SHEPTON BEAUCHAMP

PARISH PLAN

 

Welcome to the Shepton Beauchamp Parish Plan website

 

Shepton Beauchamp scene Winter 2004 ©2004 pdecaux In March 2004, the Shepton Beauchamp Parish Plan Steering Group delivered a questionnaire to every household in the village. The response was tremendous and we received 244 completed surveys.

We have analysed the results and produced a summary report and two detailed reports. To download any of these reports, please use the links below.

 

The official Shepton Beauchamp Parish Plan was published in April 2005 and lauched at a whole-village event. The plan has been well received by both the villagers and the supporting organisations alike. We are proud of our Parsih Plan and are excited about making things happen for Shepton Beauchamp.

You can download the PDF version of our Parish Plan below.

 

However, this is only the beginning...

To find out what is happening next and why your help is
essential to the success of our Parish Plan, follow the link below:

Next steps: Action Groups


The Parish Plan Reports

Whether you live in Shepton Beauchamp or the local area,
or you are just keen to find out what we are doing to help our community develop,
please feel free to download any of the following documents:

download the Shepton Beauchamp Parish Plan [4.3Mb PDF document]
pdf documentThe Shepton Beauchamp Parish Plan

Please note that this is a 4.3Mb file, so if you are on a slow connection,
you could order a free copy via email

pdf document Parish Plan Summary report (495 kb PDF)

A 16-page A5 booklet highlighting the findings of the questionnaire
with charts and comments made by participants

pdf document Parish Plan Questionnaire Part 1: Household questions (43kb PDF)

A 3-page A4 text-only report with results from the
questions answered by each household presented as totals and percentages

pdf document Parish Plan Questionnaire Part 2: Individual questions (119kb PDF)

A 23-page A4 text-only report with results from the questions answered individually
presented as totals and percentages


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We would like to thank the following organisations for their support and encouragement:

South Somerset District Council -- The Countryside Agency --- Community Council for Somerset