Watford Community Housing Trust to host meeting on new homes plans for Holywell estate

Residents on the Holywell estate are being urged to attend a meeting next week about plans to build 13 new homes in the area.

Watford Community Housing Trust is holding a consultation over plans to build houses on land in and around Croxley View.

The meeting will be held in Westfield Academy, in Tolpits Lane, from 6.30pm on Thursday, December 12.

Penelope Gower, from the Holywell Action Group subcommittee, urged residents to attend the meeting.

She said: "Please come along to the consultation and make your voice heard."

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2:48pm Thu 5 Dec 13

gusgreen says...

Not MORE bloody houses in West Watford!
The place is busting at the seams already - still I suppose its more council tax for Dot
Not MORE bloody houses in West Watford! The place is busting at the seams already - still I suppose its more council tax for Dot gusgreen

12:10am Fri 6 Dec 13

pgower says...

It must be stated that when proposals for this development were displayed at the first Consultation for Croxley View Phase 2 on 7th November, the proposals provided for 35 new homes to be built on Croxley View. Following feedback and correspondence from tenants and residents, 18 homes comprising 3 blocks of 6 Flats are no longer being proposed. These were to be built on the amenity green in Croxley View in close proximity to existing houses. Parking issues in the area are already causing very real problems for people living nearby.
It must be stated that when proposals for this development were displayed at the first Consultation for Croxley View Phase 2 on 7th November, the proposals provided for 35 new homes to be built on Croxley View. Following feedback and correspondence from tenants and residents, 18 homes comprising 3 blocks of 6 Flats are no longer being proposed. These were to be built on the amenity green in Croxley View in close proximity to existing houses. Parking issues in the area are already causing very real problems for people living nearby. pgower

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