A survey asking for residents’ views about how to make their neighbourhoods healthier and more attractive is running until 31 December.
The council’s community development team has been working with health and community partners to create Stronger, Healthier and more Attractive Neighbourhoods (SHAN).
They have already completed plans for Chalvey, Colnbrook, Britwell and Baylis and Stoke, with actions being put in place.
Now, they have launched a survey to hear from residents in the following areas:
- Cippenham Green
- Cippenham Meadows
- Langley Kedermister
- Langley St Mary’s
Councillor Sabia Akram, lead member for leisure, culture and community empowerment, said: “The work in the other areas has really helped to see where there are gaps in services residents need and where we can use existing resources. We are working with partners to empower residents to do more for themselves in supporting their health and wellbeing needs.
“The results of the survey will help us to identify key issues and areas for opportunity and improvement around health and wellbeing in each community. Please complete the survey when you get a moment.”
The survey closes on 31 December and only takes five minutes to complete. Residents, organisations and businesses are all invited to complete it.