This survey is being sent to all current households in Wolverley and Cookley at the request of the Parish Council and Wyre Forest District Council, to establish what the housing requirements are expected to be in this community over the next five to ten years.
We are also offering any household that completes the survey the opportunity to be entered into our prize draw with a chance of winning a £20.00 shopping voucher, if you would like to be entered then please complete your name and address on the form at the end of the survey. Please note that your personal details supplied on this form will be used by Wyre Forest District Council solely for the purpose of administering the prize draw. Your personal details will be safeguarded and will not be divulged to any other individuals or organisations for any other purposes. Your details will be deleted once the prize draw process has concluded.
This survey has now closed
The information obtained from this survey will inform the Wolverley and Cookley Neighbourhood Plan, which the Parish Council are developing in partnership with the community and Wyre Forest District Council well as the Wyre Forest District Council Local Plan. The Neighbourhood Plan will guide decisions made regarding future development in the parish and is written following research into the various aspects of the plan, which includes housing. The responses from the housing questionnaire will therefore help to establish the requirement for housing within the parish for the foreseeable future.
The purpose of the questionnaire is to identify current and future housing need for people who have a local connection to the parish. That is why we ask whether people live, work and/or have family in the parish, how many people live within the household, the sort of accommodation you live in and whether you think you or part of your household is likely to move within the next 10 years.
We have requested this information as it helps us to determine the ability of people living in Upper Arley parish to afford housing in the parish. This helps in determining what sort of housing, needs to be developed to fulfil the requirements of households within the parish, whether that is open market, private rented, part buy part rent or social rented accommodation.