We reached out to Jeff Stack, the Chief Executive of Broxbourne Borough Council. We asked him about the heavily disputed Lord Street closure and works for High Leigh Garden Village.
It is concerning that not many councillors will stand up for residents of Lord Street and adjoining roads.
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For clarity the planning permission states: “No construction work or delivery of materials relating to this permission shall be carried out on any Sunday, Public or Bank Holiday nor at any other time, except between the hours of 8.00 a.m. – 6.00 p.m. on Mondays to Fridays and between the hours of 8.00 a.m. – 1.00 p.m. on Saturdays. Reason – to protect neighbouring amenity” – planning permission
Continue reading Mark Kemp on overnight works regarding High Leigh Garden Village
We reached out to Phil Bibby, who is the Chairman of Hertfordshire Highways and Environment in regards to the upcoming Lord Street closure for High Leigh Garden Village. Below are the questions we asked him.
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Planning permission for the High Leigh Garden Village development was contentious from the start, with multiple objections from residents during the initial stages. Some of the concerns raised by residents have been ignored, including the use of Lord Street and Dinant link road – now these issues that were raised many years ago are cropping up.
Continue reading High Leigh Garden Village – Nuisances, noise, closures and failures
The above picture is when Thames Water were carrying out works in 2016, I’m sure the residents of Lord Street remember this well. Anyone who lives near or regularly uses Lord Street will realise what a pain the road is. It has very limited parking, so often cars park on both sides of the road, creating a slalom for vehicles using it. For people who don’t live in Hoddesdon, Lord street is the main link between a large amount of properties and the town centre, it is also the main way to access the A10 and subsequently the M25.
Continue reading Lands Improvement Holdings to Close Lord Street for High Leigh Garden Village Development