Norbury Park Vision Public Engagement

Closed 29 Nov 2021

Opened 19 Oct 2021


Thank you for taking the time to complete this questionnaire for the Norbury Park Vision public engagement.


Norbury Park is a key site in the Surrey County Council’s (SCC) owned and managed Countryside Estate. Norbury Park has been in the ownership of SCC since the early 1930s and was purchased by the Council to protect the land from being broken up for housing development. Sitting within the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), the site covers 530 hectares (1310 acres) and is a much-valued resource for recreation, farming, woodland and nature.

The Engagement exercise

The vision for Norbury Park is to provide for both nature and enjoyment through a balance of rich natural habitats and facilities to support community use. The land, buildings and activities within it will offer enhanced opportunities for the enjoyment by the local community as well as maximising the provision of habitats for nature and managing the effects of climate change.

This consultation is seeking the views of local residents and users of Norbury Park on the emerging vision for Norbury Park. The questions are in two sections – About specific elements of the vision which we would like your input to shape and develop; and questions about you.

The emerging Norbury Park Vision is set out in the attachment below or can be found by clicking herePlease read through this before completing the survey.

Your feedback will be used to inform the direction and develop our plans for Norbury Park and is greatly appreciated.

Easy read, Screen reader accessible and large print copies of the survey can be found attached at the bottom of this page. If you would like the survey in a different language or alternative format please contact the Surrey County Council Contact Centre. Due to a delay in sharing an Easy Read version of this survey we would welcome responses to this format up to Sunday 12th December to give people more time to reply.

Telephone: 03456 009 009
Textphone (via Text Relay): 18001 0300 200 1003
SMS: 07860 053 465



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