Consultation and engagement

Why we consult

Everyone who lives, visits or works in Slough can help to improve the services they receive and influence the decisions made by the council.

The council is committed to putting time and energy into listening to, and working with, residents and other stakeholders, through consulting and involving people in Slough when reviewing and implementing services that best meet the needs of the different communities we serve.

Have your say - current consultations

Chalvey Hub consultation

The council is consulting with residents on what they would like to see in a new community facility, called the Chalvey Hub. Residents are invited to come along to a series of sessions at Chalvey Community Centre to discuss the plans for the new building and talk about the type of services they would like to see there.

Detailed plans are currently being drawn up for the new hub which will retain a nursery and library services, but it could also include meeting rooms, adult education facilities, space for community groups, function space for hire, a community kitchen, IT facilities, a base for community services, a customer service point and self service payment machines.

The Chalvey Hub is being funded by The Department for Education (DfE) as part of its funding for a new school on the site. The current building will be knocked down and rebuilt closer to the main road. The council will ‘top up’ this funding to create a larger space than the existing building.

Sessions will take place on the following dates and times:

  • Wednesday 7 February 3pm to 8pm
  • Friday 9 February 9am to 4pm
  • Saturday 10 February 10am to 1pm

You can also complete the survey online.

The consultation closes on 19 February.

Over 60s adult social care survey

Slough residents aged over 60 are being encouraged to share their views on services provided to them as part of a public consultation. Slough Borough Council is currently reviewing the offer it provides to older people in the borough, including their day care centre services.

The questionnaire asks people about the social activities they undertake, their views on their social lives and companionship, as well as the level of support they require or would like to continue to live active, healthy lives.
The council is interested in hearing from all residents aged 60 years or over, and people who provide support for an older family member, friend or neighbour.

You can complete the survey online or pick up a paper questionnaire – available in local GP surgeries, the Curve, community centres and places of worship – and return it using the freepost address provided.
The closing date for feedback is Wednesday 28 February 2018.

Langley transport consultation

Consultation End date
Langley transport infrastructure improvements. Ongoing