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Car parking charges and enforcement will resume in Hertsmere in June after a period of suspension due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Hertsmere Borough Council suspended parking charges and enforcement two months ago (on 24 March) as the UK launched stringent quarantine measures to control the coronavirus.

As lockdown measures ease, charges in all council-owned pay and display car parks across the borough will resume on 8 June.

 

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Parking charges & enforcement to resume as lockdown restrictions ease

Car parking charges and enforcement will resume in Hertsmere in June after a period of suspension due to the coronavirus pandemic. Hertsmere Borough Council suspended parking charges and enforcement two months ago (on 24 March) as the UK launched stringent quarantine measures to control the coronavirus. As lockdown measures ease, charges in all council-owned pay and display … more

Highways update regarding Town Centre works

Highway teams have been working closely with colleagues in Public Health to consider how we needed to adapt our roads and footways in key urban areas to support social distancing and enable our towns and their services to safely reopen, in advance of the lock down measures starting to be eased.   Please click link … more

Hugs by Post

Hugs by Post asked young people across Hertfordshire to send us a colourful drawing, an uplifting message, or poem to Hertfordshire Independent Living Service (HILS) to send to all the clients. For further details please click the link.

Closure of slip road on Newberries Parade

The slip road in Newberries Parade will be shut off except some disabled spaces from Tuesday 26th May 2020 in order to prepare for more shops opening and social distancing.

Bonfires

Hertsmere residents are being urged not to light bonfires at this time of unprecedented public health emergency. Hertsmere Borough Council’s Environmental Health team, which is responsible for pollution control in the borough, has received an increased number of complaints about bonfires since the lockdown began last month. Officers are concerned as the warm weather approaches, … more

Paid and voluntary roles at the East of England Ambulance Service Trust

Paid and voluntary roles at the East of England Ambulance Service Trust The East of England Ambulance Service Trust (EEAST) is expanding its services to meet increasing levels of demand.  Although a number of volunteers have come forward, they still need people with: medical experience – to fulfil paramedic, emergency medical technician and apprenticeship roles … more

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