Nine out of ten respondents agree with the proposed approach to health and wellbeing (92%). In fact, a majority, 52%, ‘strongly agree’ (503 respondents) and a further 40% ‘agree’ (386 respondents).
Just 2.4% of respondents disagree with the proposed approach to health and wellbeing, which is amongst the lowest levels seen in the thematic guidance.
The 2.4% of respondents who disagree with the proposed approach to health and wellbeing were asked which elements they disagree with, ‘Consider opportunities to install public showers and changing facilities near the beaches and other well-used areas’ was the main element selected (50%).
The main concerns are that the facilities are unnecessary, could be costly to install and are open to vandalism.