24.01.2022 2 min read

Temple is delighted to announce that Surrey County Council has appointed us to undertake a major piece of research to gather further insights into the views of residents and businesses on the Surrey Local Transport Plan for 2022 to 2032 (LTP4).

Over the next three months the Temple team will be seeking views across the county in the following ways:

  • An online, Surrey-wide survey of a representative sample of residents
  • 22 days of market stall events at different locations across the county
  • 6 engagement events to be held at Further Education colleges
  • 30 neighbourhood discussions using a specially designed activity pack to be completed in small groups
  • A telephone interview programme aimed at relevant stakeholders and businesses, with a particular focus on smaller businesses
  • A postal survey to be distributed at some of the market stall events

“The County Council has committed Surrey to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. Achieving net-zero demands a step change in the way we plan, deliver and maintain transport. LTP4 sets out our ambitious plans for delivering this change. We are keen to ensure that as wide a range as possible of Surrey’s residents, businesses, and communities tell us what they think. The research being led by Temple is crucial to this. 

Katie Stewart, Executive Director of Environment, Transport, and Infrastructure, Surrey County Council

“We are really looking forward to working with Surrey County Council on this project. We have devised an original and innovative methodological approach deploying a range of survey techniques which will enable us to get under the skin of how people in Surrey really feel about the Local Transport Plan.”

Mark Teasdale, Senior Director, Temple

Key Contacts

Kris Beuret Associate Director - Engagement