Residents from Burntisland have responded in their hundreds to the recent community views survey, carried out by the Burntisland Community Futures Steering Group.
The survey is part of the consultation to prepare a five-year Community Action Plan for the area, and to consider future management and use of the Common Good Assets.
Volunteers from the Steering Group carried out a comprehensive household survey, delivering and collecting survey forms to a sample of one third of the homes in Burntisland.
Their hard work paid off with over 500 responses being returned from the 900 houses surveyed, plus the on-line survey.
Gordon Langlands, secretary of Burntisland Community Council, said: “We are absolutely delighted that the residents of Burntisland have responded so well to the survey.
“It is vitally important that the five-year Community Action Plan is built on community views and, with this great response, we certainly have got good feedback. There have also been interviews and meetings with many local groups to get their input.”
The results of the survey and other consultation will be presented at a community event at Burntisland Primary School on Saturday, September 26. Everyone in the community is invited to drop in at anytime, from 11am-3pm to see the results and to vote for the projects to be prioritised in the Action Plan.