No doubt residents will have seen that the HCC highways’ contractors, Ringway, have now distributed top soil with grass seed over the verges along Chalfont Lane. Judging from the number of enquiries we’ve received on this, it has clearly been an important issue to...
We’ve been in regular contact with HCC’s subcontractor Ringway with regard to making good the verges in Chalfont Lane. Once Ringway have sourced the top soil (which was delayed due to the very wet weather), they will remove the debris and add top soil to the...
The CRA are working with Chorleywood Parish Council (CPC), to improve the look of the flower beds in Main Parade, as well as the area near the zebra crossing. We are waiting to meet with Herts CC, in order to find out what they require from us in order to proceed. ...
Residents will no doubt have noticed the resurfacing of the pavement and driveways along Chalfont Lane. Sadly during this process parts of the verges have been decimated. The CRA have been in contact with the contractors, Ringway, who have said they will remove the...
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...
Many residents are upset to see damaged verges, unswept pavements or roads, pothole, flooding, and dog fouling or bags left for the poo fairy to collect. We feel the same way! TRDC are very responsive with issues for which they are responsible, often fixing them with...
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