Residents are invited to give their views on a new four-year strategy for West Berkshire Council.
A short survey has been launched today, 11 February 2019, and takes only a few minutes to complete.
The Council Strategy explains what we plan to prioritise and improve over a four year period. It also sets out how we aim to achieve these improvements, while continuing to deliver the services that our residents expect us to provide such as emptying the bins, fixing potholes, safeguarding vulnerable children, and providing care for older people.
The Strategy is produced every four years to align with the electoral cycle, and refreshed every other year. The current Strategy was adopted in 2015, so a new one is needed to cover the period 2019-2023.
Graham Jones, Leader of West Berkshire Council said: “It is only by listening to our residents and taking their views on board that we are able to develop an effective Strategy which is focussed on the correct priorities. There is a short survey that we need local people to complete so that we can finalise the Strategy.”
Take part in the survey at www.westberks.gov.uk/draftcouncilstrategy by midnight on 24 March 2019.