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1 a) CIL and the use of Section 106

Description
Read our Developer Contributions Framework which aims to provide guidance on our requirements and approach to the use of both the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Section 106 (s106) agreements (including the provision of Affordable Housing), known as Planning Obligations.The Framework comprises a suite of documents and other guidance including the Council's charging schedule for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The Framework is intended to primarily be an online resource, with relevant sections updated as and when required, rather than being a single, static 'document'. From 1st December 2014, it will also replace the Council's Planning Obligations Supplementary Planning Document.

1 b) Section 106

Description
Read our Developer Contributions Framework which aims to provide guidance on our requirements and approach to the use of both the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Section 106 (s106) agreements (including the provision of Affordable Housing), known as Planning Obligations.The Framework comprises a suite of documents and other guidance including our charging schedule for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The Framework is intended to primarily be an online resource, with relevant sections updated as and when required, rather than being a single, static 'document'. From 1st December 2014, it will also replace our Planning Obligations Supplementary Planning Document.

1 Introduction: The Purpose of this Framework

Description
Read our Developer Contributions Framework which aims to provide guidance on our requirements and approach to the use of both the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Section 106 (s106) agreements (including the provision of Affordable Housing), known as Planning Obligations.The Framework comprises a suite of documents and other guidance including our charging schedule for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The Framework is intended to primarily be an online resource, with relevant sections updated as and when required, rather than being a single, static 'document'. From 1st December 2014, it will also replace our Planning Obligations Supplementary Planning Document.

2 The Policy Context: Overview

Description
The purpose of the Developer Contributions Framework is to provide guidance on Hertsmere Borough Council's requirements and approach to the use of both the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Section 106 (s106) agreements (including the provision of Affordable Housing), known as Planning Obligations.The Framework comprises a suite of documents and other guidance including the Council's charging schedule for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The Framework is intended to primarily be an online resource, with relevant sections updated as and when required, rather than being a single, static 'document'. From 1st December 2014, it will also replace the Council's Planning Obligations Supplementary Planning Document.

2019 European Election Results

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Details of the results for the European Union elections in the area of Hertsmere Borough Council for May 2019 as part of the European Parliamentary elections to the Eastern Region for 7 seats.

2019 European Elections

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Information on the European Parliamentary Elections 2019 for the East of England region in the area of Hertsmere Borough Council.

2019 European Elections Nominations and Notice of Poll

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Details of the persons nominated for the European Elections due to be held on the 23 May 2019.

2019 General Election

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Information on the UK Parliamentary Election (General Election) 12 December 2019 for the Hertsmere Constituency which covers parts of Hertsmere Borough Council.

2019 Local Election Agents

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Details of the Agents appointed by candidates by Ward for Hertsmere Borough Council elections May 2019.Note: Parish and town council candidates do not appoint Agents.

2019 Local Election Results

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Details of the results by Ward for Hertsmere Borough Council elections May 2019 and Aldenham Parish Council, Elstree & Borehamwood Town, Ridge Parish Council, Shenley Parish Council and South Mimms Parish Council.

2019 Local Election Statement of Persons Nominated and Notices of Poll

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Statements of the persons nominated for each of the wards for the 2 May 2019 Hertsmere Borough Council elections as well as the parish and town council elections including Aldenham Parish Council, Elstree & Borehamwood Town Council, Ridge Parish Council, Shenley Parish Council, South Mimms Parish Council.

2020 February By-Election Borehamwood Kenilworth Ward

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Information on the by-election 13 February 2020 for one member to represent Borehamwood Kenilworth Ward area of Hertsmere Borough Council.

2020 Independent Person recruitment

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Information for potential applicants for the role of Independent Person on the Standards Committee of Hertsmere Borough Council.

2020 Police & Crime Commissioner Election

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Information on the Hertfordshire Police & Crime Commissioner Election 2020 for the area of Hertsmere.

3 How this process fits into the Development Team Approach

Description
Read our Developer Contributions Framework which aims to provide guidance on Hertsmere Borough Council's requirements and approach to the use of both the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Section 106 (s106) agreements (including the provision of Affordable Housing), known as Planning Obligations.The Framework comprises a suite of documents and other guidance including our charging schedule for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The Framework is intended to primarily be an online resource, with relevant sections updated as and when required, rather than being a single, static 'document'. From 1st December 2014, it will also replace our Planning Obligations Supplementary Planning Document.

4 a) Community Infrastructure Levy Charging Areas

Description
Read our Developer Contributions Framework which aims to provide guidance on Hertsmere Borough Council's requirements and approach to the use of both the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Section 106 (s106) agreements (including the provision of Affordable Housing), known as Planning Obligations.The Framework comprises a suite of documents and other guidance including our charging schedule for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The Framework is intended to primarily be an online resource, with relevant sections updated as and when required, rather than being a single, static 'document'. From 1st December 2014, it will also replace ourPlanning Obligations Supplementary Planning Document.

