Datchet, Horton and Wraysbury Survey

  • 1 Current Local Issues
  • 2 Get involved
  • 3 Your details
1.1. Which THREE of these local issues do you think should be prioritised by the Borough and it’s partners for Datchet, Horton and Wraysbury?
1.2. How satisfied are you with the services you receive from the Royal Borough?
Not very satisfied
Very Satisfied
1.4. To what extent do you agree that in recent years the Royal Borough has invested disproportionately in Maidenhead and needs to rectify this imbalance by investing in Windsor and rural wards.
1.5. To what extent do you consider that the Royal Borough should focus spending on supporting the most vulnerable residents, such as children in care, adults requiring social care, and our rough sleepers?
1.6. How much do you agree or disagree with the following statement – “ I would prefer RBWM to maintain a low council tax", with residents paying for the discretionary council services they choose to use".
1.7. The Royal Borough's Proposal for Weekly recycling (Blue) bin and Food Waste collections, together with Alternate Week waste (Black) bin collections, will meet your needs . (Note Communal/Flats remain weekly)
1.8. How important do you think it is for RBWM to respond to climate change, embrace innovative green polices/technology, and reduce its carbon footprint?
Not important
Very important
1.9. To what extent do you agree that, since there has been a new Leader of the Council, the Royal Borough listens and engages with residents more?
1.10. Datchet, Horton and Wraysbury has 2 Conservative Ward Coucillors. Cllr David Cannon and Cllr Gary Muir. How satisfied are you with the work of your Conservative Ward councillors?
No at all satisfied
Very satisfied
1.12. In order to make this survey representative, how did you vote in the 2019 Local Elections?
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