Council renews fence to Chorleywood House Estate
Three Rivers District Council is replacing the fence to Chorleywood House Estate along the A404 with a knee-high rail.
Three Rivers District Council is replacing the fence to Chorleywood House Estate along the A404 with a knee-high rail. The old fence was in need of replacement, and the lower railing will open up this area and improve natural surveillance. A fence will be retained around the bus shelter and adjacent to Chorleywood Parish Council Offices.
The Council is working in partnership with the Friends of Chorleywood House Estate, Chorleywood Parish Council, and representatives of the Chorleywood Residents’ Association.
Cllr Chris Lloyd, Lead Member for Leisure, said: “I would like to thank all the volunteers from The Friends of Chorleywood House Estate, the Council staff and everyone else who have been involved in this project.”
The Friends of Chorleywood House Estate have been removing debris and shrubbery away from the fence line which will make it easier for the dismantling of the present fence and the erection of the knee high rail.
Sara Bedford, Leader of the Council, added: “The wooden knee-high rail will be more attractive and be more inviting for residents and passers-by.”
The dismantling of the fence will commence on Thursday and the knee high rail work will commence on Friday. The project will be completed by the end of March.