Archive for Month: November 2018

  • Parking consultation extended – again – to 10 December 2018

    That was a lively meeting on Tuesday last week.  Robust opinions were heard, as they had to be, and this will shape the outcome of the current Croxley Green Parking review.  Many thanks to the Croxley Green Residents Association for organising and publicising the meeting. I have a dedicated  page about the review here. The…

  • Armistice Day service 100 years on

    After so much has been said, my words can add no more, but were I to try, still nothing speaks more eloquently that the sight that greeted all who gathered at All Saints’ Church yesterday. The church was so packed that many were left standing, pressed together, even with extra seating brought in. Yet it…

  • Policy and Resources Committee

    Policy and Resources Committee tonight. One political controversy but otherwise it is practical.  There are ongoing issues such as the level of fines for littering, licence fees for dog boarding etc, which are uncontroversial. It also gives a valuable opportunity to question the officers about practical issues, which has been non-partisan. This is a committee…