Vote Yes for the
Neighbourhood Plan

Your Opportunity to protect the future of Croxley Green

Referendum 6th December 2018

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In this section of our website you will find information on planning and development matters including where possible forthcoming planning applications that the Council will be reviewing.  You can aslo see details of the the Council's Neighbourhood Plan which is currently being developed - please see the side  menu.

It also includes information on Travel including road works and congestion, how to report a fault to Highways and has links to bus, tube and train timetables. The Parish Council also runs a bus service for senior citizens on Friday mornings and details of this can be found under the Travel section.

In the Safety section you will find information about the way our community is Policed, the powers of the Police Community Support Officers (PCSO’s) as well as local crime figures

Coronavirus (Covid19)

Information about the current pandemic is published in many places.  The Parish Council does not receive any additional information.

As we all know, the situation continues to change from day to day and week to week.

This section summarises a number of places where reliable up to date information may be obtained. 

This information is up to date on Wednesday 6 January 2021.


National guidance on Coronavirus (Covid19) is published on the Gov.UK website at https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus. It changes frequently, as circumstances change.

The Government also publishes information about the current spread of the infection at https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/.  This includes

  • the number of people testing positive
  • the number of deaths within 28 days of a positive test
  • the number of patients admitted to hospital
  • the number of virus tests carried out

It includes a link to an interactive map which shows the spread of the infection at various scales down to counties, districts and MSOA (Middle layer Super Output Areas), which are small areas with about 7,200 population.  Croxley Green is divided between two MSOA, Croxley Green and Croxley Green North and Sarratt. 

Three Rivers District Council (TRDC)

The TRDC website gives all the latest information on coronavirus and the Council’s services at https://www.threerivers.gov.uk/.

TRDC also has a Twitter account @ThreeRiversDC, on which a wide range of information and advice is publicised. This includes up to date information and guidance on Covid19 and retweets of information and guidance from other authorities, such as the NHS, Hertfordshire County Council and national Government.

Hertfordshire County Council (HCC)

The HCC website gives up to date information on the services it provides at https://www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/about-the-council/news/coronavirus-service-updates.aspx.

HCC publishes guidance for residents and businesses at https://www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/about-the-council/news/news-archive/coronavirus-frequently-asked-questions.

HCC publishes data about the local spread of the virus at https://hcc-phei.shinyapps.io/covid19_public_dashboard/


The NHS publishes the latest information and advice about coronavirus (COVID-19) at https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/.

Covid Symptom Study, Kings College, London

King’s College, London is running an app (available on smart phones) called the Covid Symptom Study. The app is powered by ZOE. Users can download the app and sign up as participants in the study. To take part you have to provide relevant personal information and then report frequently (ideally once each day) to let them know whether you are still feeling well, or have any of the possible symptoms of Covid19.

These reports, from more than 4 million people who have joined the study, are used to estimate the number of new cases of Covid19 in the UK each day, and to estimate the likely number of active cases in each local authority area. As a participant you can zoom and scroll on an interactive map to see the estimated number of active cases of infection in each local authority area (for example in Three Rivers).

If you want to see this information you have to sign up for the study. The more people that sign up, the better the estimate, even if most of are reporting that we are still feeling very well.

Croxley Green Parish Council

We have adapted our way of working, including closing the Parish Office to visitors, to keep our staff and councillors safe.  A number of the activities we would normally organise or support have been cancelled but our staff have continued working from the office and out and about in Croxley Green.

Our Council meetings are taking place online and you are welcome to join them using Zoom, in exactly the same way as you could attend our meetings in person.  The agendas, papers and minutes of our meetings are published on this website. Council Meetings

If there is something you want to raise, and you don’t want to or can’t join a Zoom meeting, please speak or write to any Councillor or the Clerk and ask them to raise it on your behalf.

Councillors have also met in the open air to deal with things, and have attended District Council meetings remotely.

At present we have no plans to return to ordinary working and the Regulations allow us to continue working remotely until May 2021.

As part of our response to the Covid19 crisis we set up a working group to review what we could do to help, and how we might change our approach.  We have defined a new statement of purpose and strategic goals, which are on this website under Council/Home. Statement of Purpose and Strategic Goals

We would welcome your comments and suggestions on them.

This information is up to date on Wednesday 6 January 2021.

Croxley Green Parish Council 

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