Both Dacorum Borough Council's and Three Rivers District Council's Local Plans will lead to development on multiple GREEN BELT SITES in and around Kings Langley
Please read on to find out how you can help save our Green Belt
The sites proposed for development in kings langley
At Numbers Farm, Egg Farm Lane - 893 dwellings plus a primary school
At Woodlands Road, off Hyde Lane - 62 dwellings
At the Flower House - 19 dwellings
Download our Newsletter which provides useful information on the plan here.
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100 Club results for the January draw
1st Prize number 02
2nd Prize number 65
3rd Prize number 60
4th Prize number 10
5th Prize number 33
The draw was made by Val Daley of Froxx.
1st prize this month: £96.25.
Please help us
In order to fight development on Kings Langley's green field Green Belt we will need to employ professional help which of course costs a lot of money. If you can support us by donating whatever you can, please click the donate button on this page or for other ways to donate go to our Get involved page.
Please see our information page for past green belt matters articles
We said: "If you don't want to see a 40% increase in the size of Kings Langley, you need to comment." And you did!
For more than 20 years, The KINGS LANGLEY & DISTRICT RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION (KL&DRA) has been working tirelessly to preserve the character and historic setting of our village.
In the past we have encouraged villagers to write to Three Rivers District Council (TRDC) and object to the proposed Moto motorway services area on the A41 , just off J20 of the M25. Over 1,600 objections were received by TRDC and the Council reacted to this huge local response by refusing the application.
The KL&DRA also encouraged villagers to respond to Dacorum Borough Council's (DBC) Local Plan which included 145 additional houses on Green belt land at Rectory Farm. Many other residents within the DBC area also responded by objecting to the proposed sites in the plan and DBC subsequently withdrew the plan and are now reconsidering it.
Most recently, we asked residents to respond to TRDC's Local Plan Consultation, which closed on 20 August 2021.
The great news is that many residents and interested groups responded resulting in the council receiving more than 20,000 individual comments. TRDC now has to process and consider the public feedback, make amendments to the plan and then publish the next stage which will be subject to another public consultation opportunity. The council has stated the next publication date as November / December 2022, so we have a long time to wait and see whether the changes increase or decrease the housing allocation in Kings Langley. The main point to bear in mind is that the threat to Kings Langley’s Green Belt has not gone away. As ever, the KL&DRA will continue to monitor all planning matters that affect Kings Langley and will ensure residents are kept informed.
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The KL&DRA has a 100 Club to help pay for ongoing expenses such as website charges and internet costs, membership of associated organisations and expenses. Members pay £5 per month for each number by standing order and can have as many numbers as they wish. The total amount received each month is split 50/50 between the Association and the prize fund from which 5 prizes will be drawn. The amount of each prize is a percentage of the total received ranging from 25% for the first prize to 3% for the fifth.
If you would like to support the Association this way please email firstname.lastname@example.org with how many numbers you would like and we will send you the membership form and payment details.
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