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Rebate scheme still available to help households with rising energy costs

14th July 2022

Rebate scheme still available to help households with rising energy costs

A total of 13,387 households in Three Rivers have now received a £150 energy rebate to help ease the pressure of increased energy bills.

SW Herts’ vision proceeds to next stage

13th July 2022

SW Herts’ vision proceeds to next stage

Residents are set to have their say on a detailed vision for further improving South West Hertfordshire.

Children take action on air pollution as they appear on BBC’s Newsround

12th July 2022

Children take action on air pollution as they appear on BBC’s Newsround

Children from a school in Croxley highlighted the need to take action on air pollution when they appeared on BBC’s Newsround. 

Chair's Summer Social raises over £1,000 for Pets As Therapy charity

01st July 2022

Chair's Summer Social raises over £1,000 for Pets As Therapy charity

Cllr Debbie Morris, Chair of Three Rivers District Council, hosted a hugely successful Summer Social on 29 June at The Artichoke in Croxley Green.

Flag raised over Three Rivers House to show support for UK Armed Forces

21st June 2022

Flag raised over Three Rivers House to show support for UK Armed Forces

The official Armed Forces Day flag has been raised over the headquarters of Three Rivers District Council to show public support for the UK Armed Forces.

New strategy for tree management is published

21st June 2022

New strategy for tree management is published

More trees will be planted, protected and better managed under a bold new plan for the trees and hedgerows across Three Rivers district.

Local leisure centre gives SEN pupils place to improve physical activity

21st June 2022

Local leisure centre gives SEN pupils place to improve physical activity

A local leisure centre is supporting a nearby special educational needs school (SEN) with free swimming lessons.

On Clean Air Day, find out what you can do to reduce air pollution

16th June 2022

On Clean Air Day, find out what you can do to reduce air pollution

It's Clean Air Day (16 June) and this year’s theme looks at how air pollution can impact our health, as well as what we can to do address this increasingly…

Council obtains permanent injunction to stop potential unauthorised use of land

14th June 2022

Council obtains permanent injunction to stop potential unauthorised use of land

An injunction which will permanently prevent events being held on land at Bucks Hill, Sarratt, has been granted by the High Court.

‘Local champions’ sought to help high streets fight back from pandemic

14th June 2022

‘Local champions’ sought to help high streets fight back from pandemic

Local people are being invited to play a key role in helping their neighbourhood shops and retail centres to bounce back from the pandemic under a new…

Taxi driver banned after being found guilty by magistrates of driving offences

10th June 2022

Taxi driver banned after being found guilty by magistrates of driving offences

A private hire taxi driver from Abbots Langley has been banned from driving taxis after being convicted of using a vehicle without a licence and driving…

Council leads by example with plan to reduce headquarters’ emissions

09th June 2022

Council leads by example with plan to reduce headquarters’ emissions

An ambitious plan to retrofit the headquarters of Three Rivers District Council is set to reduce its emissions by 70%, the council has announced.

Young imaginations bring magical trees to life to mark Queen’s Jubilee at exhibition

09th June 2022

Young imaginations bring magical trees to life to mark Queen’s Jubilee at exhibition

New exhibition shows off the imagination of young artists who created their own ‘magical trees’ to mark the Platinum Jubilee.

A passion for community drives Debbie, the new Chair of Three Rivers District Council

07th June 2022

A passion for community drives Debbie, the new Chair of Three Rivers District Council

A sense of community spirit along with a desire to make a real difference to her neighbourhood were the key factors that Cllr Debbie Morris says inspired…

Jubilee beacon lit in Rickmansworth

05th June 2022

Jubilee beacon lit in Rickmansworth

A beacon in Rickmansworth joined thousands across the UK to mark the Queen’s historic Platinum Jubilee.

More than £3.1 million for district’s post-Covid recovery

31st May 2022

More than £3.1 million for district’s post-Covid recovery

Grant funding from Three Rivers District Council has helped a small business to weather the storm of the Covid pandemic and revitalise its brand, according…

Council obtains High Court injunction to stop potential unauthorised use of land in Bucks Hill, Sarratt

27th May 2022

Council obtains High Court injunction to stop potential unauthorised use of land in Bucks Hill, Sarratt

The council has been successful in obtaining a High Court order which prevents the unauthorised use of a parcel of land within Bucks Hill, Sarratt.

New Chair and Vice-Chair elected at Annual Council

27th May 2022

New Chair and Vice-Chair elected at Annual Council

The chain of office was formally passed to the newly elected Chair of Three Rivers District Council at the Annual Council meeting on Tuesday night (24…

Plaque unveiled to mark first of more than 700 trees planted for Queen's Jubilee

26th May 2022

Plaque unveiled to mark first of more than 700 trees planted for Queen's Jubilee

A plaque has been unveiled to mark the first of more than 700 trees to be planted in Three Rivers as part of an initiative commemorating the Queen’s…

Scheme launched to ensure a thriving high street is at the heart of local pandemic recovery

26th May 2022

Scheme launched to ensure a thriving high street is at the heart of local pandemic recovery

Shops and other traders across Three Rivers district can now apply for new specialist support from leading experts to boost the local pandemic recovery.

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