FOLLOWING THE CONSULTATION ON THE ABOVE PROJECT IN AUTUMN 2021, ALDENHAM PARISH COUNCIL HAVE BEEN WORKING WITH THE PROJECT MANAGERS IID ARCHITECTS ON REVISIONS TO THE PLANS TO TAKE INTO ACCOUNT THE FEEDBACK RECEIVED WHERE POSSIBLE.
The revised plans include
- Patio area to the sides of the building has been reduced to soften the impact of hard surfaces
- Include more hedging on boundary
- Removal of pathway in front of building and relocation of the pathway linking the building with the Multi Use Games Area to be within the community woodland
- Relocation of refuse area to the rear of the building meaning that the total area taken up by the site is reduced
These plans have now been submitted to Hertsmere Borough Council for them to review. Please view the plans at www.hertsmere.gov.uk/planning and search for application number 22/1702/FUL, and make comments. Any questions or copies of comments can be made by e-mail to Peter Evans, Council Manager, Aldenham Parish Council on email@example.com
If the plans are approved Aldenham Parish Council will then tender contracts to provide catering facilities within the premises, as well as contracts to build the final building.
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Aldenham Parish Council are aware that there is mains water leak with water seeping through the retaining wall to the car park at The Radlett Centre. This was reported on 1 August 2022 to Affinity Water. Their engineer has found that the leak is from a pipe below the exit to the car park in the footway. They have marked this with blue paint.
Since then the council have been told several reasons why it has not been repaired, but with no definite date for repair being given. We apologise that there has been such a loss of water, but we are contacting Affinity Water constantly for an update.