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A new vision for East Kilbride
East Kilbride Masterplan
Consultation Questions

Savills Entry System

    General


    The Equality Act 2010 defines a person as disabled if they have a physical or mental impairment, which is substantial and long term (i.e., has lasted or is expected to last at least 12 months) and has an adverse effect on the person’s ability to carry out normal day to day activities.

    Physical impairmentSensory impairmentMental health conditionLearning disability or cognitive impairmentLongstanding illness or health conditionOther (please specify below)HearingMobility difficultiesMobility issues

    DailyAt least once a weekAt least once a fortnightAt least once a monthAt least once every 6 monthsAt least once a yearLess often than once a yearThis is my first visit

    WalkCarMotorcycle/ScooterBusTrainCycleTaxi

    Masterplan

    Addressing the number of vacant units

    Create new streets and public spaces

    Availability of housing

    Ability to walk and cycle to/from the town centre

    Addressing traffic and air quality

    Having more leisure opportunities

    Economic growth and increasing jobs

    Addressing the climate emergency

    Other – please specify

    YesNoDon’t know

    RetailcafeGymNurseryCinemaLeisureMeeting roomsBar/RestaurantHealth FacilitiesCouncil FacilitiesBankingPost Office and Locker SpacesMaker and Creative SpacesLibrary

    Any others?

    RetailcafeGymNurseryCinemaLeisureMeeting roomsBar/RestaurantHealth FacilitiesCouncil FacilitiesBankingPost Office and Locker SpacesMaker and Creative SpacesLibrary

    Any others?

    YesNo

    YesNoDon't Know

    YesNoDon't Know

    YesNoDon't Know

    YesNoDon't Know

    Any others?

    Safe and secure – tick which applies

    YesNo