These visions and the supporting action plan are the culmination of extensive engagement across the Marsh. The CC2150 team has distributed project material to around 800 people, 500 of whom gave direct feedback resulting in approximately 1000 comments. In addition, there have been over 3000 hits on the Kent CC2150 online hub with more than 1000 of these on the Romney Marsh pages.
Using the information gathered throughout the engagement activities, the CC2150 team hosted two half-day workshops on Romney Marsh. The first supported the visioning element of the project while the second helped sketch out a draft action plan related to the visions. These workshops integrated all the feedback and data collected by the CC2150 project team over the last 2.5 years. These visions and supporting action plan are the final project products developed by local community members for Romney Marsh.
More information and action plans for the Isle of Sheppey and Margate and Cliftonville can be found at www.kentcc2150.org.uk