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The Verulam Residents Association exists to represent the interests of residents in the area bounded by Watford Road, King Harry Lane and the part of the A414 which used to be the M10. Read more…


Application for Change of Use of Land Between Mayne Avenue and Bedmond Lane From Agriculture To The Keeping of Horses
The Planning Application by Banner Homes Ltd has been REFUSED.
To view the Decision Notice and Officer’s report follow the link below. Planning Ref: 5/2014/1394

http://planning.stalbans.gov.uk/Planning/StreamDocPage/obj.pdf?DocNo=6167640&PageNo=1&content=obj.pdf

The Verulam Residents’ Association will continue to monitor the situation as Banner Homes Ltd may either appeal against this decision or submit a revised application.


Asset of Community Value – Review Hearing
Banner Homes Ltd has appealed against Bedmond Lane Meadow being included in the Council’s Register of Community Assets. The appeal will be heard by a Reviewing Officer at a Public Meeting:

Friday 26th September 2014
10am Council Office, St Albans Civic Centre, St Peter’s Street

The Verulam Residents’ Association has been working hard on your behalf to make sure this area is retained as a Community Asset for now and future generations. Please come to the Hearing and show your support.


The St Albans Green Ring – Public Consultation Sessions
The objective of the Green Ring is to make cycling and walking a sensible first choice for journeys within the city. The scheme is a joint initiative for Hertfordshire County Council (HCC) and St Albans District Council (SADC) to promote walking and cycling within St Albans. Read more…


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