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Three Rivers placed in Tier 2 – High alert level from 2 December

26th November 2020

Three Rivers placed in Tier 2 – High alert level from 2 December

From 2 December Three Rivers and the whole of Hertfordshire will be placed in the Tier 2 - High alert level of the government's revised three-tiered system…

Reopening date for local leisure centres announced

26th November 2020

Reopening date for local leisure centres announced

Local leisure centres in Three Rivers are set to reopen after being given the green light by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

‘Don’t ignore the social distancing rules if you want to avoid further restrictions after lockdown,’ urges Council Leader

20th November 2020

‘Don’t ignore the social distancing rules if you want to avoid further restrictions after lockdown,’ urges Council Leader

Residents in Three Rivers are being urged this weekend to keep following government advice on social distancing to help prevent the further spread of Covid-19.

‘Tough times for local businesses, but we are doing everything we can to help them,’ says Council Leader

17th November 2020

‘Tough times for local businesses, but we are doing everything we can to help them,’ says Council Leader

The latest four-week national lockdown is another severe blow to many businesses in the Three Rivers district which have been forced to temporarily close.

Vote for Leavesden Country Park to be nation’s best-loved park

16th November 2020

Vote for Leavesden Country Park to be nation’s best-loved park

Following a multi-million pound investment, Leavesden Country Park has been transformed into a thriving green space which is enjoyed by everyone.

Leavesden Country Park wins national award for protecting bees

10th November 2020

Leavesden Country Park wins national award for protecting bees

Leavesden Country Park has been awarded a Defra Bees’ Needs Champions Award 2020 for its work helping to protect bees.

Local leisure centres back petition to keep gyms open

10th November 2020

Local leisure centres back petition to keep gyms open

Leisure centres across Three Rivers are backing the petition to keep gyms open and are pushing to be recognised as an ‘essential service’ amid month-long…

VIDEO: Message from Cllr Sarah Nelmes on latest lockdown restrictions

06th November 2020

VIDEO: Message from Cllr Sarah Nelmes on latest lockdown restrictions

On 5 November, a second national lockdown started. Here, Cllr Sarah Nelmes, Leader of Three Rivers District Council, talks about why we need to keep following…

No smoke without fire: taxi driver not given benefit of doubt over inappropriate behaviour towards children

04th November 2020

No smoke without fire: taxi driver not given benefit of doubt over inappropriate behaviour towards children

The Crown Court at St Albans has dismissed the second appeal brought by a private hire driver following a pattern of allegations of inappropriate behaviour…

Have your say on tackling climate change in Three Rivers

29th October 2020

Have your say on tackling climate change in Three Rivers

Residents and businesses in Three Rivers are being urged to have their say on the district’s plans for tackling climate change.

High-quality temporary accommodation to help homeless families

22nd October 2020

High-quality temporary accommodation to help homeless families

Two more temporary accommodation developments have been unveiled by Three Rivers District Council as it honours its pledge to reduce the number of residents…

Joint statement on current Covid-19 situation locally.

22nd October 2020

Joint statement on current Covid-19 situation locally.

A statement from the Elected Mayor of Watford and the Leaders of Hertsmere Borough Council and Three Rivers District Council on current Covid-19 situation

Three Rivers District Council and Hertfordshire County Council support new joint committee for good growth

21st October 2020

Three Rivers District Council and Hertfordshire County Council support new joint committee for good growth

Three Rivers District Council and Hertfordshire County Council are the latest of 11 councils on the Hertfordshire Growth Board to officially announce their…

High quality of parks and green spaces in Three Rivers recognised in Green Flag Awards

16th October 2020

High quality of parks and green spaces in Three Rivers recognised in Green Flag Awards

Four parks and green spaces across Three Rivers have been awarded Green Flag status in recognition of their high environmental, maintenance and visitor…

Statement concerning bowls clubs in Three Rivers

15th October 2020

Statement concerning bowls clubs in Three Rivers

Three Rivers District Council owns the sites of two bowls clubs that are operated by Rickmansworth/Basing Bowls Club and Mill End Bowls Club.

Watersmeet to reopen after receiving £175,000 grant from Government’s Culture Recovery Fund

14th October 2020

Watersmeet to reopen after receiving £175,000 grant from Government’s Culture Recovery Fund

Watersmeet theatre in Rickmansworth is one of 1,385 cultural and creative organisations receiving urgently needed support to help face the challenges of…

80% of local people say a County Unitary is the wrong plan at the wrong time

13th October 2020

80% of local people say a County Unitary is the wrong plan at the wrong time

A cross-party group of all local District and Borough Council Leaders have united to call for a rethink over Hertfordshire County Council’s plan for…

Joint statement from David Williams, Leader of Hertfordshire County Council and Jim McManus, Director of Public Health at Hertfordshire County Council

13th October 2020

Joint statement from David Williams, Leader of Hertfordshire County Council and Jim McManus, Director of Public Health at Hertfordshire County Council

It has been announced that Hertfordshire, as a whole, has been placed as a medium-risk area in the government’s new system of Local COVID-19 Alert Levels.

Homeowner who ignored Council planners loses appeal to keep unauthorised development

12th October 2020

Homeowner who ignored Council planners loses appeal to keep unauthorised development

An owner of a property in Chorleywood has lost their planning appeal to extend their garden into an open area of grassed amenity land.

Herts Leaders advise "Stay safe and have a spooktacular Halloween"!

06th October 2020

Herts Leaders advise

Council leaders across Hertfordshire are encouraging people to celebrate Halloween safely, helping to save lives by preventing the spread of the coronavirus.

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