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Summary

  • The vast majority of respondents agree or strongly agree that the council should prioritise each of the themes identified, although nearly a quarter of respondents are unsure about the theme ‘parks as spaces for lifelong learning’
  • ‘Access to parks and open spaces’ and ‘parks for our health and wellbeing’ are the themes respondents most agree with (95%)
  • There are low levels of disagreement with all themes identified in the strategy (all 6% or less)

Thinking about the seven themes we have identified in the strategy, to what extent do you agree or disagree that these are the things we should prioritise?

Base: Total sample (632) | (628) | (630) | (630) | (628) | (628) | (629)

This chart shows that:
95% of respondents agree or strongly agree that ‘access to parks and open spaces’ should be prioritised, 2% neither agree nor disagree, and 3% disagree or strongly disagree
95% of respondents agree or strongly agree that ‘parks for our health and wellbeing’ should be prioritised, 2% neither agree nor disagree, and 3% disagree or strongly disagree
93% of respondents agree or strongly agree that ‘safety within parks and open spaces’ should be prioritised, 3% neither agree nor disagree, and 3% disagree or strongly disagree
90% of respondents agree or strongly agree that ‘parks for celebrating and protecting our environment’ should be prioritised, 6% neither agree nor disagree, and 5% disagree or strongly disagree
89% of respondents agree or strongly agree that ‘parks as community spaces’ should be prioritised, 7% neither agree nor disagree, and 4% disagree or strongly disagree
85% of respondents agree or strongly agree that ‘resourcing our parks and open spaces’ should be prioritised, 10% neither agree nor disagree, and 5% disagree or strongly disagree
69% of respondents agree or strongly agree that ‘parks as spaces for lifelong’ should be prioritised, 24% neither agree nor disagree, and 6% disagree or strongly disagree