01:10AM, Wednesday 11 January 2012
More than 2,000 people are being asked for their views about the Royal Borough and its services – and where they think improvements are needed.
The annual residents’ survey is now underway and those who receive the postal questionnaire can have their say about services as wide ranging as waste and recycling collections, libraries, highway maintenance, traffic management and education.
Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead council leader David Burbage urged everyone who has received a questionnaire to take part.
"It is absolutely essential for the council to get first hand views from the people who use our services so we can ensure we are getting things right."
The survey is conducted on the council’s behalf by independent market research company BMG.
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