Apply for coronavirus Restart Grant by 30th June

Apply for coronavirus Restart Grant by 30th June

Three Rivers District Council (TRDC) have been given substantial funds by the Government to give grants to help businesses that have been impacted from the Covid lockdowns.  TRDC still have a considerable sum left, which they need to allocate before the end of June...
Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

GOV.UK Coronavirus HCC Coronavirus – Service Updates and Guidance for Residents and Businesses TRDC latest information on Coronavirus and council services TRDC Support for Residents during Covid-19 TRDC Request Support Form if you need support for food, essential...
National Census 2021

National Census 2021

The National Census Day is Sunday 21st March.   The Office for National Statistics (ONS) explain here the importance of the census and how everyone can be safely counted in the context of the coronavirus pandemic.   This will be a digital-first census, which means...

FREE Female personal safety classes in Three Rivers

This is a copy of a notice from a Neighbourhood Watch / OWL email notification. Signup for these at OWL – Online Watch Link – Neighbourhood Watch – Home As part of Herts Constabulary and partners’  continued work to highlight and prevent...

Friends of Chorleywood Common

The Friends exist to conserve and safeguard the Common and to promote interest in it. To enable the Friends to continue as an independent, formally constituted, organisation, new members are required for its Executive Committee to fill the roles of Chairman,...

Chorleywood Common – Dogs on Lead

Chorleywood Parish Council request that all dogs are kept on a short, 2m long lead during the period 1 March to 31 July inclusive in specific areas of the Common. This is to promote and protect breeding birds and other wildlife.  Chorleywood Common is a designated...

Lost and Found box

Harshik, the owner of A&E Newsagents has kindly agreed to store a Lost and Found box for Chorleywood. So, if you have found an item or sadly lost an item, please check in at A&E. Please be aware, that “precious” items will require evidential proof of...

Green Street East

Developers for the site east of Green Street have announced that they intend to submit new applications to develop housing on the site. Two alternative applications will be submitted: An application for up to 300 homes in the lower part of the site, or An application...

Licence Applications

An issue around applications for alcohol and music licences has recently come to light. When consulting on Licence applications, TRDC do not advise neighbouring properties about consultations on the applications. Instead, they follow the minimum notification...

Poor lighting at Chorleywood Station car park

In last month’s newsletter we highlighted the issue with the very poor lighting in Chorleywood station car park. We have again contacted TfL and received a further update as follows: “Under instruction, Saba have installed 7 LED Solar lights as a temporary measure and...

Potholes

A number of roads around Chorleywood are badly affected by potholes.  We have been reporting many of these ourselves. CRA have been made aware that the more complaints Herts County Council (HCC) get about potholes on a road, then the more likely they are to agree to...

CRA committee members inspect the sewage!

CRA Committee members Jane Tozer, Angela Killick and Jill Menghetti were invited to the Chesham Sewage Treatment Plant on February 15th. It was a fascinating visit – we saw what they are doing to increase capacity and reduce spillages into the River Chess. Read...

The Big Plastic Count

Count your plastic for one week – 11th  to 17th March 2024. For one week in March, thousands of schools, households, community groups and businesses will be coming together to count their plastic waste (what we can recycle and what goes into household waste) .Almost a...