HOUSING NEEDS SURVEY - Toddington Neighbourhood Plan
Bedfordshire Rural Communities Charity (BRCC) is carrying out this survey as part of the data collection process for the Toddington Neighbourhood Plan. We need your help to identify the housing needs of local people. Your responses will influence the number, size and type of homes that are built in Toddington over the next 20 years. The data we compile will help to determine in detail the housing needed by local people.
We would like all of those who have a housing need to complete their own survey. For example, a family with grown children may be in need of a number of several different housing types in the future. The children may want a place of their own and the parents may want to downsize or move elsewhere. Therefore, parents and children may need to complete separate forms. Alternatively you can complete this survey online at www.surveymonkey.com/s/XPQ9SPG paper copies can be obtained from the Parish Council office.
Please Note: The council have changed to a 3 week cycle of meetings. This affects the calendars for Parish Council and Neighbourhood Plan. Please see the meetings section of this website for all dates.
The Parish Website: The Toddington Parish Council website was set up in 2004 as a resource for the local community.
The site contains information on local news, events, organisations, & businesses.
It also contains information on services provided by the parish and district councils, local links and other useful and interesting information.
You can keep up-to-date on current parish council activities as minutes of council meetings are on-line and can be viewed.
You can use the enquiry form in the contact us section to contact the parish council.
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