HAVE YOUR SAY!
The Government is encouraging all local communities to produce a Neighbourhood Plan
This will give us all the chance to have a say in Datchet's future development and growth but it needs village-wide participation and support
WHAT'S IMPORTANT TO YOU?
Which are Datchet’s most important green spaces? Our most treasured buildings and monuments?
What type of new play areas do we need? Which grass verges need improving? What sort of property do downsizers look for?
Please tell us this and more in the latest DNP survey
LOCAL GREEN SPACES
Neighbourhood Plans can identify green areas of particular importance to local communities. Read more here
How should key routes for pedestrians and cyclists be improved? Read the results of our survey here
PLANNING FOR CLIMATE CHANGE
We asked you how new development should adapt to the challenges of climate change. This is what you told us.
JOIN A FOCUS GROUP AND TELL US WHAT YOU THINK
We are interested to hear what residents think about several issues affecting Datchet. If you live in the village and would you be willing to spare some time to join a focus group to share your thoughts and ideas with the Neighbourhood Plan team, either on Zoom or by email, please use the 'contact us' button at the top of this page and leave your email address so we can get in touch. We will not use this for any other purpose.
DATCHET DESIGN GUIDE
The Datchet Design Guide is intended to help home owners, developers and planners
maintain and improve Datchet in ways which are in keeping with our village. Click here for more details.
WHAT'S ON YOUR WISH LIST FOR DATCHET?
If more public open space became available, how should that space be used, and why? Read the results of our recent survey
HOW POLLUTED IS DATCHET'S AIR?
On Clean Air Day 2019, we asked what would make it easier for you to walk or cycle? Read the results here.
We've been monitoring the air quality at four sites in the village. Click here for details
NO NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN doesn't mean NO DEVELOPMENT, it means NO CONTROL
Image of Datchet, above, taken from the church steeple by Adrian Giddins