Mia, the manager of Bushey Red Trust foodbank, recognizes the challenges faced by local families during these difficult times. To address the increasing need for support, she is campaigning for a community hub in Bushey.
Mia's vision for the community hub includes essential facilities for children, youth groups, and older people, funded by developers' levies. She believes that such a hub can not only meet community needs but also help address concerns related to anti-social behavior. She also emphasizes the importance of closer collaboration between the council and the police to effectively tackle issues of anti-social behavior.
Miles is dedicated to improving the borough's environmental record. He is committed to better household collections, street-bin sorting, and expanding initiatives like tree-planting, rooftop solar power, and EV charging points. As the founder of the Land North of Farm Way campaign, Miles remains focused on protecting the area's beautiful fields and farmlands, advocating for the preservation of the greenbelt as a precious environmental resources.
Chris is determined to address the frustrations of residents who have felt unheard by the borough council. He aims to make Bushey a more democratic place by actively listening to residents' views on planning, parking, recycling, housing, and other everyday problems. Chris recognizes that he cannot fix everything, but he promises to keep his door open and ensure residents' voices are heard.
Chris is particularly passionate about the closure of Bushey Country Club, a publicly owned facility that has been in limbo for five years. He pledges to campaign for the immediate restoration of public access to the grounds and advocates for a commitment to comprehensive regeneration plans for the site.
● The Local Plan for future development
● Planning applications
● Housing needs and homelessness
● Parks and leisure
● Controlled Parking Zones
● Waste and recycling collections
● Litter and fly-tipping
● Using developers’ levies to improve local infrastructure
● Bushey Country Club
● Elstree Film Studios
● Allotments and green spaces
● Community safety
● Council tax
● Engineering services
● Hackney carriages and private hire licensing
● Parking enforcement
● Public health and protection (air and noise pollution, food inspections, health and safety at work, licensing)
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● Abandoned vehicles
● Alleged breach of planning control
● Bonfire nuisance
● Customer service complaints
● Food Hygiene Issues
● Freedom of Information requests
● Missed bin collections
● Noise nuisance
● Street cleaning
If you have reported an issue to Hertsmere and not received a satisfactory response, please let your borough councillors know so they can follow up.