The Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) Herts have submitted a letter objecting to the proposed 26 dwellings and parking for 66 cars on a site on St James Road. CPRE Herts are urging the Council to reject as inappropriate development in the Green Belt. This is the third application for Brookwall Nursery as both previously refused. … Continue reading Potential new development in St James Road, Goffs Oak update
As reported on previously, a group of parents of Woodside School has been campaigning to prevent the school becoming part of a Multi Academy, which will be owned by Ivy Learning Trust. The Parents Group have worked extremely hard and have made significant progress. After almost three months of campaigning challenging the consultation process, the Department for Education withdrew … Continue reading Will Woodside School in Goffs Oak become part of a Multi Academy Trust?
The Campaign to protect Rural England (CPRE) (Herts) have come up trumps again. A letter has been submitted objecting to the planning application to develop the site on Fairmead Nursery, Cuffley Hill, for residential use. On the Broxbourne Map showing the areas for potential development, this area is coded as GO5. The site is part … Continue reading Potential development on Cuffley Hill
Lee Valley Regional Park are providing Free walks in Lee Valley Regional Park. Let our enthusiastic walkers lead you on a journey of discovery in the park! Choose from the list below:- 27 April. Gunpowder History and Mystery, Gunpowder Park 4 May. Statues in the Park, Lee Valley Park Farms 12 May. WaterWorks and Marshes Discovery, WaterWorks Centre 18 … Continue reading Guided walks in Lee Valley Regional Park – FREE
Volunteers from our community came together on Sunday morning for the Goffs Oak litter pick. In two short hours, we picked up 20 bags full of litter from the sides of our streets, left behind on playgrounds and parks, and blown by the wind into bushes and trees. We even cleaned up the bus stop … Continue reading Keep Britain tidy: 20 bags in 2 hours