4 b) Regulation 123 List

Description
Read our Developer Contributions Framework which aims to provide guidance on our requirements and approach to the use of both the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Section 106 (s106) agreements (including the provision of Affordable Housing), known as Planning Obligations.The Framework comprises a suite of documents and other guidance including our charging schedule for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The Framework is intended to primarily be an online resource, with relevant sections updated as and when required, rather than being a single, static 'document'. From 1st December 2014, it will also replace our Planning Obligations Supplementary Planning Document.

4 Hertsmere CIL Charging Schedule and Regulation 123 List

Description
The purpose of the Developer Contributions Framework is to provide guidance on Hertsmere Borough Council's requirements and approach to the use of both the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Section 106 (s106) agreements (including the provision of Affordable Housing), known as Planning Obligations.The Framework comprises a suite of documents and other guidance including the Council's charging schedule for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The Framework is intended to primarily be an online resource, with relevant sections updated as and when required, rather than being a single, static 'document'. From 1st December 2014, it will also replace the Council's Planning Obligations Supplementary Planning Document.

48 hour social media boycott from 9am today

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Information on our 48 hour social media blackout

5 a) Allocation of CIL expenditure in Hertsmere

Description
Read our Developer Contributions Framework which aims to provide guidance on Hertsmere Borough Council's requirements and approach to the use of both the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Section 106 (s106) agreements (including the provision of Affordable Housing), known as Planning Obligations.The Framework comprises a suite of documents and other guidance including the Council's charging schedule for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The Framework is intended to primarily be an online resource, with relevant sections updated as and when required, rather than being a single, static 'document'. From 1st December 2014, it will also replace the Council's Planning Obligations Supplementary Planning Document.

5 Allocation of CIL Expenditure: Regulatory Requirements

Description
Read our Developer Contributions Framework which aims to provide guidance on our requirements and approach to the use of both the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Section 106 (s106) agreements (including the provision of Affordable Housing), known as Planning Obligations.The Framework comprises a suite of documents and other guidance including our charging schedule for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The Framework is intended to primarily be an online resource, with relevant sections updated as and when required, rather than being a single, static 'document'. From 1st December 2014, it will also replace our Planning Obligations Supplementary Planning Document.

6 a) Open Space and Amenity

Description
The purpose of the Developer Contributions Framework is to provide guidance on Hertsmere Borough Council's requirements and approach to the use of both the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Section 106 (s106) agreements (including the provision of Affordable Housing), known as Planning Obligations.The Framework comprises a suite of documents and other guidance including the Council's charging schedule for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The Framework is intended to primarily be an online resource, with relevant sections updated as and when required, rather than being a single, static 'document'. From 1st December 2014, it will also replace the Council's Planning Obligations Supplementary Planning Document.

6 b) Employment and the local Economy

Description
The purpose of the Developer Contributions Framework is to provide guidance on Hertsmere Borough Council's requirements and approach to the use of both the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Section 106 (s106) agreements (including the provision of Affordable Housing), known as Planning Obligations.The Framework comprises a suite of documents and other guidance including the Council's charging schedule for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The Framework is intended to primarily be an online resource, with relevant sections updated as and when required, rather than being a single, static 'document'. From 1st December 2014, it will also replace the Council's Planning Obligations Supplementary Planning Document.

6 c) Air Quality

Description
The purpose of the Developer Contributions Framework is to provide guidance on Hertsmere Borough Council's requirements and approach to the use of both the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Section 106 (s106) agreements (including the provision of Affordable Housing), known as Planning Obligations.The Framework comprises a suite of documents and other guidance including the Council's charging schedule for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The Framework is intended to primarily be an online resource, with relevant sections updated as and when required, rather than being a single, static 'document'. From 1st December 2014, it will also replace the Council's Planning Obligations Supplementary Planning Document.

6 d) Trees

Description
The purpose of the Developer Contributions Framework is to provide guidance on Hertsmere Borough Council's requirements and approach to the use of both the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Section 106 (s106) agreements (including the provision of Affordable Housing), known as Planning Obligations.The Framework comprises a suite of documents and other guidance including the Council's charging schedule for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The Framework is intended to primarily be an online resource, with relevant sections updated as and when required, rather than being a single, static 'document'. From 1st December 2014, it will also replace the Council's Planning Obligations Supplementary Planning Document.

6 e) Community Safety

Description
The purpose of the Developer Contributions Framework is to provide guidance on Hertsmere Borough Council's requirements and approach to the use of both the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Section 106 (s106) agreements (including the provision of Affordable Housing), known as Planning Obligations.The Framework comprises a suite of documents and other guidance including the Council's charging schedule for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The Framework is intended to primarily be an online resource, with relevant sections updated as and when required, rather than being a single, static 'document'. From 1st December 2014, it will also replace the Council's Planning Obligations Supplementary Planning Document.

