Northstowe Community Focus Group

Hello and welcome,

If you have received this link then you are known to be a key community connector within the Northstowe community. Before COVID-19 we had originally planned a regular set of focus group sessions about a variety of different aspects of Northstowe.  This first session relates to the Phase 1 Community Centre, Sports Pavilion and pitches on the Western Park.

Please note that when we are talking about the Phase 1 community centre this is the permanent building that will replace the temporary “Community Wing” facilities at the Pathfinder Primary school. 

Depending upon when lockdown is over we may hold future workshops in person, or on-line.

As always if you have any questions please contact us via the details below.

Thank you for your time,

Jon London

Northstowe Phase 1 community facilities online engagement session

An introduction from Liz Davy - Development Officer in the Sustainable Communities Team

If you are having issues playing the video, you can read through the script created for the video blog, alternatively you can view the video in YouTube.

Kay and Rachel from Strategic Leisure

If you are having issues playing the video, you can read through the script created for the video blog, alternatively you can view the video in YouTube.

Map of the Western Park

Plan of Western Park

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There is no exact location yet decided for the Phase 1 Community Building.  It will occupy a part of the grassed area near the green, bounded by Stirling Road, Links Lane & Pathfinder way.

Specifications

Feedback

We would like your feedback on the uses and type of management arrangements you would like to see for the new sports pitches (natural and synthetic turf), the pavilion and the community centre that will be built as part of the Northstowe Phase 1 development.

Please complete the following questionnaires prepared by Rachel and Kay:

If you have any questions or just want to leave a comment, please get in touch using the online facility below. 

Thank you for taking the time to look at the information and provide us with your comments.

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