HB Planning for Growth

For all those that might have missed the flyer in the post, this is the pdf of the newsletter:

Hertsmere-Local-Plan-Newsletter-issue-3

The following website link explains the process and shows the timeline:

Planning for Growth – a new Local Plan for Hertsmere

REMINDER NEXT EXHIBITION IN RADLETT IS ON:
4pm-8pm
Thursday 22 November
Radlett Centre, Aldenham Avenue, WD7 8DH

This will provide a good opportunity to see what is being proposed and ask questions.

AGM ANNOUNCEMENT

Annual Village Meeting of the Letchmore Heath Village Trust 
Wednesday 19th September 2018 at 20.00
Aldenham War Memorial Hall

You are warmly invited to attend the Annual Village Meeting of the LHVT. The main objective of the meeting is to provide an opportunity to recognise and discuss issues of local concern.

Agenda

  • Apologies for Absence
  • Chairman’s Introduction
  • Treasurer’s Report
  • Election of LHVT members
  • FASTER BROADBAND – Jane Darley (Community Fire Partnership Manager – Openreach) will attend the AGM and answer questions.
  • Brief reports on LHVT 2017/18 progress.
  • Open forum

Link to flyer: AGM_2018_Flyer

TO ALL DOG WALKERS

Dog owners in Letchmore Heath enjoy the opportunity to walk their dogs in the fields owned by Aldenham School. This facility is offered as a gesture of goodwill from the School to villagers.

Recent reports confirm a steady increase in dog mess left uncollected. This creates unacceptable health and safety issues to school pupils, staff and other users.

The Rules are simple. DOG WALKERS MUST ENSURE THAT:

  1. ALL DOG MESS IS IMMEDIATELY PICKED UP AND DISPOSED OF – BINS ARE PROVIDED IN COOKE’S FIELD. If you see uncollected dog mess, PLEASE COLLECT IT AND PLACE IT IN THE BINS PROVIDED.
  2. Dogs walked on or near Top Field, the Chapel or Button           Field (small field behind the Prep School), are kept on a     lead.
  3. Dogs walked on Cooke’s Field may be taken off the lead, but must be kept under control.

The School wishes to maintain unlocked gate access to Cooke’s (and other) Fields. HOWEVER……..if the amount of dog mess left uncollected does not reduce significantly in the immediate future, the School will be duty bound to consider locking the gate and removing access to all their playing fields.

The minority of offending dog owners are known. They are threatening access to School fields for all local dog walkers. So please, for everyone’s benefit, RESPECT THE RULES.

Janmashtami festival at Bhaktivedanta Manor – 2018

The annual Janmashtami festival at Bhaktivedanta Manor will be held Sunday 2nd and Monday 3rd September 2018.

Letchmore Heath Village Trust and the Temple are continuing to work together to ensure there will be no festival vehicle access through Patchetts Green, Round Bush and Letchmore Heath. Except of course for residents, friends/relatives/guests, carers, business traffic/employees, emergency vehicles etc.

Staffed road closures will be put in place from 10.00 until 22:00 hours on both the Sunday and Monday. Please see janmashtami_festival_2018.pdf for more details.

For additional passes: radha.moha@krishnatemple.com 01923 851003 / 07818815978 (leave a message)

Updated Traffic Information: 07497 696 346 (festival days only)