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Chorleywood Community Plan has been Launched - Your Chance to Have Your Say

posted 18 Nov 2014, 03:14 by Debbie Rosario
The Chorleywood Community Plan has been launched giving residents a unique opportunity to have their say on the future of Chorleywood. This is your chance to say what you like and dislike about Chorleywood, what changes you would like to see or perhaps you like things just the way they are and want to see things protected for the future. 

Over the past year a Community-led group made up of local organisations has put together a series of questions ranging in topic from leisure facilities to library services to housing needs. This questionnaire will be available to every resident online from Monday 17th November 2014, with paper copies being hand delivered to residents’ doors during that week. Every household within the Parish of Chorleywood will receive a copy of the questionnaire and the results of the questionnaire will be used to draw up a Community Plan that will be used to influence future decision-making.

The results of the questionnaire will be analysed early in 2015 and form the basis of a Community Plan for Chorleywood, outlining aspects of living in Chorleywood which are important and need protecting, and areas of improvement residents would like the Parish Council to promote.

All residents are encouraged to complete the short questionnaire, and responses are completely anonymous. The closing date for responses is Monday 15th December 2014.

If at all possible, please complete the Community Plan questionnaire online at the following link: www.surveymonkey.com/s/Chorleywoodsurvey. However, if you are unable to complete the questionnaire online, then please complete the paper questionnaire and take it to any of the following locations:
  • Chorleywood Parish Council Offices
  • John Roberts Estate Agents
  • Little Beans & Co
  • Morgan’s Deli
  • Rootz Café

More information on the Community Plan can be found at www.chorleywood-pc.gov.uk or mycommunityrights.org.uk/neighbourhood-planning. Alternatively, call the Parish office on 01923 285594

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