Online chat session – 17/03/2019 between 1100-1200hrs

Message from the local community Neighbourhood watch The local safer neighbourhood team are holding an online chat session on Sunday 17th March 2019 between 1100-1200 hours. This is your opportunity to discuss any local issues you have with the safer neighbourhood officers. You will be sent a link to the chatroom about an hour before … Continue reading Online chat session – 17/03/2019 between 1100-1200hrs

Words of concern – Woodside Primary School

As you may know, Woodside School is presently undergoing a consultation to become part of a Multi Academic Trust (MAT). There is an active campaign driven by parents and seeking urgent support. These are their latest findings:- What's known so far · Recent evidence (Government reports) has shown that: academisation does not improve schools – … Continue reading Words of concern – Woodside Primary School

What would we like as in public transport?

As we are all aware, affordable public transport in Goffs Oak is not great. We have the local bus service. Sometimes we have a double decker bus, with not many passengers especially during certain times of the day and sometimes we have nothing. What we desperately need is a modern and regular form of transport.

It is worth noting, in Cheshunt, Delamare Road site with the proposed development of of 1800 dwellings, the developers have promised a 242 bus service every 30 minutes starting the first day an apartment is occupied. That sounds like a really good ‘carrot’ and would benefit Goffs Oak if really happens.

Perhaps we need to a more modern form of transport. In South London, a trial is being started with an Uber style approach. Another idea, would be having a small mini bus going up and down Cuffley Hill with a ‘Hail and stop’ approach. Or book a stop using an app on you smart phone.

It is not all about maintaining the older route of the 242. With the disappearance of the C1 bus and with new homes popping up, why are we not saying now what routes need to be covered. The Borough of Broxbourne Emerging Plan may be over several years but we need to say now, how and where we want our new routes for public use. Speak up and let us know your comments and thoughts.

Our Goffs Oak

See below for info from Hertfordshire County Council

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242 Waltham Cross – Cuffley/Potters Bar

1915 Potters Bar to Waltham Cross, 2035 Cuffley Station to Waltham Cross, 2105 Waltham Cross to Potters Bar Bus Garage)

For further details go to Travelinewww.travelinesoutheast.org.uk or Telephone: 0871 200 22 33 (0700-2200 daily, on all days except: Christmas Eve 0700-2000, Christmas Day closed, Boxing Day 0900-1700, New Year’s Day 0900-1700. Calls cost 12p per minute plus your phone company’s access charge.

You can also contact the relevant Bus Operator. Click here for Operator Contact Details
PLEASE NOTE: Information for Coach Services is NOT included here. For National Express Services www.nationalexpress.com or telephone 08717 81 81 81
For Commuter Bus/Coach Services please contact the relevant operator.

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In-Ex site, Goffs Oak – Good news for Senior Living

Broxbourne Council has released details of 2 planning applications on the In-Ex site. Both with a remit supporting Senior Living in the area. The first application is with full details reference number 07/19/0154/F for the ERECTION OF 21 NO. SHELTERED APARTMENTS (15 NO. 2 BED AND 6 NO. 1 BED) WITH AMENITY SPACE AND CAR … Continue reading In-Ex site, Goffs Oak – Good news for Senior Living