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New dog control regulations for Chorleywood

posted 27 Jun 2012, 13:09 by Unknown user   [ updated 28 Jun 2012, 03:41 ]
At the Three Rivers District Council meeting on Monday 25th June 2012 a new order has been passed which incorporates dog fouling. This may be subject to some consultation before it is enforced and enacted, and we believe it will probably be a trial for the wider Three Rivers area
In summary, the new rules will apply to Chorleywood House Estate and Chorleywood Common and will mean that one adult will only be able to be in charge of up to 4 dogs at a time at this site.

You can see the paper that was considered by the council here

The Chorleywood Residents' Association recently contributed 2 new dog litter bins to the common as we're fully aware of local residents concerns about dog fouling on the common and we're very happy that the council are supporting us by imposing controls on the use of the common to protect the common from use by professional dog walkers.