St James Low hall consultation results

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Dear Waltham Forest Borough Council,

In the council's propaganda paper dated Jan 23 it states that their was an 'engagement with over 800 people living near Low Hall' as part of the councils 15 min neighbourhoods work.

Please can you supply a full breakdown of results of this engagement?

How many people stated they would like Low Hall sports field to be built on?

How many people stated there was a lack of leisure facilities?

Also from which Waltham Forest wards are these comments made from?

Are there any comments from people outside either St James or Markhouse wards, and if so which wards do they live?

How many people stated they didn't want a 15 min neighbourhood?

Thank you,

Charlie

Yours faithfully,

Charles Edwards

Waltham Forest Council, Waltham Forest Borough Council

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Dear Charles Edwards

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Please can you supply a full breakdown of results of this engagement?
The Council has conducted sessions with around 1500 residents as part of
its neighbourhoods engagement, which comes under the wider 15-minute
Neighbourhoods umbrella. This includes:
• a borough-wide resident survey that received over 1200 responses
• in-depth engagement carried out by The Young Foundation with over 160
residents taking part
• the local Lea Bridge neighbourhoods team is involved in ongoing
engagement and face to face sessions with residents and businesses in Lea
Bridge as part of the Lea Bridge Area Framework

How many people stated they would like Low Hall sports field to be built
on?
This question was not part of the engagement.

How many people stated there was a lack of leisure facilities?
1. Please see attached Lea Bridge area framework summary. Quantifiable
data is not available.
2. Please see The Young Foundation Research and Engagement Report
3. 15-minute neighbourhoods research raw data attached

Also from which Waltham Forest wards are these comments made from?
1. Lea Bridge
2. Borough-wide
3. Borough-wide

Are there any comments from people outside either St James or Markhouse
wards, and if so which wards do they live?
The engagement involved residents from:
1. Lea Bridge
2. and 3. - wards across the borough

How many people stated they didn't want a 15 min neighbourhood?
This question was not asked.

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