Colney Heath Parish Council are sad to announce the death of our clerk John Dean on Friday the 10th of July.
Our Deputy Clerk, Kim Parker-Mead will be available at the parish office and will deal with any queries as promptly as possible.
Welcome to the website of Colney Heath Parish Council.
Our council is made up of 9 members covering Highfield, Hill End and Colney Heath wards. Details of your councillors can be viewed here. We currently have one vacancy for a ward member to represent Colney Heath Ward. Please contact the Clerk for more details if you wish to become a co-opted member.
The parish of Colney Heath embraces a wide area of the district of St Albans and you can view a map of the parish boundary here.
Colney Heath lies within the “Colneys”, a name given to the two parishes of similar name located off the M25 near junction 22, which contain 67 acres of common and the Colne and Ellenbrook Rivers. To the north-east, the parish is dissected by the A414 main trunk dual carriageway route to Hatfield (known as the North Orbital). London Colney is a separate parish.
Colney Heath Neighbourhood Plan: Survey 1
The Parish Neighbourhood Plan is probably the most important document that we’ve ever developed: once approved, it will become a legally binding document. If you are a Resident, Business or Organisation based in our Parish, this is an opportunity to have a major influence on The Plan. Here are the links to the first series of two surveys we are undertaking:-
Over the forthcoming weeks we plan to add more features to the site and invite local clubs, groups and organisations to register links to the site or provide details to be included on our information pages.
Colney Heath Parish Council is responsible for:-
- The Common and access, including Furze Field and Warren Track
- Parish-owned buildings within the village
- The Allotments at Gloucester Park
- Play areas throughout the parish
- Community Park – a public open space and wildlife habitat
- Riparian ownership of the river Colne passing through the Common
- High Street Recreation area and Pavilion
- Notice Boards
- Bus Shelters - some 13 of them
- Harvester’s Dog Walk
- Charles Morris Hall and Recreation area
- Upkeep and various duties within the enclosed graveyard
- Publication of a quarterly parish magazine delivered free to all residents
- Dog waste bins in the parish
- Waste bins in the parish
The work of the council is controlled through a series of committees reporting to the council meetings. Further details can be found on the links and information pages.