Wray Crescent Park User Survey 2021
We ran our first Wray Crescent Park user survey in 2020.
When we did, we had hoped to feed the data to Islington Council in an attempt to show the depth of different things local people needed from our park. Even then, however, we had no idea how deeply the pandemic would change everything.
We wanted to build on the previous survey with a new one. This time we’ve attempted to make some of the questions a little less open-ended in an attempt to get the best information we can.
Please tell us about how you use the park, how you’d like to use it, and how satisfied you are with existing proposals for its future.
How often do you visit Wray Crescent Park?
We all use the park different ways, please tell us how you use the space.
How do you use Wray Crescent Park?
What is the main way you make use of the park?
What kind of non-sporting activities would you like to see in Wray Crescent Park?
We're trying to figure out what you need
What kind of sports activities would you like to see in Wray Crescent Park?
There's lots of things you can do in outside space. What would you like to see?
What kind of facilities would you like to see in Wray Crescent Park?
Pick the things you want most
Do you have access to your own private outside space
Many of us don't
Do you live near Wray Crescent
Has the way you use the park changed during the pandemic?
Are you aware that the council has been consulting over a half-million-pound plan for the park?
The council's plan sees investment in a new cricket pavilion other people can use when cricket is not played.
If you are aware of these plans do you feel they prioritise cricket above any other activity?
Some critics of the plan think it prioritises one activity above all others
Do you feel that you have been given adequate time to examine these plans?
The council wants feedback on its plans by July 16
How should funding be allocated in the park
On a scale of 1-10 in which all ten stars means all funding should go to cricket and one star means support should go to uses other than cricket, how should funding in the park be allocated
Do you feel that Islington Council has done a good job consulting with the community to assess local need to inform this project?
Do you feel like the council is listening to you?
What do you love most about Wray Crescent Park?
Parks mean different things to different people.
What does Wray Crescent Park mean to you?
Please tell us what you think