Welcome

The Highfield Parish Office is open every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10am – 12.30pm. Contact Details:-

Clerk: Lisa Chaplin clerk@colneyheathparishcouncil.gov.uk

Finance Officer: Michele Gilbert mgilbert@colneyheathparishcouncil.gov.uk

Telephone: 01727 825314

Please note all calls are recorded for training and monitoring purposes.

FOR COMMUNITY BUS PLACES PLEASE CALL Debbie Fulwell on 01727 824185.

Full Council Meeting

Notice is hereby given of a Full Council Meeting to be held on THURSDAY 6th December 2018 at the Community Room, Colney Heath Village Hall, Colney Heath at 7.30pm.

Members of the public & press are invited to attend this meeting. On occasion it may become necessary to discuss items ‘in committee’. These exempt items must exclude members of the public and press. A list of exempt item topics can be obtained from the Parish Office.

Click here to read the agenda document. pdf

Official Opening of Roestock Park

Click here to view poster.pdf

Community Christmas Lunch & Carols for the over 60’s

St Marks Church on Tuesday 11th December at 12.30pm.

Booking required. Click here for the poster and booking form .

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.

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).

Colney Heath Parish Council is responsible for:-

  • The Common and access, including Furze Field and Warren Track
  • Parish-owned buildings within the village
  • Play areas – Roestock, Smallford, Tyttenhanger & Sleapshyde
  • Community Park – a public open space and wildlife habitat
  • Riparian ownership of the river Colne passing through the Common
  • The High Street Pavilion and pitches
  • Notice Boards
  • Bus Shelters
  • Harvester’s Dog Walk
  • Custodian Trustees of Charles Morris Hall
  • Maintenance of the closed graveyard
  • Dog 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.