How do you use open space around the Cranbourne Town Centre?

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This survey had now closed.

We asked to hear from people who live, work or visit Cranbourne Town Centre and surrounds.

We asked for your ideas to improve the public open spaces in Cranbourne, as well as any issues that limit your use or enjoyment of these spaces.

Your feedback will be used to guide how Council provides, designs and manages public open space in these areas in the future to meet the needs of our growing community.

What you told us

A total of 139 responses were received. Not all respondents completed all questions, however more than 90 per cent completed the first question regarding what people value about open space. Some key overall outcomes from the survey include:

  • Cranbourne Park Shopping Centre was nominated as the most frequently visited open space. Reasons for this included the presence of security and sense of safety. This reflects poorly on the quality and sense of safety in the existing public open space system that people nominated the privately owned and run shopping centre as the preferred over the public open space system that is owned and managed by Council.
  • The Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne was identified as the second most visited open space, followed by Casey Fields.
  • Clydesdale Square was the most visited open space within the Cranbourne Town Centre study area, and also received many suggested improvements and comments about why people don't visit it.
  • A high proportion of 24 to 39 year olds completed the survey compared with the census data. There was a under representation of people from the 60+ age range and lone person households.
  • Being outdoors in the fresh air, followed by the trees and the open space being a
    place for children to play were the top three values of open space.

Questions?

If you have any questions, submit them below and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.


This survey had now closed.

We asked to hear from people who live, work or visit Cranbourne Town Centre and surrounds.

We asked for your ideas to improve the public open spaces in Cranbourne, as well as any issues that limit your use or enjoyment of these spaces.

Your feedback will be used to guide how Council provides, designs and manages public open space in these areas in the future to meet the needs of our growing community.

What you told us

A total of 139 responses were received. Not all respondents completed all questions, however more than 90 per cent completed the first question regarding what people value about open space. Some key overall outcomes from the survey include:

  • Cranbourne Park Shopping Centre was nominated as the most frequently visited open space. Reasons for this included the presence of security and sense of safety. This reflects poorly on the quality and sense of safety in the existing public open space system that people nominated the privately owned and run shopping centre as the preferred over the public open space system that is owned and managed by Council.
  • The Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne was identified as the second most visited open space, followed by Casey Fields.
  • Clydesdale Square was the most visited open space within the Cranbourne Town Centre study area, and also received many suggested improvements and comments about why people don't visit it.
  • A high proportion of 24 to 39 year olds completed the survey compared with the census data. There was a under representation of people from the 60+ age range and lone person households.
  • Being outdoors in the fresh air, followed by the trees and the open space being a
    place for children to play were the top three values of open space.

Questions?

If you have any questions, submit them below and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.


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