A new survey aiming to establish how the town’s parking affects people’s use of Diss town centre has launched as the £3 million Heritage Triangle regeneration continues to progress.
Organised by the Heritage Triangle project using funds obtained through the Portas Towns scheme, the survey intends to determine whether the improvements to Market Hill, Market Place and St Nicholas Street will impact the use of parking provisions by shoppers.
Results from the survey, which will be conducted with a combination of questionnaires and interviews, is also looking to identify whether changes to parking might encourage greater use of the town centre.
Sheila Moss King, programme manager for the Diss Heritage Triangle and Diss Corn Hall Project, said she hoped as many people as possible would have their say on the issue over the next few weeks.
To participate in the survey, please follow the links from the Diss Heritage Triangle website, which is at www.heritagetriangle.co.uk - or see www.surveymonkey.com/s/dissparking2015
Everybody completing the survey will be able to enter a prize draw, to win one of two £25 vouchers to be spent in the Heritage Triangle.