Attitudes to House Building
This short survey asks about your attitudes to house building in England and your opinions about the development process. There are only twelve questions. Please write as much as you like. By completing this survey you will be supporting research by Leeds Beckett University that aims to bring communities real influence over planning decisions. If you would like more information please contact Dr. Quintin Bradley at Leeds Beckett University:
Have you commented about, or objected to a housing development in your area in the last five years? *
Are you involved in or do you support a local group that takes a view on new housing and development? *
To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements?
1. As a country we need to build 300,000 new homes a year *
Strongly agree
Strongly disagree
2. The way to bring house prices down is to build more homes *
Strongly agree
Strongly disagree
3. To what extent do you think local housing targets reflect real housing need?
4. To what extent would you agree or disagree that there is a need for more social housing? *
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
5. To what extent do you think the location of new homes is effectively planned?
6. To what extent do you think planners strike the right balance between environmental protection and development?
7. To what extent do you think the public infrastructure needed (thinking about local services) for new homes is provided effectively?
8. To what extent are planners approving enough land for new homes?
9. Do you have any thoughts on how the planning and delivery of new homes could be improved?
About you
Final quick questions
10. Where do you live? *
11. I take an active interest in the local neighbourhood *
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
12. People should have the opportunity to shape the decisions that affect them locally *
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
Thank you very much for your help
Dr. Quintin Bradley, Leeds Beckett University:
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