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Referendum 6th December 2018

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Catalytic converters, which are fitted to vehicle exhaust systems, are targeted by thieves because of the precious metals they contain, and the active market for the units. According to our local police, a determined thief needs just 90 seconds to remove a catalytic converter.

In order to minimise the chance of becoming a victim of catalytic converter theft we offer the following recommendations:

  • Lock your car in a garage when parked at night.
  • When using a garage is not possible, park close to fences, walls or a kerb with the exhaust being closest to the fence, wall or kerb to make theft difficult.
  • Avoid parking your vehicle half on the pavement and half on the road, as this may make it easier for thieves to access the catalytic converter
  • Look for car parks with a Secured Car Park sign which have recognised levels of security.
  • Noisy gravel on your drive can help deter a would-be thief, as they don't want to alert you to their approach.
  • Be aware that a car idling with a noisy exhaust, particularly at night, may be masking the sound of a theft taking place
  • Consider fitting CCTV on your home or driveway, to help deter thieves.
  • Consider the use of a Secured by Design (SBD) approved driveway alarm and sensor. This may assist in alerting you of a potential intruder entering your driveway or garden
  • Use PIR or LED security lighting to make your vehicle more visible – another deterrent.
  • If your catalytic converter is bolted on, consider having the bolts welded to make removal difficult.
  • Fit protective coverings on catalytic converters, such as the Toyota manufactured CATLOC device.
  • Have your catalytic converter etched or forensically marked, and put stickers in the windscreen to say this has been done. Please ensure any property marking is Secured by Design (SBD) approved
  • Consider the possibility of installing a Thatcham approved alarm and tilt sensor that will activate the alarm should any thief try to jack the vehicle up to steal the converter  

If you see a theft in progress, particularly where people are trying to get under cars in public car parks or on public roads, if it is safe to do so, make a record of what you see, including any vehicle registrations, and then call 999 immediately.

Hertfordshire Couny Council are undertaking a public consultation on the permanent enlargement of Breakspeare School, Abbots Langley from 97 to a maximum of 210 places with effect from September 2023 and the relocation of the school to the former Durrants School Playing Field, Manor Way, Croxley Green, WD3 3LU.

Croxley Green Parish Council will be discussing the HCC consultation on Breakspeare School at the next Planning & Development Committee Meeting on Thursday 4 November 2021 at 8pm.  If you have any comments you would like to share with the committee please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 01923 710250. If you would like to make your comments in person at Thursday's meeting please contact the office for a Zoom link to join virtually.

Consultation start date: 19 October 2021

Consultation closing date: 22 November 2021 (11.45pm)

More information https://www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/about-the-council/consultations/schools/breakspeare-school-consultation.aspx


Croxley Green Parish Council have partnered with The Wild Outdoors Club to bring six Forest School taster sessions to Croxley Green.

The sessions will begin on Saturday October 9 and then run on the following 5 Saturdays. 

Sessions will include den building, making campfires and how to use tools safely. 

12 children will be able to attend each session, which will be held in Weston Wood, Croxley Green. https://goo.gl/maps/qhcZKaoBrh5s29i29

To allow as many children as we can to take part we are asking that you only sign up for one session to begin with. The sessions are open for children aged between 4 & 10. 

The sessions will cost £2 per child which must be paid in advance of attendance. After submitting an registration form the Parish Council office will be intouch to confirm your attendance and let you know how to make payment. 

All fees will be donated to the current Parish Council charities; the Hertfordshire Mind Network and Herts Sunflower.

Please note this event is only open to Croxley Green residents. 

Registraion form and other documents can be found below. 

Registration Form

The Wild Outdoors Club Policies

Data Protection


Child Safeguarding 

Illness & Infection Diseases



Three Rivers District Council have included the Croxley Green Red Cross Centre in their update Potential Sites for Allocation document, which can be viewed on the TRDC website at https://www.threerivers.gov.uk/meeting/annual-council under Recommendation 6.

Please sign our petition to support our efforts to take over the Red Cross Centre to make sure that it continues to be open for our community. You can sign the petition online @ http://chng.it/7YhxQbL8DW


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