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Chorleywood Play Space Consultation - until 28th Sep 2012

posted 13 Aug 2012, 11:56 by Unknown user   [ updated 14 Aug 2012, 04:37 ]
We have learned today that Three Rivers District Council have formerly opened their consultation regarding the proposed Play Space in Chorleywood. 

Getting to this stage where the council is consulting with the community over their plans represents several years work for the Residents' Association along with other community groups as you can read in the Play Area section of the website, and we would like to encourage all residents and visitors to Chorleywood to respond to the survey.

After strong representations from several community groups, including Friends of Chorleywood Common, Chorleywood Mums and the Residents' Association, the council have agreed to extend their initial timescale for the consultation until Friday 28th September 2012.

The consultation information is available on the Three Rivers Council website at the following address and shows the possible design proposal along with a short survey that residents can complete.

There are three ways to respond to the consultation
  • Complete the survey online that is available from the Three Rivers District council website
  • A formal letter should be distributed to approx 4500 Chorleywood households during week commencing 20th August along with the Parish Council "Chorleywood Matters" publication. The design concept can be viewed either online or at Chorleywood Library and if you wish to respond on paper you can deposit your response either at Chorleywood Library, at the Parish Council office or at the District Council offices in Rickmansworth
  • There is additionally a touch-screen device available at the Library where you can complete the survey.
The Three Rivers Leisure services team will also be present at the Chorleywood Village Day on Saturday 8th September to present their ideas, for residents to complete the survey and to obtain other general feedback.

If you have any queries about the consultation contact Charlotte Gomes on 01923 776611 or by email to 

And if you have any concerns, comments or queries, we'd love to hear from you - email us at