04 March 2016
Jersey’s Environment Minister is surveying selected households to find out what people think of the space in and outside of their homes.
The findings will be used to determine future policy on minimum standards for Island homes.
The survey targets people living in 30 different types of accommodation across the Island and requests their views on how much space they have.
It invites feedback on the space residents have for drying washing, for children to play and for visitors to park, as well as a number of other topics.
The questionnaire also asks for comments on the quality of the construction of homes both inside and out.
The closing date to take part in the survey is 14 March.