Introducing additional licensing across the whole city: areas to be included
Of respondents who disagree with the proposal to introduce additional licensing across the whole city, the majority would like to see the scheme introduced in no areas of the city (84%) as opposed to fewer areas of the city (16%)
Of those who feel additional licensing should be introduced in fewer areas, the most commonly suggested area to be covered was those with ‘high concentrations of HMOs’ (16%), including PO1, PO3, PO4 and PO5
If you disagree with the proposal to introduce additional licensing across the whole city, would you like the scheme introduced in fewer areas of the city or no areas in the city?
Base: Respondents who ‘disagree’ or ‘strongly disagree’ with the proposal to introduce additional licensing in the whole city (203)
This chart shows that of those who show disagreement with introducing additional licensing across the whole city:
84% would like the scheme introduced in no areas in the city
16% would like the scheme introduced in fewer areas of the city
Responses for ‘Please let us know which areas you feel should be covered and why'
Base: Respondents who feel additional licensing should be introduced in ‘fewer areas of the city’ (32)
This table shows the most common themes around which areas respondents (who feel additional licensing should be introduced in fewer areas of the city) feel should be covered and why:
16% of respondents suggest areas with high concentrations of HMOs (PO1, PO3, PO4, PO5)
13% of respondents suggest the inner city/ close to the university
9% of respondents suggest areas of student accommodation
6% of respondents suggest areas with substandard housing
3% of respondents suggest Southsea
3% of respondents suggest Fratton
3% of respondents suggest North of Portsmouth
9% of respondents suggest other areas
38% of respondents make no suggestions
Responses (showing key themes)
Areas with high concentrations of HMOs (PO1, PO3, PO4, PO5)
Inner city/ close to university
Areas of student accommodation
Areas with substandard housing
North of Portsmouth
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