- Most respondents live in PO4, the same postcode district as Bransbury Park. The majority are female, over the age of 34, and without a disability.
- Around two thirds of respondents live within a 15-minute walk of Bransbury Park, and just under a third live in the wider PO1-PO6 area.
- Most respondents like each element of the site plan, and particularly the retained green space and gardens and reprovision of free to use external courts.
- Most respondents like the extended parking facilities in the site plans.
- Most respondents like the artistic impressions. In open comments, 8% (just over 70 people) said that they feel the architecture/building design is dull, ugly, or uncreative, however, 6% (just over 50 people) feel it’s modern and blends into the environment.
- 64% of respondents like both of the proposed layouts (with or without a GP surgery), however, 46% like option two of the proposed layouts (with a GP surgery) ‘a lot’, in comparison to 34% liking option one (without a GP surgery) ‘a lot’.
- Open comments show that there is high further support for the GP surgery, although many respondents feel the surgery should be separate from the leisure centre or have a separate entrance at least.
- 43% of respondents would definitely like to see a new GP surgery in the proposal – support is highest amongst those living within the PO1-PO6 area and those with disabilities.
- 77% of respondents (nearly 650 people) are satisfied that accessibility has been taken into consideration.