new services that include a café, community rooms for a variety of activities, and public toilets. What is the MOST IMPORTANT reason for why you might not use the station (as much) right now, in comparison to if it were renovated, or might not enjoy using the station as much as if it were renovated? Please select the MOST IMPORTANT to you.
Other:
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What is the SECOND MOST IMPORTANT reason for why you might not use the station (as much) right now, in comparison to if it were renovated, or might not enjoy using the station as much as if it were renovated? Please tick the SECOND MOST IMPORTANT to you.
Other:
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What is the THIRD MOST IMPORTANT reason for why you might not use the station (as much) right now, in comparison to if it were renovated, or might not enjoy using the station as much as if it were renovated? Please select the THIRD MOST IMPORTANT to you.
Other:
Your answer
Giving a score between zero and ten , with zero being not appropriate at all, and ten being extremely appropriate, do you believe that improving the station building and therefore the local area is an appropriate use of the Heritage Lottery Fund's grant money?
Not appropriate at all.
Extremely appropriate.
If you believe that you were not able to adequately express your opinion on the renovation of Bat and Ball Station by answering the previous questions, or if you would like to add some further information, then please write in the box below. If you have nothing further to add then you may leave the box blank:
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