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What weighs the same as an African elephant?

30th January 2008

What weighs the same as an African elephant?

… the 8 tons of IT equipment which was collected at a recent recycling event, including over 400 PCs, monitors and printers.

When you go down to the woods today...

23rd January 2008

When you go down to the woods today...

Three Rivers District Council and the Countryside Management Service are preparing a new management plan for Carpenters Wood in Chorleywood ...

Planning certificates warning

09th January 2008

Planning certificates warning

Leaflet drops by companies advertising their ability to obtain certificates of lawful development on land which has been refused planning permission are…

Recycle your IT equipment for charity!

20th December 2007

Recycle your IT equipment for charity!

Residents can donate their old computers, mobile phones and other IT equipment to help vulnerable children.

Lawyers help rule of law in war torn countries

19th December 2007

Lawyers help rule of law in war torn countries

The Council is helping to foster good governance and respect for the rule of law in the developing world by sending law books to war torn countries

Council makes history, scooping a second national green award

21st November 2007

Three Rivers District Council made history on Friday November 9, after becoming the only local authority in the country to receive two national Green Apple…

New law will affect private hire vehicles

21st November 2007

Changes in private hire and taxi licensing law will affect a wide range of vehicle operators in Three Rivers.

Good neighbours recognised

07th November 2007

Good Neighbour Award winners were presented with their prizes of £100 of shopping vouchers at the annual tenants' conference

Girl power: leaders celebrate 100 years

30th October 2007

Watford and Three Rivers leaders are celebrating 100 years of women Councillors

Tomorrow's voters grill Councillors

16th October 2007

Over 200 local school pupils enjoyed a citizenship lesson with a difference on Monday 15 October

Safety charity breaks records

23rd August 2007

West Herts Against Crime, which works closely with Hertfordshire Constabulary, Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue and district councils, has provided security…

Planning Your Future: District Council tackles challenge of new development

08th August 2007

Following the Government's announcement that Three Rivers will have to find extra land for homes

Tenants say yes

01st August 2007

Three Rivers District Council tenants have voted in favour of transferring the ownership of council housing to Thrive Homes - a new Council backed housing…

Fixed Penalty Notices - Last Resort

26th July 2007

On Monday night (23 July), Three Rivers District Council's Executive Committee reluctantly gave permission for Fixed Penalty Notices

Travellers Sites should be based on local need

26th July 2007

The Government is demanding that local authorities provide extra sites for gypsies and travellers

Animated about safety

17th July 2007

Mrs Rivers is clued up on safety

Protect Yourself, Protect Your Friends

16th July 2007

A group of teenagers local to Three Rivers District Council banded together to create a community Safety leaflet entitled 'Protecting Yourself, Protecting…

Boardwalk Benefits the Beds

04th July 2007

The Withey Beds Local Nature Reserve provides a fantastic local walking area, now augmented by the addition of a brand new boardwalk to one part

Two new local nature reserves

26th June 2007

Last week, Chorleywood House Estate and the Aquadrome in Rickmansworth were officially designated as Local Nature Reserves

Stub out smoking

25th June 2007

As a result of the smoke free legislation which will be coming in to force across England from 1st July 2007

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