Fareham Borough Council is asking people what's important to them when choosing where to park in the town centre in a consultation running until Monday 21 November.
The consultation is part of a number of pieces of research that will help inform a draft vision that will aim to meet the needs of Fareham's modern community by encouraging a range of shops and facilities, ensuring we continue to provide the right level of parking, as well as considering future housing needs.
To determine what future parking provision there should be in the town centre, we need to understand what car parks people use and don't use and the reasons behind their choices. This builds on the survey work we undertook earlier in the year to understand the current level of use for parking across the town centre.
Executive Member for Planning and Regulation, Cllr Keith Evans said: "We want to hear from people who have parked in the town centre to learn about their experiences. Understanding what drives your parking choices, will allow us to ensure that parking needs continue to be met as part of our vision for the future of the town centre."
The online survey will be running until Monday 21 November at www.fareham.gov.uk/consultations. Council Officers will also be present in the town centre at certain times during this period, asking people where they like to park and why. You can also pick up a paper copy of the survey from the Council's Civic Offices.
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