New Development Surveys 2006-2012
Polly Jackson
Cambridgeshire County Council Research Group
14th January 2014
New development survey
comparison report
7 reports published, one for each district
Asked about
 Where people moved fro...
Site type
 New town:
Dwelling stock
more than
doubled
 Substantial
extension:
dwelling stock
increased by
more than 20%
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Moves between tenures
Why do people move to
new developments?
“Push” factors
To move to a larger
or smaller home
Wanting to set up
own home
T...
How long do people intend to
stay at their current address?
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Where do people work?
Workday population change
Percentage change
Cambridge +35.3%
East Cambridgeshire -21.0%
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Best and worst things about
living on new developments
Quiet Attractive area Local facilities Close to shops Other
George ...
Questions and comments
Lessons for future surveys
 Is there any value in surveying in-fill sites?
 Questionnaire
What ...
Further details
Housing research on Cambridgeshire Insight:
http://www.cambridgeshireinsight.org.uk/ho
using/new-developm...
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New Development Surveys for the Cambridge housing sub-region, 2006-2012

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New development survey comparison report for the Cambridge housing sub-region.
• 7 reports published, one for each district
• Asked about
- Where people moved from
- Their current home and household structure
- Where they work and shop
- The best and worst things about where they live.
• Compared by district and by site type. Includes other comparators e.g. Census

For more housing research, check out Cambridgeshire Insight: http://www.cambridgeshireinsight.org.uk/housing/new-development-surveys

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  • Cambourne (2006) to Cambridge (2012)
  • Established site type by looking at the parish dwelling stock estimates for the 2 most recent Census years (2001 and 2011) and seeing how much change had occurred. E.g. Cambourne wasn’t a parish in 2001. In 2011 it was a parish of c. 3,000 homes. Red Lodge went from just over 700 to just under 1,800 in same period. About 1 in three homes in Ely has been built in the last ten years (largest substantial extension). St Ives (In-fill)=5%, Haverhill and BSE = 16% (Table 19).
  • 45% move within the same district60% move within the same county79% moved within the East of England
  • Most owner occupiers stay in the same tenure as do social tenants. Approximately half of the moves from the private rented sector are into owner occupation.Most recent English Housing Survey, most newly forming households move into the private rented sector.
  • EHS: (Median) Owner occupiers: 13 years, Soc. Rent: 8 years, Private rent: 2 years.
  • Fewer people over 60 on all new developments when compared to population as a whole, regardless of type.New towns = lots of children, especially for Cambourne where being in a catchment for a school with a good reputation but even at Red Lodge there are proportionately more under 16s than in Forest Heath as a whole (22% compared with 16%)
  • High proportion of managers and associate professional occupations. Type of properties sold? E.g. keyworkers in intermediate housing. OR certain types of people more likely to respond (by industry, lots of public sector respondents to new development surveys) OR type of housing/neighbourhood attracting different groups. e.g OAC – Cambourne=(mostly prospering suburbs whereas most of the rest of S Cambs is rural)
  • Cambridge: Around 68% live within 5km of where they work. St Eds – 27% of respondents employed in Cambridgeshire (mostly City and SCDC). Table shows workday population change or how much the population changes during the working day. There are 35% more people in Cambridge during the workday than live here – largest workday pop. Increase outside London. Other Cambridgeshire districts decrease in size during the day. People working in Cambridge and Peteborough.
  • Similar for “the big shop” – Cambridge and Peterborough are the top two, but by site location Fenland and Huntingdonshire new development residents tend to go to Peterborough and South/East Cambs residents go to Cambridge.
  • Car predominates everywhere except City. No cyclists in Red Lodge and lowest proportion of walkers (on opinions about the area “car dominated” did come up), but large proportion of car sharers.
  • Colour=district. Some of the items e.g. “Quiet” are not very useful, so in the report broken down by what people have to say about local facilities, connections to other areas, the house, the community.
  • New Development Surveys for the Cambridge housing sub-region, 2006-2012

