- The main reason respondents reported being neither, unlikely or very unlikely to visit a new hub at Bransbury Park was because they prefer to exercise in other ways (41%).
- A third of respondents also reported that they prefer to use facilities located elsewhere (33%). Just under one out of five of these respondents said that they can’t afford to use sport and leisure facilities (19%). Popular ‘other’ comments included Bransbury Park being a difficult location to get to and parking or traffic issues putting people off visiting.
- Over two out of five of these respondents reported that nothing would encourage them to use a new physical activity and community hub at Bransbury Park (44%).
Reasons why respondents are unlikely to visit a new hub at Bransbury Park
Base: Respondents who selected "neither", "unlikely" or "very unlikely" to visit a new hub at Bransbury Park (407)
What would encourage respondents to visit a new hub (main themes)
Base: Respondents who are unlikely or very unlikely to visit a new hub at Bransbury Park (318)
|Themes||Percentage of respondents|
|Nothing would encourage me (due to location of hub, disability or health condition, prefer other ways of exercising, against the proposal)||44%|
|Value for money (including discount schemes for local residents, the elderly, young people and families)||15%|
|Parking provision and travel options (such as better bus links)||11%|
|Good pool and gym||9%|
|Good design of building and facilities (don't build on green space, high-quality)||8%|
|Inclusive and accessible for all (disabled people, elderly people, children)||8%|
|Flexible opening hours and not being too busy||7%|
|Community atmosphere and facilities||6%|
|Variety of classes and sports on offer||6%|