Citizens Advice East Herts Scam Advice

Citizens Advice East Herts can help if you are worried about scams. Citizens Advice offers free, confidential, independent and impartial advice to anyone. We work in your local area and are mainly staffed by volunteers.
We give information and advice to people to help solve their problems. We also work to make life better by campaigning locally and nationally on the issues that keep causing problems.

Citizen’s Advice East Herts – Here to help

Since 23 March, we have helped 2,396 clients – 36% more than the same time period last year – with advice on a range of issues. Employment continues to be the top issue for clients, with advice needed on furlough and redundancy etc. We are also continuing to help with practical support such as Foodbank referrals and local community links and are working with East Herts Police and other local Citizens Advice to raise awareness of Covid-related scams.

Speed Management Strategy 2020

The Local Transport Plan sets out how the County Council intends to provide for safe and efficient travel, catering for all forms of transport. The Speed Management Strategy is a supporting document to this and sets out a consistent approach to setting speed limits along with guidance for implementing traffic calming measures and speed cameras.

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Pedestrian Crossing Feasibility Study Report

A copy of the report investigating the feasibility of placing a pedestrian crossing on the A507 in Cottered is attached.

Guide To Safer And Successful Events – New Way To Notify

East Herts Safety Advisory Group (SAG) would like to know if you are organising an event as they can provide a one stop shop providing advice on running a safe and successful event. Click on the link for further information.

New Homes Bonus

An update on the New Homes Bonus is available via this link.

Buntingford Community Bus Service (BCAT)

Coming to Cottered and Throcking EVERY MONDAY Starting on 1st October 2018.
Please click on the links for a guide to times and pick up points.

Details of the full service can be found on the Buntingford Town Council website https://www.buntingford-tc.gov.uk/bcat.html 

Car Boot Sales

If you are planning a Car Boot Sale as part of any event you are organising you will need to obtain a licence. An explanatory letter and application form are available by clicking on these links. (Updated March 2016)