The next Citizen's Advice Bureau drop-in session at the Library will take place on March 7 between 10am & 12 noon. There is no need to make an appointment before hand.
This service is funded by Croxley Green Parish Council.
The Parish Council has today, 24 January, formally submitted its Neighbourhood Plan to Three Rivers District Council. The final submitted documents and further backgroud to the Neighbourhhod Plan can be viewed on our web site by clicking here.
Public nominations are now open for the Hazel Seeley Award 2017.
Each year Croxley Green Parish Council awards the Hazel Seeley Award to an individual or group in recognition of the work they do for the benefit of the community of Croxley Green.
The award, in the style of a civic award, is named after former Parish Councillor, Hazel Seeley, whom served continuously on the Croxley Green Parish Council for 18 years.
Hazel was the recipient of the award in its inaugural year in 2016.
Nominees for the award may be of any age but they should reside in Croxley Green, or their work should be for an individual or organisation based within the village.
Parish Council Chairman, Cllr Chris Mitchell, said “Now, is the time to celebrate and recognise the tireless work, carried out by so many in our community for the benefit of the residents of Croxley Green”.
Nomination forms, along with full criteria for nomination, are available from the Parish Council offices in Community Way and can be found online at:
Nominations must be received by midday Friday January 6.
The next meeting of the Metropolitan Line Extension (MLX) Community Liaison Group will be held on Wednesday 5 October, which is a change of date to what was previously advertised.
The Community Liaison Group is made up of a number of members which represent local residents and stakeholders. The meeting aims to provide a forum through which the MLX team can provide an update on the project and interested parties can raise matters of interest or concern regarding the construction work.
The group meets quarterly in public with the local residents and businesses welcome to attend any meeting. The presentations and minutes from past meetings can be found on the MLX webpage.
The October meeting will focus on the current utilities work around Baldwins Lane and Watford Road, an update on the project and a presentation on noise levels.
Date: Wednesday 5 October
Location: TS Renown, Cassio Bridge, Watford Road, WD3 3DG
If you are unable to attend and have any queries about these works please contact TfL on:
Phone: 0343 222 1234 (24 hours)
Write: TfL Customer Services, 4th Floor, 14 Pier Walk, London, SE10 0ES
For more information on the Metropolitan Line Extension please visit www.tfl.gov.uk/met-line-extension