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Do you have a good idea that will benefit the community? Croxley Green Parish Council needs your ideas to help them support and benefit the local community.
Due to the multiple lockdowns in 2020 many of the usual events and activities the Parish Council supports have not been able to go ahead. The Easter egg hunt, dog show, as well as the Revels and Croxfest have not happened and now the Parish Council needs your ideas to get this funding into the community.
So far, the Parish Council has produced and distributed hundreds of free face-coverings, co-ordinated a Croxley Green volunteer match up programme, began a drop off point for the local food bank and widened public footpaths to encourage social distancing. Residents are invited to get in touch with the Council with any ideas and initiatives they think the Parish Council should implement next.
The Parish Council has funding available and would like to make as many residents' ideas happen as it can. There is nothing specific they are looking for, just any good ideas which will help support and benefit Croxley Green though this trying time. We would like to implement your ideas as soon as possible, so please send them in as quick as you can.
The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government recently consulted on its White Paper: Planning for the Future which outlined their proposals for reforming the planning system in England, covering plan-making, development management, development contributions, and other related policy proposals.
The Council reviews every planning application submitted in Croxley Green and we understand how important the issues of planning and housing are to our community.
As the tier of government closest to the people of Croxley Green we always try to ensure we represent you, whether that be on a local or national issue, and our Planning & Development committee worked hard over multiple meetings to form a comprehensive response to all questions in the consultation as well as adding further comments we thought we needed to bring to the Government's attention.
We hope you take the time to read our response by following the link below.
Click thorugh to read a statement from the Elected Mayor of Watford and the Leaders of Hertsmere Borough Council and Three Rivers District Council on current Covid-19 situation.
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