The Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) asks you to tell the government to put the countryside first. What's going on? CPRE: The Government is reviewing an important piece of policy that could change the shape of the English countryside forever. It is rewriting the National Planning Policy Framework – the rules that determine what kind … Continue reading Two weeks to save the countryside
Actions so far. GOCA has strongly and extensively objected to the adverse local aspects of this new plan that is shortly to be considered at an Examination in Public. We believe the Plan would destroy the whole nature of our village and detrimentally affect all existing residents’ quality of life forever. GOCA only objected on … Continue reading What do the Broxbourne Local Plans 2018-2031 mean to our community? GOCA shares its objections
Looks well worth attending as lots going on with the proposed development around Cheshunt/Goffs Oak and the need for good local facilities and services. Pop in calendar and bring a neighbour/friend.
Littering is a concern in Goffs Oak and around the borough of Broxbourne. Aside from being unsightly, enviro-crime, like littering and fly-tipping, has a significant negative impact on both the environment as well as our community as it can lead to the perception of an unsafe area, in turn, lead to more serious crime. Our … Continue reading Keep our village clean
Mayhem Theatre Arts's Nicole May and her partner Alex Purves have taken over the running of Goffs Oak Village Hall, bringing a fresh new vibe to such a central location for our village. HALL BOOKINGS G.O. Hub can be hired for one-off or regular events, parties and functions. The hall has a capacity between 100 … Continue reading G.O. Hub at the heart of our community
We've broken down what the "Local Plan 2016-2031" means for Goffs Oak.
After several years in the making, the Council's Local Development Plan covering the next 15 years has at last been published. Drawn up as a result of discussions between the Council, landowners, developers and private planning consultants, local residents have until September 16th to make known their comments and view before the Plan is submitted … Continue reading Share your concerns regarding the Council’s Local Development Plan 2016-2031