The Diss Survey
The Eastern Daily Press and the Diss Mercury are taking an in-depth look a life in the town and want to hear from residents about the things that matter most to them, what is great and not so great, and what they think needs to change.

This survey is for Diss residents, with more towns being surveyed in the coming months.

List your three favourite things about Diss
Your answer
List your three least favourite things about Diss
Your answer
I am proud to live in Diss
I believe Diss is a town on the up
What are you most proud of as a Diss resident?
Your answer
How much of an issue is closing and empty shops in Diss?
Not at all
Very
How much of an issue is parking in Diss?
Not at all
Very
How concerned are you about crime in Diss?
Not at all
Very
Are their enough opportunities for young people in Diss?
Too few
Plenty
How happy are you with the schools in Diss?
Very happy
Very unhappy
Lack of facilities or opportunities causes young people to have to move from Diss?
What extra facilities would you like to see in Diss?
Your answer
The cost of housing is a major issue in Diss
What is the biggest challenge or issue facing Diss in 2019?
Do you think Diss is an attractive place for businesses?
What is your opinion of the proposed development on the land at Parish Fields?
Proposals have been outlined to build 24 retirement bungalows on currently private and undeveloped land in Diss Lawns, also known as Parish Fields, between Shelfanger Road and Mount Street in Diss.
Your answer
What do you think about the continued growth of the town in terms of housing?
The Greater Norwich Local Plan – a plan into where council bosses should place more than 7,000 homes – has identified potential sites in Diss, including a 50-hectare site west of Shelfanger Road. This could pave the wave for an unknown number of new homes and businesses.
Your answer
Has Diss become better or worse in the last 10 years?
By 2039, what do you want to see change in Diss, and what do you want to see stay the same?
Your answer
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