Three Rivers Climate Change Strategy - Consultation

To complete the survey, click the following link:   TRDC Climate Change Strategy SURVEY

In 2019, Three Rivers District Council declared a Climate Emergency and committed to achieving carbon neutrality by 2030 for its own emissions and assisting the District to achieve zero carbon in line with the Government target by 2050. Three Rivers District Council has drafted a Climate Change Strategy, committing to a step change in how we tackle climate change and sustainability 


The Council wishes to ensure that the general public, voluntary and business stakeholders have a say in the content of this Three Rivers Climate Change Strategy, and would be grateful if you would take part in a survey. The results will be reported back,  for final recommendation for adoption, to the Policy and Resources Committee.

To complete the survey, click the link: TRDC Climate Change Strategy SURVEY
If you wish to read the draft TRDC Climate Strategy 2020, please click the link: trdc-climate-change-strategy-document-draft-v10.docx (docx)

The survey will close at midday on  Monday 30th November 2020

Parking Consultations and Surveys

You can view details of all open parking consultations and surveys on our Parking Consultations page.

 Parks and Open Spaces surveys 

Feedback helps to ensure that the Council works towards providing the quality and facilities expected by visitors.

Click on the relevant link to complete the parks and open spaces surveys on-line or if you would like a printed copy and return envelope, please call the Council on: 01923 776611. 

Surveys include: Leavesden Country ParkAquadromeChorleywood House Estate and Oxhey Woods

Consultations privacy notice

Information the Council collects: The vast majority of consultations are completely anonymous and do not ask for any sensitive personal data (e.g. name, contact details). Under the Data Protection Act and the Generation Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Three Rivers District Council will only collect personal data through consultations if there is a good reason for it and we will always ask for your consent to provide this information.

There are many reasons why we might ask for you to provide personal information. In most cases, this will be because your personal data will help us to analyse the responses to the consultation, which we will use to improve services.

Where we do ask for personal data, the reason will always be clearly specified. We will not use any information to identify or contact you unless this is clearly specified. In the majority of cases you will be able to opt-out of sharing your personal information.

Sharing information

The Council will not share or sell any details you provide with third parties. However, your data may be shared with:

  • other service areas within Three Rivers District Council where this information will help with developing and improving services
  • organisations who are contracted to carry out a service on behalf of Three Rivers District Council.

Storing data

The Council will only retain your personal information for as long as necessary. The maximum time we will hold your personal information for is 5 years. This means that after 5 years, all personal information we hold will be permanently destroyed.If you wish to revoke your consent for any personal information you have provided in a consultation, please email, advising on which consultation you answered and the approximate date of your response. For further information contact: Three Rivers District Council, Northway, WD3 1RL.

The Information Commissioner is the UK's independent body responsible for ensuring compliance with the Data Protection Act. If you would like to know more about your rights under the Data Protection law, and what you should expect from us, visit the Information Commissioner’s website. If you have any concerns regarding the Council’s privacy practices or about exercising your Data Protection rights, you may contact the Information Commissioner’s Office:  

  • Email - (please include your telephone number)
  • Telephone - 0303 123 1113 (local rate) or 01625 545 745 (if you prefer to use a national rate number)
  • Fax - 01625 545 510
  • Writing to - The Information Commissioner, Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 5AF.