Admiralty House redevelopment survey closing
Residents were reminded that the first phase of a community engagement process for the redevelopment of Admiralty House will close today.
The historic property was once held by the Royal Navy and home to British admirals and staff, but fell into disrepair.
Age Concern Bermuda was granted a conditional offer to develop Admiralty House in a public-private partnership with the Ministry of Public Works.
An online survey where the public can provide input on redevelopment plans will close at the end of the day on December 8, the charity said.
Tanya Bule, chairwoman of Age Concern Bermuda, said: “As I have stated previously, it is our intent to gather as many responses from members of the community as possible to ensure the community engagement process for this project is all-inclusive, and allows all members of the community to provide their opinions, suggestions and views on the future use of the property.
“The online survey that has been open to all residents since early November will close on Friday, and we encourage those residents that have not participated to do so before then.”
She added that the survey takes about 12 minutes to complete and can be found at www.narrativeresearchsurveys.ca/S2/87/1065980/.
Ms Bule said: “We do ask that residents who wish to access the survey, or share with other persons, to use the full link above, as this includes the information required to direct the respondents to the correct survey.
“This means that they cannot use the link from the address bar of their browser after opening the survey itself.
“The survey is being administered by Narrative Research, and they can also be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.”
She added: “We have had an extremely positive response to the online survey thus far, but, as mentioned, we want to get as many viewpoints and suggestions from the community as possible.”