Questionnaire Results Feedback Exhibition 3rd and 7th February 2018. Over 300 people attended the events over the two days. The community were able to browse the display boards of the work that had come out of previous consultation. The information was then loaded onto the website for people who were unable to attend the exhibitions as well as paper copies of the questionnaire results were available in the parish office. The RCCE also attended the event on the Saturday and were able to talk about the RCCE Housing Survey,affordable housing and emphasised that to be considered for affordable housing you must also register on Colchester Borough Housing Register www.gatewaytohomechoice.org.uk
A similar event was arranged on the 21st February 2018 for local businesses. Eight businesses attended and it was envisaged that more consultation with business will take place over the coming months.
Dec 17 - Jan 2018
Preparation began for Questionnaire Results Feedback Exhibition
Housing Survey report was received back
Sept - Nov 2017
Work was ongoing with analysing of the Main Questionnaire with many hours of volunteer time spent reading,discussing and collating the information gained.
945 questionnaires were received (23%) and the information is now being analysed by the RCCE. Results are expected towards the end of the year.
Closing date for Call For Sites - 12th July 2017
Closing date for Housing Needs Survey 21st July 2017
Housing Needs Survey was delivered to every household on the weekend of the 10th/11th June 2017. This survey will look at determining the specific housing needs of Tiptree's residents, both in terms of open market housing and affordable housing. Forms need to be returned by July 22nd and were also available on line.
Plans were made for RCCE Housing Needs Survey to be produced with anticipated delivery in June
Tiptree Parish Council issued a 'Call For Sites' which is an opportunituny for individuals and organisations to suggest sites which could be allocated for development. Suggestions received will be considered alongside sites already put forward to Colchester Borough Council and will be used to inform the development of the New Neighbourhood Plan. The call for sites exercise will not in itself determine whether or not a site should be allocated for development. At this time they are considering sites which can accommodate development for housing, however they are also interested to receive details of sites that may be appropriate for other types of development. The size threshold for housing submissions is a minimum area of 0.25 hectares, or an area which can accomodate at least five dwellings.
Jan 2017- Mar 2017
A request was advertised for any additional volunteers to help with the input of data from paper questionnaires ready for analysis by Fieldwork Assistance. Approx 40 residents came forward to help the group with this mammoth task with approx over 500 hours volunteer time spent on this huge task
Oct - Dec 16
Over 1200 questionnaires returned and 600 people asked to be kept updated of progress.
Please listen to what our Chairman Cllr Steve Bays had to say about the questionnaire HERE
Every household and business in Tiptree received a paper questionnaire to complete. Topics included Village Identity, Homes and Housing, Housing Development, Countryside and Wide Open Space, Traffic and Transport, Facilities and Amenities,Services, Shopping, The Village Centre and Business and Employment.
This could be returned to various outlets in the village. This was also available on-line as well as a separate on-line Youth Questionnaire. Questionnaires were to be returned by the 23rd October 2016. This date was extended slightly. Each questionnaire was entered into a free prize draw with various prizes
Jan - Aug 16
Working Party prepared questionnaire from the findings of the previous Open Days.
Summer 2015 - Dec 2015
The Working Group were successful in obtaining some grant funding to hold two Open Days in Nov 2015 to enable residents and businesses to participate. Flyers were distributed to every household, given out at the local railway station informing people of this event as well as press and radio coverage.
At the Open Days there were boards explaining the Neighbourhood Plan, information boards covering various topics and the opportunity for people to write any comments as well as complete several surveys and forms.
Over 300 people attended the event, some residents came forward to join the Working Party as well as over 100 people asking to be kept informed of progress and now receive regular updates. Please contact us on NPtiptree@btconnect or 01621 817030 if you would like to be added to our distribution list.
A report of the findings is available
Jan 2015 - Summer 2015
The search was on for people to join the Working Party and posters and adverts were distributed as well as two exhibitions early in the year. A questionnaire was avaible to complete.
A local business came forward to offer pro bono support with questionnaire and data analysing as well as another who offered to design a group logo
Tiptree Parish Council (TPC) agreed to set up a Working Party for the purpose of the Neighbourhood Plan. In the summer of 2014 various businesses in the village were visited by councillors to see if they were interested in the Neighbourhood Plan.
On the 1st October TPC made an application to Colchester Borough Council(CBC) to designate a Neighbourhood Plan Area.
In accordance with regulation 6 of the Neighbourhood Plan Regulation 2012 CBC undertook a six week period of publication consultation from the 10th Nov until the 22nd Dec 2014. On the 2nd February 2015 CBC designated the Tiptree Neighbourhood Plan Area.