Have your say about your new community…
Thakeham are in the process of building a new primary school, village shop, café and meeting spaces at Woodgate. There is potential to offer much more, and this is where we are seeking your views to fully understand what services can be provided to make Woodgate a more sustainable and thriving community to live and work in.
We would love to hear you thoughts and appreciate you taking the time to fill out our short survey..
This survey is only the first step in the process. We need to hear your views on what might be provided and what would receive your support. Please be as honest and realistic as possible in your answers. Your response will be treated in confidence. It is entirely anonymous, unless you wish to add your name at the end.
Join us for a Q&A
All Woodgate residents, along with local residents and anyone with an interest in Woodgate’s community development plans, are invited to an online presentation and question and answer session with representatives from Thakeham and Plunkett on the evening of Thursday 4th February at 6pm and morning of Friday 5th February at 11am.
The event will be hosted on Woodgate's Instagram: @woodgatepeasepottage
Working with the Plunkett Foundation
Thakeham is proud to be working alongside the Plunkett Foundation. Plunkett is a national charity that specialises in the creation of community businesses as a way of running essential services in a locality. Community businesses are businesses that are owned and run by the local community. Find out more about the Plunkett Foundation and work they do below.
Creating a community at Woodgate
The new community hub and shop will be located at Woodgate’s Village centre.
With Thakeham building a new primary school, a village shop, café and meeting spaces it will mean that Woodgate is not just a new community, but a unique one.
Rob Boughton, CEO of the Thakeham Group said:
Community is often talked about, but ultimately it’s about interaction and opportunity. In Woodgate the Village Green and Community Hub are shared spaces, and they are central – in more ways than one