Weston Turville Parish Council
Community Led Plan
The information contained in the Weston Turville Community Led Plan has been obtained by the Weston Turville Community Led Plan Committee, but has not undergone any verification process by Weston Turville Parish Council.
Weston Turville Parish Council therefore accepts no liability for reliance placed by visitors to the said web page on any of the information contained therein or other contents thereof, or for reliance placed by persons (individual or corporate) or organisations on copies, in whole or in part, in any format or medium, of the said web page.
Community Led Plan
The Parish Council two years ago requested the local community to form a group, to ensure the wishes of the parish are formulated and presented with the general acceptance of as many residents as possible. A steering group was thus formed in the summer of 2010, under the chairmanship of Jim Paterson.
It is an independent group which gathers the views and requirements of residents, to ensure Weston Turville remains a vibrant community, and one of the most attractive and desirable villages in which to live.
On Saturday 25th of September 2010 an Open Day was held in the Village Hall, which was the first step in the process of developing a plan for the future of the parish. During the day, visiting residents wrote down their ideas, and from these the Steering Group prepared a questionnaire, which in 2011 was delivered by hand to every household in Weston Turville. This enabled residents to have their say about how Weston Turville should develop over the next few years. The replies to the questionnaire have formed the main basis for a community plan for Weston Turville, which should have a bearing on decisions made by Weston Turville Parish Council, Aylesbury Vale District Council and Buckinghamshire County Council. The Plan, it is hoped, reflects the views of all sections of the community.
We hope you enjoy reading the Plan, and if willing and able, to engage in one or two of the activities outlined in the Plan, or bring to our attention anything you think we have not covered. Feedback is invited via email to Jim Paterson .