Thank you

Thank you for supporting our call for action with regard to Hertsmere Borough Council’s Planning for Growth Consultation. The deadline for comments has now passed and we will do our best to monitor progress. As you may know, the Council is now considering the...

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We hope you’ve been finding the articles useful and as we all know the deadline for submitting our comments on the Local Plan is midnight on Thursday 20 Dec.   This means we all need to start sending them in NOW! Please remember, the Harts Farm fields are known...

Car usage study reveals unsustainable future figures

The residents from the new development in Rossway Drive are likely to be typical of any householders who might occupy homes that could be built on the green built land around Harts Farm. As a result, Little Bushey Community have undertaken a study on their car usage....

Harts Farm teeming with valuable wildlife

The eco-environment The Harts Farm fields (B1) site is home to an established flood plain on two sides. The inclusion of a flood plain creates its own dynamic mix in this unique bio diverse environment. This area, which is constantly sodden even in summer months and...

More sustainable green belt sites outside Bushey

Analysis by Little Bushey Community shows that there are more sustainable green belt sites for housing in other parts of the borough and on its border. Using Hertsmere’s ‘Planning for Growth’ document and their commissioned ‘Sustainability Appraisal Scoping’ report by...

Site is in a flood zone

The fact that the fields around Harts Farm are on a flood plain is not news to most people who live nearby. A stream cuts across the site from its source near Elstree Road as it travels downhill towards Sandy Lane. The Environment Agency have identified land either...

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