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  • Cllr Sara Bedford
    Article: Mar 3, 2020

    Government tells Three Rivers to build more houses

    The Conservative Government has told Three Rivers District Council that they have to build 620 new homes across the district every year until 2033. This adds up to around 9,000 homes during the plan period.

    During the last three years, an average of 41% per year, of the Government target, has been built. Unfortunately, this means the Council has been placed "on the naughty step" and is subject to 'presumption'. This means that the council May be unable to reject some plans that do not fit with its own Local Plan, but accord with the Government's policies.

  • Cllr Chris Lloyd
    Article: Feb 15, 2020

    Lib Dem-run Three Rivers is now the 3rd best recycling local authority in england

    New figures show that Lib Dem-run Three Rivers District Council has improved from the 4th to 3rd best recycling local authority across England.

    Commenting on the news, Croxley Durrants Councillor Chris Lloyd said, ''I would like to thank residents for helping us acheive this impressive result. This would not have been possible without the determination and commitment shown by local residents to make Three Rivers a clean, heatlhy, and great place to live''.

  • Demand Better Education
    Article: Jan 13, 2020
    Responding to the publication last month (23/10/19) of the Education Select Committee's report on children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Candidate for South West Herts, Sally Symington, said:
    "Children with SEND have borne the brunt of the schools funding crisis. Teaching assistants and other support staff have been sacked. Meanwhile, parents struggle to get the support their child needs as schools, healthcare providers and local councils squabble over who should pay.