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  • Cllr Andrew Scarth and Cllr Keith Martin
    Article: Mar 17, 2021

    Comment by Cllr Stephen Giles-Medhurst:

    I would like to echo the comments made by others on London's Labour Mayor suggestion of a £5.50 "London Boundary charge" on residents in Three Rivers and Herts driving into London. He can expect a serious and widespread campaign against it from Three Rivers Council.

  • Greenbelt under threat from the Tories
    Petition: Mar 2, 2021

    The Conservative Government are not listening to residents or to our council. It is clear that the government-imposed housing targets cannot be met without building on swathes of greenbelt.

    The facts

    In 2017-18 Three Rivers's target for building new homes was 180 per year.

    In 2018-19 this target was increased to 620 new homes per year by the Conservative government.

  • Cllr Phil Williams at the depot
    Article: Feb 26, 2021

    Lib Dem-run Three Rivers District Council has the highest recycling rate in England, under provisional figures published for the latest year. In fact, three of the top five recycling councils in the country are Lib Dem-run.

    Figures show Three Rivers had a Recycling, Reuse and Composting rate of 64.1%, with a 1.1% increase from the previous year and leapfrogging two other councils to first place.

  • Fallen tree blocking Ebury Way
    Article: Jan 16, 2021

    Cllr Chris Lloyd successfully gets Ebury Way fallen tree cleared, allowing the important cycle and footway to be used.

    Croxley District Cllr Chris Lloyd reported a tree down on the Ebury Way after having to slow down on a run. After work by Cllrs and officers on Watford Borough, Three Rivers District Council and Herts County Council, it was agreed that it was the responsibility of a team at Herts County Council and it was cleared.

  • Petition: Nov 17, 2020

    Rickmansworth Lib Dems are calling on TfL to not delay installing step-free access at Rickmansworth Met Station.

    The consequences of Covid-19 has hit TfL finances hard but the project is a key part of the London Mayor's drive to make the Tube more accessible for all. It was first approved long ago - in January 2018.
    Local campaigner Tom Smith said, ''providing step-free access would make life much easier for those who struggle with their mobility.
    It is really important that the impact of Covid-19 doesn't result in Rickmansworth station step-free access being shelved. It would be hugely unfair to the many residents who depend on step-free access through no fault of their own. Back our campaign by signing the petition below''.