A community who made it very clear they didn’t want development on green belt land are being encouraged to have their say on future development.

Kings Langley Parish Council are calling on people living in the village to get involved in the questionnaire which will look to gather evidence on key issues affecting the parish.

It is also an opportunity to find out what people think is appropriate and what they would support when it comes to housing and development.

In November 2017, Kings Langley Parish Council welcomed 800 residents to Kings Langley School to learn of the new site proposals from Dacorum Borough Council.

The parish council said 99 per cent of people who responded in a village poll a month after the meeting were against the loss of green belt land.

Now parish councillor John Morrish says it is time for the people of Kings Langley to get involved in the debate again. Answers will help shape a future parish plan and the questionnaire has bene divided towards three groups – people aged between 16 and 18, anyone living in the town over the age of 18 and businesses based in Kings Langley.

People will be asked whether they believe Kings Langley should remain as a village, the types of people who should be prioritised for housing, which type of land in the village is suitable, and which landmarks in Kings Langley are of most importance, which help define the character of the village.

Questionnaires are being delivered to every home but can also be completed online.

Visit https://klpp.co.uk/local-survey/

Cllr Morrish said: “Ten minutes of everyone’s time will help shape the future of Kings Langley to 2036. Go online to have your say or send in a completed questionnaire. Our aim is to have a final report ready by the end of May 2019.”