Shaping the future through Horizon 2050
Have your say on the borough's vision for 2050
People in Basingstoke and Deane are being asked to help shape what the borough will look like in the future as part of the Horizon 2050 project.
Basingstoke and Deane is a great place to live today thanks to the well-thought-out and bold long-term decisions taken in the 1960s, ‘70s and ‘80s, which planned our current infrastructure.
Through the Horizon 2050 initiative, the aim is to set an ambitious and aspirational shared vison to ensure that residents have high quality homes, jobs and leisure and community facilities for decades to come. This will drive and provide the foundations for far-reaching decisions about the future, setting the direction for the council and other partners’ work.
The draft vision has been created through the Horizon 2050 project. This has seen lots of different organisations and residents contributing their ideas through workshops and events to help determine what is important and right for the future of the borough.
The vision has been broken down into key themes: economy and entrepreneurship transport, the homes we’ll live in, education, sustainability, environment and healthy and resilient communities with influence. And residents are being asked to give their views on these to inform the development of the final vision, which is due to be adopted by the borough council and its partners in December.
This consultation is an opportunity for you to give your views on the outcome of this work to date, which is the draft vision for the borough to 2050. By having your say your feedback will inform the development of the final vision, which is due to be adopted by the borough council and its partners in December 2018.
The draft vision and a summary of information gained from the research and engagement events can be seen at the bottom of this page.
An independent agency, Ipsos MORI, has been appointed to process responses to this consultation.
You can complete your online consultation response by clicking on the button below:
Alternatively, you can email your response directly to Ipsos MORI by emailing Horizon2050@Ipsos-MORI.com. If you have any queries about how to take part in this consultation or would like to request a paper response form, please contact the Ipsos MORI consultation helpline at Horizon2050@Ipsos-MORI.com or by Freephone 0800 1413968.
The consultation will run until Sunday 19 August 2018.
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