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Please note: we are updating CGRA policy to comply with the revised General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which becomes enforceable on May 25th 2018.
Events coming up in Croxley Green
Once we have some new events coming up we will post these on the website
Latest News on Croxley Danes School planning application:
Public meeting held by CGRA on 2nd Nov further details here Croxley Danes School
Notes for the November's 2017 TRDC Local Area Forum can be viewed here.
Residents Association meetings are held at the library.
2018/19 meeting Dates:
Monday 11th June 2018 starting at 8 pm
Monday 10th Sept 2018 starting at 8 pm
Monday 14th January 2019 starting at 8 pm
Monday 11th March 2019 starting at 8 pm
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Aims of the Croxley Green Residents Association
Croxley Green - Protect the amenities of our local area. Prevent the erosion of the local Green Belt. Protect and promote the identity, integrity and sustainability of the area. Take action upon matters relating to the civic and social welfare of the area. Improve communication between TRDC, the Parish Council and other relevant local authorities and the members of the Association. Provide regular information to members of the Association and consult with them as appropriate. Identify under-represented groups and try to involve them in the Association’s activities. To include support for local youth-orientated activities, clubs and facilities, encouraging youth engagement with local and wider communities. Work to curb unnecessary local Government expenditure. Stimulate the interest of residents and businesses in the welfare of the area. Provide a medium through which members may express their views on matters of local interest. Work with existing local organisations in the locality of the area, including neighbouring Residents’ Associations. Raise the profile of the Association