Many residents have told us of sewage smells in Chorleywood, especially in Quickley Lane, Capell Way, Hillside Road and Lower Road. Some people’s homes are seriously affected, and some have suffered for many weeks if not months. We know that Thames Water has...
Three Rivers District Council (TRDC) has issued its draft Tree Strategy for the District. This sets out the Council’s approach to a range of tree issues, with prioritised actions for 2022-2027. Herts County Council manage most of the trees on roadside verges...
Three Rivers District Council and Watford Borough Council are offering fully funded energy-saving home improvements worth up to £10,000 to qualifying residents. Under the scheme, qualifying households can also apply to have fully funded solar panels installed. (See...
Our bees are in trouble. Their numbers are tumbling. So are the flowers on which they feed. Without them to pollinate our crops our food supply is also threatened. If you do spot a swarm of bees (not wasps) then please call the bee keeper on Whitelands Avenue...
In Chorleywood, I think many of us would agree that our beautiful Common has been one of the saving grace’s of Covid. Our very own 200 acre Local Nature Reserve and Conservation Area with its rich biodiversity, expertly managed by Chorleywood Parish Council (CPC), is...
We were pleased to hear recently that TRDC has approved a motion to plant one native British stock tree for every tree removed by TRDC in the District due to poor health or planning needs, great news! Meanwhile, the trees in our verges are owned by HCC. We know...
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