Please find below a message sent to local Councillors by the Deputy Leader of the Council, Clyde Loakes: Re: 20mph Zone Roll Out – Proposals for Residential Roads North of A406 As you’re aware the Council recently carried out public consultations with occupiers of nearly 12,000 properties in the area north of the A406 North

Thank you to everyone who completed the survey about the café in the park, a lot of the comments and suggestions were very constructive and helpful. The survey closed on 1st November and there were 611 responses, of which 93.6% were positive, 1.8% undecided and 3.6 % negative. A summary of the results to the

The fish have been struggling at the Highams Park Lake for the past few weeks due to low oxygen levels. One of our members has applied on behalf of HPPG for £5,000 funding to provide a variety of plants that will oxygenate the water and provide shelter for fish and birds as well as enhance and improve

We would like to assess how strong support is from local residents for a café with toilets in The Highams Park (the park by Highams Park lake) and what sort of café you would like (if at all). We have prepared a questionnaire to collect your views and we should be grateful if you would

Some of our members have asked for the documents for the Council’s consultation on 20 mph zones in the Highams Park Area to be put on our website so they can direct friends and neighbours to the documents, as it would seem that a lot of people have not received them through their letterbox. If

On this page you will find links to the five questionnaires that HPPG has prepared to inform the planning policies that will be included in the Highams Park Plan (HP Plan). These questionnaires are designed to gauge people’s views on the issues that may be included in the HP Plan and what options we should be pursuing

We’ve just finalised the plans for Shop Local Day on this coming Saturday, so we thought we’d send you the attached booklet so you can see what’s going on and where. But here’s a quick summary of what’s happening: This is meant to be a fun day supporting and discovering your local shops who are

Highams Park Shop Local Day is  being organised by the business group of the Highams Park Planning Group and will be a  fun day supporting and discovering your local independent shops with: Free samples of food and produce; Discounts on products and services. Plus a roundabout, play bus, live music, games, face painting and other entertainment.  More

We have received an update from Ben Frearson of the Council’s Parks Department on the new play area in the  Highams Park, as per below and  you can view the designs in the attachments to this email (and on the news page of our website at www.highamsparkplan.org ) Quote As promised please find attached the design and

One of our members in Chapel End Ward, Karen Murray, applied for Ward Forum Funding to make the flowerbeds in the approach to Highams Park from Wadham Road into Winchester Road look more attractive. As you can see from the pictures the trees and plants are small but they will grow and will make the

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