Three Rivers Residents' Survey 2022/2023
Previously called 'Herts Omnibus survey'. The residents survey looks for residents opinions on living in Three Rivers and the services provided by the council.
For more information on the annual residents' survey please click here
Chorleywood House Estate Greenspace Action Plan (GAP) 2023-2028 Briefing Document Public Consultation
Hertfordshire County Council's Countryside Management Service is currently working with Three Rivers District Council to develop a new Greenspace Action Plan (GAP) for Chorleywood House Estate. To start the process a GAP Briefing Document has been produced outlining the aims and objectives for the new GAP, and explaining more about the community engagement and plan production process. There will be a further engagement on a draft copy of the full GAP in early 2023.
Please view the GAP Briefing Document here.
We would welcome any comments you may have, or your thoughts on the future management of Chorleywood House Estate. Should you have any comments then please contact Michael Poole using the email address email@example.com. The closing date for comments on the GAP Briefing Document is 18th December 2022.
Bishop’s Wood and Batchworth Heath Greenspace Action Plan (GAP) 2023-2028 Briefing Document Public Consultation
Hertfordshire County Council's Countryside Management Service is currently working with Three Rivers District Council to develop a new Greenspace Action Plan (GAP) for Bishop’s Wood and Batchworth Heath. To start the process a GAP Briefing Document has been produced outlining the aims and objectives for the new GAP, and explaining more about the community engagement and plan production process. There will be a further engagement on a draft copy of the full GAP in early 2023.
Please view the GAP Briefing Document here.
We would welcome any comments you may have, or your thoughts on the future management of Bishop’s Wood and Batchworth Heath. Should you have any comments then please contact Rhiannon Barton using the email address firstname.lastname@example.org. The closing date for comments on the GAP Briefing Document is 13th January 2023.
The Biodiversity opportunities Audit & alternative grassland management public consultation
Earlier this year, Three Rivers District Council agreed a Biodiversity Opportunities Audit which aims to identify opportunities for wildlife to benefit throughout the District and the Audit can be viewed HERE. Within the Audit many opportunities are outlined including tree planting, wetland creation and hedge restoration. Another key element of this is grassland management, the way the Council manages its grass has been reviewed, developed and improved for the benefit of our local wildlife and the community (Alternative Grassland management).
We welcome you to have your say and let us know your thoughts on both the Biodiversity Opportunities Audit and the Alternative Grassland Management which has commenced this year.
Consultation opens: Monday 8th August 2022 @4pm
Should you wish to discuss this consultation please email: email@example.com
South Oxhey Playing Fields Consultation
We have already completed a public consultation asking you to let us know what outdoor leisure facilities were important to you and any other comments. Thank you to all those who contributed their voices to the consultation. We've taken all that detail on board, along with local area audits of facilities.
In this consultation, we are now asking for you to review the proposed designs and tell us your favourites.
The survey will close at 12noon on Wednesday 19 October 2022.
Parking consultations and surveys
You can view details of all open parking consultations and surveys on our Parking Consultations page.
Parks and Open Spaces surveys
Feedback helps to ensure that the Council works towards providing the quality and facilities expected by visitors.
Click on the relevant link to complete the parks and open spaces surveys on-line or if you would like a printed copy and return envelope, please call the Council on: 01923 776611.
Consultations privacy notice
Information the Council collects: The vast majority of consultations are completely anonymous and do not ask for any sensitive personal data (e.g. name, contact details). Under the Data Protection Act and the Generation Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Three Rivers District Council will only collect personal data through consultations if there is a good reason for it and we will always ask for your consent to provide this information.
There are many reasons why we might ask for you to provide personal information. In most cases, this will be because your personal data will help us to analyse the responses to the consultation, which we will use to improve services.
Where we do ask for personal data, the reason will always be clearly specified. We will not use any information to identify or contact you unless this is clearly specified. In the majority of cases you will be able to opt-out of sharing your personal information.
The Council will not share or sell any details you provide with third parties. However, your data may be shared with:
- other service areas within Three Rivers District Council where this information will help with developing and improving services
- organisations who are contracted to carry out a service on behalf of Three Rivers District Council.
The Council will only retain your personal information for as long as necessary. The maximum time we will hold your personal information for is 5 years. This means that after 5 years, all personal information we hold will be permanently destroyed.If you wish to revoke your consent for any personal information you have provided in a consultation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, advising on which consultation you answered and the approximate date of your response. For further information contact: Three Rivers District Council, Northway, WD3 1RL.
The Information Commissioner is the UK's independent body responsible for ensuring compliance with the Data Protection Act. If you would like to know more about your rights under the Data Protection law, and what you should expect from us, visit the Information Commissioner’s website. If you have any concerns regarding the Council’s privacy practices or about exercising your Data Protection rights, you may contact the Information Commissioner’s Office:
- Email - email@example.com (please include your telephone number)
- Telephone - 0303 123 1113 (local rate) or 01625 545 745 (if you prefer to use a national rate number)
- Fax - 01625 545 510
- Writing to - The Information Commissioner, Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 5AF.