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What you told us in 2004

In March 2004 the draft 'Rother Community Plan' was distributed to 41,089 households in the Rother area. Unlike for the community consultation there were no set questions for residents to reply to but a more general request for feedback on the proposed priority action areas.

The table below shows all the issues that were raised by ten percent, or more, of the respondents who made comments on the draft community plan.

Key Issues

Percentage of

1. Concerns over bus services, including the need for smaller, more frequent buses.


2. Concerns over the perceived neglect of elderly residents needs.


3. Concerns over how some of the aims of the priority action areas are worded.


4. Concerns about speeding cars.


5. Inappropriate parking.


6. Lack of visible police presence.


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