Housing needs survey: Naseby parish

Closed 9 Aug 2021

Opened 12 Jul 2021


West Northamptonshire Council is conducting a housing needs survey in Naseby parish.

We are carrying out an important study of the housing needs and requirements of all residents who have a close connection to Naseby parish through current or past residency, work or close family.

What is a housing needs survey?

Housing needs surveys are completed to help identify current and future housing need at a local level.

The information collected from the surveys helps the council to understand and work towards improving the housing supply to meet these needs, and looks at whether the area needs market housing, affordable housing, or both. 

Why is this survey focused on Naseby parish?

Naseby parish is a rural area situated within West Northamptonshire. It is approximately 13 miles north from Northampton, and 15 miles northeast from Daventry. The parish includes the village of Naseby.

West Northamptonshire Council completes a rolling review of surveys of different parish areas prioritised broadly on the population and the last time a survey was completed. Naseby's last survey was completed in 2013 and requires updating as the last survey is out of date.

Who can take part in this survey?

This housing needs survey is open to individuals who have a close local connection to Naseby parish, either through:

  • Currently living in the parish,
  • Currently working in the parish,
  • Having close / immediate family living in the parish, or
  • Having previously lived in the parish

What happens next

The results to this survey will be collected and analysed in a report which will be made available to view online.


  • Engagement activities
  • Housing