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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…


The Verulam Residents Association is sad to announce that its Chairman, Jack Wheatley, has died aged 89 after a short illness.
No one who met Jack could have failed to be impressed by his vigour, determination and good-humour, all of which were apparent when, as recently as April, in what was to be his final public appearance, he chaired the VRA’s AGM in his own inimitable style. He will be sorely missed.
Our thoughts are with his family at this sad time.


Watford Road is going to be resurfaced. The work is programmed to start on Monday 14th July and should be completed within 5 days. They will be working between the hours of 20.00-05.00 and will close the road during these times. Read more…


Application for Change of Use of Land Between Mayne Avenue and Bedmond Lane From Agriculture To The Keeping of Horses
We must alert you to an application made by Banner Homes Ltd on May 16 to create two fenced horse paddocks on Bedmond Lane Field off Mayne Avenue. Only the residents in Parklands Drive have been formally notified of this proposal. Read more…

Please sign our on-line petition at www.petitions24.com/saving-the-bedmond-lane-wildlife-meadow now.


Residents were represented last week, 8th July at the St Albans District Council’s Detailed Local Plan (DLP) engagement workshop.
Should any residents wish to make any additional comments there is still time to comment so please email us on enquiries@verulamra.org.uk.


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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