April 2017 Updates

Notice of Election  Notice of Poll – Election of County Cllr  County Council Elections – Statement

Essex County Council has Made an Order to divert Footpaths 69 & 73 in the parish of Nazeing in the District of Epping Forest. Nazeing FP69 Public site notice Nazeing FP73 Public site notice

Epping Forest Reuse Information Epping Forest Reuse Information

Current situation on Energy Recovery Facility at Ratty’s Lane Hoddesdon CURRENT SITUATION ERF AT RATTYS LANE HODDESDON

EFDC Cycling for Health Diary  EFDC Cycling for Health Diary April 2017 onwards

Report on Leisure Centre 170217 Schedule of Condition DB dh

March 2017 updates

Veolia holding Drop in Sessions on Monday 20/03/17 at High Leigh Hoddesdon 4pm to 7pm and
Friday 24/03/17 at St Christopher’s Hall, Clyde Road, Dobb’s Weir (near Fish and Eels PH) 11am to 6pm TBC

Police and Crime Commissioner Public Consultation, closes 10/05/17 Public Consultation – Police and Crime Commissioner – Give us your views

Advice from Police and EFDC Advice from Police and EFDC – Cold callers selling burglar alarms

New Dipping Platform at Nazeing Triangle Local Nature Reserve new-dipping-platform-at-nazeing-triangle-lnr

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February 2017 Updates

Energy Recovery Facility at Rattys Lane, Hoddesdon. Please see documents:

energy-recovery-facility-at-rattys-lane-statutory-consultee-letter

energy-recovery-facility-at-rattys-lane-application-summary   energy-recovery-facility-at-rattys-lane-consultation-site-plan

Information from UK Power Networks  powercut

Changes to bus services, please see document: changes-to-bus-services and listed below

Service number and operator Origin and destination Change Date of change
66 – EOS Waltham Cross-Loughton-Debden Revised timetable – generally 30 min service Monday to Saturday, reduction of journeys on Sundays  – no change to route 3rd April
86/86A – EOS Harlow to Waltham Abbey via Staple Tye-Sumners-Katheryns-Nazeing Crossroads Revised route and timetable 3rd April
87 – was operated by EOS – change of name to Vigar Harlow to Epping via Sumners/Katherines New service to replace service 87  but operates to a slightly revised route Proposed 8th March but waiting for confirmation of date.
410 – Trustybus Harlow to Hertford Revised timetable 10th April
391 – Regal Bumbles Green to Harlow Withdrawal of service Monday to Friday school days 9.00, non school days 8.00am with return journey times on different days of the week. 1st May 2017
7 – Regal Epping to Chelmsford Withdrawal of service – Monday to Friday 1 return journey 9.00 return of 13.40pm. 24th July 2017

Notice of Hearing: Definitive Map Modification Footpath 59 notice-of-hearing-and-definitive-map-modification-footpath-59

January 2017 Updates

Nazeing Conservation Society Notice
nazeing-conservation-society-notice-16th-february-2017

ECC Public Notices
ecc-public-notice-06-02-2017   ecc-public-notice-06-02-2017-re-surfacing

Half Term efdc-how-to-draw-workshops-at-half-term-waltham-abbey

BUS SERVICE – THE LOSS OF SERVICE 392 AND 505 – UPDATE

Epping Forest Community Transport are providing a service on a commercial basis with effect from 4th January 2017.

Timetable route-c392-new-bus-timetable-04-01-2017

The Traffic Commissioner supports the new service :

  • Passengers will have to pay a fare of £3.50 single or £5.00 return.
  • Concessionary bus passes will be accepted after 09:00 hours.

The new C392 service will operate between Tylers Cross and Rye Park via Broxbourne only.

EOS (Swallow Coaches) will be diverting their commercial service 86 (Waltham Cross to Harlow) via Lower Nazeing with effect from 2nd January 2017. Revised route 86 timetable: route-86-revised-timetable-02-01-2017

Essex County Council notice c392-bus-service-jan-4th-2017

 

Public Consultation Joint Replacement Waste Local Plan

Proposed Modifications  public-notice-joint-replacement-waste-local-plan-proposed-modifications

 

December 2016 Updates

BUS SERVICE – THE LOSS OF SERVICE 392 AND 505 – FURTHER UPDATE

Epping Forest Community Transport will be providing a service on a commercial basis with effect from 4th January 2017.

Timetable route-ct392-new-timetable-04-01-2017

The Traffic Commissioner supports the new service : 

  • Passengers will have to pay a fare of £3.50 single or £5.00 return.
      
  • Concessionary bus passes will be accepted after 09:00 hours.

 The new CT392 / C392 service will operate between Tylers Cross and Rye Park via Broxbourne only.

 EOS (Swallow Coaches) will be diverting their commercial service 86 (Waltham Cross to Harlow) via Lower Nazeing with effect from 2nd January 2017. Revised route 86 timetable: route-86-revised-timetable-02-01-2017

Details from Essex County Council to follow.

 

Nazeing Parish Council Response to the Draft Local Plan npc-consultation-questionnaire-response

 

November 2016 Updates

Overnight road closures at Nazeing Crossroads public-notice-overnight-road-closures-at-traffic-lights

Cycling for Health Poster  poster-cycling-for-health-winter-2016

EFDC Domestic Abuse info poster  eppingforestdc-domestic-abuse-poster

Tesco’s Bags of Help scheme: sees the money raised by the 5p bag charge channelled into projects that support community participation in the development and use of open spaces. See www.groundwork.org.uk/tesco for details.

Voluntary Action Epping Forest – Keeping our community warm & well this winter  winter-warmth-16-17-public-poster

Introducing the Essex Energy Switch 2016      energy-switch-poster   energy-switch-article

A county wide collective aiming to help residents and small businesses save money on their energy bills is to be launched in the High Chelmer Shopping Centre on 6 December.

This year’s Essex Energy Switch is set to open on the same date, running until 14 February, giving residents an easy and hassle free option to find a better deal on their energy cost.

After successful switches over previous years, residents in Essex have saved over £2million through this scheme.

Residents are given the chance to register from the 6 December 2016 until 14 February 2017. Once registration has closed, energy providers will bid against one another to obtain the custom of those who have registered. The winning bidder will be whichever company offers the best prices.

This is a great opportunity for busy people who don’t have time to hunt around for the best offer. It is free to register for the Energy Switch and registrants are under no obligation to switch providers.

The prices offered will be based on the number of residents who register. This means that the more people who register their interest, the better the deal offered.

Whether or not you are happy with the price you currently pay for energy, you should give yourself the opportunity to cut down on your costs by registering for the switch. The process is quick and easy and comes at no cost making the decision a simple one.

To find out more and register for the Essex Energy Switch please visit: www.essex.gov.uk/energyswitch .

Residents who rely on oil for heating, can also make potential savings through a local collective oil buying scheme. More details are at: https://www.essexrcc.org.uk/Oil_Buying_Scheme.aspx .