Dorney Parish Council
Neighbourhood Plan Questionnaire: Keep Dorney Special
Deadline for completion of the questionnaire is now 16th June!
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We are sure you appreciate the history and the distinctive nature of the Dorney Parish. In order to preserve the unique character of the parish your Dorney Parish Council (DPC) is sending out a questionnaire in April to all parishioners to obtain your views on the future requirements for the Parish.
This questionnaire is the opportunity for all parishioners to consider the important issues that need to be addressed by DPC. Therefore, we need your views. Over the next two months we will invite different areas of the parish to attend meeting groups to discuss their requirements for the future prosperity of Dorney Parish.
In order to assist us we have produced a NP questionnaire for you to complete prior to the individual meetings. The questionnaire will be available to every adult parishioner at the web address below or by hard copy on request.
The questionnaire is available on the Dorney Parish website www.dorneyparishcouncil.gov.uk and on
If you require a hard copy then please email Parish Clerk at email@example.com or telephone her on 07769704010.
It is really important that you give us your feedback. Therefore in order to assist us, please let us know your concerns and requirements.
This questionnaire will provide the basis for DPC’s future planning within the Parish and therefore it is vital that you provide us with feedback via the questionnaire, so that you have an impact on the future of Dorney Parish.
The closing date for the Questionnaire is now 16th June 2023. Please ensure that we hear from you before then. Very many thanks
Welcome To Dorney
Dorney Parish is the southernmost parish of the county of Buckinghamshire. It consists of Dorney Village, Dorney Reach, Boveney and Lake End.
It is a beautiful, rural community alongside the Thames. To the south east, the cattle graze on Dorney Common. It has been described as “the first village west out of London”.
Dorney Parish consists of around 300 residential properties and a population of around 700.
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