Message from our local Watch Liaison Officer Christmas Shopping Online - Safety Tips The run up to Christmas is the busiest time for shoppers …and for online fraudsters too, who take advantage of the fact that you’re busy and looking for a bargain. Here are some easy-to-follow tips to help protect you. - Keep … Continue reading Christmas Shopping online – Safety Tips
Broxbourne Council held a meeting on the 20th November, which the public had an open invite. Key people from the Council was in attendance as usual and Councillors on hand to answer any questions. GOCA have expressed their concerns as this meeting was poorly advertised and the mailing list seems to be limited and as … Continue reading Neighbourhood Forum – Goffs Oak and West Cheshunt, 20th November 2019
What a wonderful day this year. The sun was shining and it was so quiet. With no through traffic the service was delivered with such clarity for this large gathering. The bugle playing was poignant, wreaths were laid by many local groups and members of the Council. Police were present and refreshments were provided in … Continue reading Remembrance day in Goffs Oak – Sunday 10th November 2019
GOCA has recently written a letter to the Minister of Housing, Communities and Local Government regarding concerns on potential over-development around Goffs Oak, with the lack of supporting resources including roads and transport. We also have a GOCA member who is proactively writing to key people in local and central government and a large group … Continue reading Objection letter to potential overdevelopment in Goffs Oak
Don't forget this Sunday is Remembrance Sunday, a Memorial Service will take place at the Goffs Oak Memorial. Be there early. If you are not able to walk to the service make sure you allow five to ten minutes to park vehicle. Refreshments will be available after service.
This week a second application for this site has been submitted and is out for comments. It is for 10 custom built houses. Reference number 07/19/0906/O. It would be well worth reading the initial application and to why permission was refused by the Councillors on the Committee. Please note this is on green Belt Land, … Continue reading Ashfield Nursery, Newgatestreet Road. Application to redevelop for residential use
Update on the proposed development on the Fairmead and Rosemead sites. As of today, the Broxbourne Council has released the applications for redevelopment on their website. Please note this application does not appear to be ready and is not scheduled to be heard this year. We can only presume that there is problems with the … Continue reading Potential even more houses on Cuffley Hill