As a Permaculture teacher and designer I know this first stage, these first observational steps should never be missed , or the end design for your property you will never be happy with.
The questionnaire is self explanatory and a little bit of thinking will help you underrated why we ask these questions of all household members.
The occupations / skills is important from the aspect who can help with the physical work of the transformation or have added knowledge for input into the designing process.
Your wants and Needs is obvious. However, dislikes will also include views you do not want to see. After all who wants to see the canning factory off in the distance and I am sure there will be others you can think of including blocking out nosy neighbours.
Currently you are designing for the position and design of your gardens OR the redesign of the block. In the future you may have intentions of obtaining a living from your piece of land this needs to be considered now and an area ear marked for those activities, realising that the best laid plans of men are always up for review.
Addresses of like minded people ? You may need locals to call on for advice or for their local knowledge. Or having people you know near by makes you feel not so isolated.
Gather your MAPS
Collecting information is part of the whole site analysis and you need to do a whole site analysis to get the whole picture for your block.
This analysis involves
On-Site analysis : collecting samples, recording observations and experiences and taking measurements on site.
Off-Site analysis: this requires collecting information from Government departments and other sources, some of which you will be required to pay for.