    1. 1. New Development Surveys 2006-2012 Polly Jackson Cambridgeshire County Council Research Group 14th January 2014
    2. 2. New development survey comparison report 7 reports published, one for each district Asked about  Where people moved from  Their current home and household structure  Where they work and shop  The best and worst things about where they live. Compared by district and by site type. Includes other comparators e.g. Census
    3. 3. Site type  New town: Dwelling stock more than doubled  Substantial extension: dwelling stock increased by more than 20%  In-fill: dwelling stock increased by less than 20%
    4. 4. 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% 0 <2km <5km <10km <20km <30km <40km <60km Percentageofnewdevelopmenthouseholds Distance moved from previous home Where do people move from?
    5. 5. Moves between tenures
    6. 6. Why do people move to new developments? “Push” factors To move to a larger or smaller home Wanting to set up own home To move nearer to work/ new job “Pull” factors Like the design of the new home or development Price/ affordability compared to neighbouring areas Like the idea of living in a new development
    7. 7. How long do people intend to stay at their current address? 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Owner occupied Private rented Social rented Intermediate All Percentageofhouseholds Tenure Less than 6 months Between 6 months and a year Between 1 and 3 years Between 3 and 5 years Between 5 and 10 years More than 10 years Not sure
    8. 8. Population age structure by development type 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% New town Substantial In-fill All new developments Sub-Region (2011) Percentageofpopulation Development Type Under 16 17-29 30-44 45-59 60+
    9. 9. Occupation of new development residents and working population 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% Managers and senior officals Professional occupations Associate professional and technical occupations Administrative and secretarial occupations Skilled trades occupations Personal service occupations Sales and customer service occupations Process, plant and machine operatives Elementary occupations Percentageofpopulation Occupation New development residents Working population (2011) http://atlas.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/OAC/atlas.html
    10. 10. Where do people work? Workday population change Percentage change Cambridge +35.3% East Cambridgeshire -21.0% Fenland -9.1% Huntingdonshire -9.2% South Cambridgeshire -4.4% Forest Heath +3.0% St Edmundsbury +2.3% Peterborough +9.9% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% 0 <2km <5km <10km <20km <30km <40km <60km Newdevelopmentresidentsaged17+ Distance from home to work/study CCC ECDC FDC HDC SCDC FHDC SEBC Sub-Region Cambridge is a major centre of employment for most of the new development residents e.g. 28% of residents in Cambourne, 18% of residents in Forest Heath. Peterborough is a more important centre for households in the north of Huntingdonshire and Fenland
    11. 11. Non-food shopping 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 1,400 Numberofnewdevelopmenthouseholds Non-food shopping location Cambridge East Cambridgeshire Fenland Huntingdonshire South Cambridgeshire Forest Heath St Edmundsbury
    12. 12. How do you travel to work? 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% CCC ECDC FDC HDC SCDC FHDC SEBC Sub-Region Percentageofnewdevelopmentresidentsaged17+ District Car alone Car share Motorbike Walk Cycle Bus Train Park and Ride Work from home Other/Varies
    13. 13. Best and worst things about living on new developments Quiet Attractive area Local facilities Close to shops Other George Nuttall Close Ely North Hales Barn March Cromwell Road Littleport Ely West Hanchett End King's Ripton Headlands Soham Barford Road Hardwick Gate Cotton Lane NIAB Sutton Mill Lane Springfield Gate Co-op Farm Chatteris Pig Lane Red Lodge Villages Roman Way Whittlesey Cambourne Wisbech Bury Road Parking Traffic/busy roads/ speeding Lack of/ quality of shopping facilities Lack of facilities/services Other Cromwell Road Sutton NIAB March Cotton Lane George Nuttall Close Headlands Ely North Whittlesey Soham Barford Road Kings Ripton Road Ely West Co-op Farm Wisbech Hales Barn Pig Lane Littleport Cambourne Chatteris Hanchett End Roman Way Bury Road Mill Lane Hardwick Gate Red Lodge Villages Springfield Gate
    14. 14. Questions and comments Lessons for future surveys  Is there any value in surveying in-fill sites?  Questionnaire What to do with the data we have collected so far on this?
    15. 15. Further details Housing research on Cambridgeshire Insight: http://www.cambridgeshireinsight.org.uk/ho using/new-development-surveys  @CambsInsight

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