Recent News

  • Croxley Green Parking Review – papers published

    The final stage of the Croxley Green Parking Review is now underway.  Papers  on the consultation so far have been published on the Council’s website, at: A letter will be going out to residents, once Croxley’s local councillors have approved it.

  • Councillor surgery today 25 August 2018

    Councillor surgery is today, 25 August 2018,  in Croxley Green Library.  See you there.  I am here with Alison Wall to help with your issues.

  • Herts Embraced: the walk begins

    I set off on my 170-mile walk around Hertfordshire on Wednesday.  I walked 26 miles that day, from Chorleywood to Long Marston at the county’s north-east tip.  I am off for the second leg this morning. To follow my route, and donate to the Stroke Association , see:

  • Parking: seriously down to business now

    The parking survey results are in and have been analysed.  The results will mean changes for Croxley Green, but even after I have been pushing for this for such a long time, are we coming the right conclusions? The summer holidays are upon us, but when all the village’s councillors are available we will be…

  • William Penn: stay of execution

    The William Penn Leisure Centre now has a one-year stay of execution. Just a year, and in this window we have to work to secure its future. The Liberal Democrats planned to accede to a request from the management company they had brought in, to slice main hall in half and fill half of it with…

  • Planning committee 19 July 2018

    Thursday 19 July 2018: Agenda with links to the documents This month we have three planning applications affecting Croxley Green; two relating to 16 Lancing Way and one for replacing Scotsbridge House with flats.

  • Councillor surgery, then the Revels!

    I eventually got to sit down.  This morning (Saturday) I held my monthly councillor surgery in Croxley Library; curtailed somewhat this week by preparing for the Revels, sorry. Then it was off the set up for the Croxley Revels.  Glorious sunshine, and a busy stall for the Conservatives, thanks to Alison Wall and my other…

  • New parking zone: Winton Drive

    The council has just published an order for a new parking zone on the stretch of Winton Drive by the station, on the side next to the railway line. There is a statutory 21-day objection period from the publication date (to Friday, 22 June 2018), before the Order is actually made. The link to the…

  • Councillor surgery this morning

    Councillor surgery this morning in Croxley Green Library. I’ll be happy to see you here.

  • New Council: new responsibilities

    The first full Council meeting after the recent election took place on 22 May, and I find myself with new responsibilities. I am now on the “Leisure, Environment and Community” committee; one the new super-committees devised for this year, and remain on the Policy and Resources Committee, where the heavy decision-making is done. It is…