Hoddesdon residents invited to discuss local issues at Neighbourhood Forum, Wednesday 23 October

Hoddesdon residents invited to discuss local issues at Neighbourhood Forum, Wednesday 23 October 2019
Hoddesdon residents invited to discuss local issues at Neighbourhood Forum, Wednesday 23 October 2019

Hoddesdon residents invited to discuss local issues at Neighbourhood Forum, Wednesday 23 October 2019

Hoddesdon residents are invited to the next Neighbourhood Forum, taking place on Wednesday 23 October at 7pm, at the Cranbourne School, where they can hear local updates and raise any concerns they may have.

 

At this public meeting, various local issues will be up for discussion, including updates on policing priorities for the area, Love Hoddesdon Bid, the final decision on Ratty’s Lane waste plant, Essex Road Bridge project, High Leigh developments and the Spotlight bar area refurbishment.

 

This is the first in a series of Borough-wide Neighbourhood Forums taking place throughout October and November, allowing residents and members of the public who are interested to hear updates from the Council on local issues. These public meetings are intended to engage residents and create close-knit communities.

 

Future dates for this autumn’s round of Neighbourhood Forums are:

 

Forum

Date

Venue

Hoddesdon

Wednesday 23 October, 7pm

The Cranbourne School

Waltham Cross

 

Wednesday 30 October, 7pm

Waltham Cross Baptist Church

Cheshunt

 

Wednesday 6 November, 7pm

The Laura Trott Leisure Centre

Broxbourne & Wormley

Wednesday 13 November, 7pm

Hertford Regional College

Goffs Oak and West Cheshunt

Wednesday 20 November, 7pm

Fairfields School

 

 

Everyone is welcome to attend the meetings, which will also be attended by representatives of the Council and Hertfordshire Constabulary.

 

For more information on these forums, residents can visit www.broxbourne.gov.uk.

Published: October 17th 2019