6 f) Parking and Travel Plans

Description
The purpose of the Developer Contributions Framework is to provide guidance on Hertsmere Borough Council's requirements and approach to the use of both the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Section 106 (s106) agreements (including the provision of Affordable Housing), known as Planning Obligations.The Framework comprises a suite of documents and other guidance including the Council's charging schedule for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The Framework is intended to primarily be an online resource, with relevant sections updated as and when required, rather than being a single, static 'document'. From 1st December 2014, it will also replace the Council's Planning Obligations Supplementary Planning Document.

6 g) Town Centres and Public Realm

Description
The purpose of the Developer Contributions Framework is to provide guidance on Hertsmere Borough Council's requirements and approach to the use of both the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Section 106 (s106) agreements (including the provision of Affordable Housing), known as Planning Obligations.The Framework comprises a suite of documents and other guidance including the Council's charging schedule for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The Framework is intended to primarily be an online resource, with relevant sections updated as and when required, rather than being a single, static 'document'. From 1st December 2014, it will also replace the Council's Planning Obligations Supplementary Planning Document.

6 h) Monitoring and Administration

Description
The purpose of the Developer Contributions Framework is to provide guidance on Hertsmere Borough Council's requirements and approach to the use of both the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Section 106 (s106) agreements (including the provision of Affordable Housing), known as Planning Obligations.The Framework comprises a suite of documents and other guidance including the Council's charging schedule for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The Framework is intended to primarily be an online resource, with relevant sections updated as and when required, rather than being a single, static 'document'. From 1st December 2014, it will also replace the Council's Planning Obligations Supplementary Planning Document.

6 Possible s106 contributions and indicative calculations of potential costs

Description
Read our Developer Contributions Framework is to provide guidance on our requirements and approach to the use of both the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Section 106 (s106) agreements (including the provision of Affordable Housing), known as Planning Obligations.The Framework comprises a suite of documents and other guidance including our charging schedule for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The Framework is intended to primarily be an online resource, with relevant sections updated as and when required, rather than being a single, static 'document'. From 1st December 2014, it will also replace our Planning Obligations Supplementary Planning Document.

7 a) Off-site provision of Affordable Housing

Description
The purpose of the Developer Contributions Framework is to provide guidance on Hertsmere Borough Council's requirements and approach to the use of both the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Section 106 (s106) agreements (including the provision of Affordable Housing), known as Planning Obligations.The Framework comprises a suite of documents and other guidance including the Council's charging schedule for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The Framework is intended to primarily be an online resource, with relevant sections updated as and when required, rather than being a single, static 'document'. From 1st December 2014, it will also replace the Council's Planning Obligations Supplementary Planning Document.

7 Affordable Housing

Description
Read our Developer Contributions Framework which aims to provide guidance on our requirements and approach to the use of both the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Section 106 (s106) agreements (including the provision of Affordable Housing), known as Planning Obligations.The Framework comprises a suite of documents and other guidance including our charging schedule for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The Framework is intended to primarily be an online resource, with relevant sections updated as and when required, rather than being a single, static 'document'. From 1st December 2014, it will also replace our Planning Obligations Supplementary Planning Document.

8 a) Financial and Legal Matters

Description
Read our Developer Contributions Framework which aims to provide guidance on our requirements and approach to the use of both the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Section 106 (s106) agreements (including the provision of Affordable Housing), known as Planning Obligations.The Framework comprises a suite of documents and other guidance including pir charging schedule for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The Framework is intended to primarily be an online resource, with relevant sections updated as and when required, rather than being a single, static 'document'. From 1st December 2014, it will also replace our Planning Obligations Supplementary Planning Document.

8 The Hertsmere approach to s106 agreements and unilateral undertakings

Description
Read our Developer Contributions Framework which aims to provide guidance on our requirements and approach to the use of both the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Section 106 (s106) agreements (including the provision of Affordable Housing), known as Planning Obligations.The Framework comprises a suite of documents and other guidance including our charging schedule for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The Framework is intended to primarily be an online resource, with relevant sections updated as and when required, rather than being a single, static 'document'. From 1st December 2014, it will also replace our Planning Obligations Supplementary Planning Document.

9 a) Primary School

Description
Read our Developer Contributions Framework which aims to provide guidance on our requirements and approach to the use of both the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Section 106 (s106) agreements (including the provision of Affordable Housing), known as Planning Obligations.The Framework comprises a suite of documents and other guidance including our charging schedule for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The Framework is intended to primarily be an online resource, with relevant sections updated as and when required, rather than being a single, static 'document'. From 1st December 2014, it will also replace our Planning Obligations Supplementary Planning Document.

9 b) Health Facility

Description
Read our Developer Contributions Framework which aims to provide guidance on our requirements and approach to the use of both the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Section 106 (s106) agreements (including the provision of Affordable Housing), known as Planning Obligations.The Framework comprises a suite of documents and other guidance including our charging schedule for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The Framework is intended to primarily be an online resource, with relevant sections updated as and when required, rather than being a single, static 'document'. From 1st December 2014, it will also replace our Planning Obligations Supplementary Planning Document.

9. Approach to S106 and Elstree Way Corridor

Description
The purpose of the Developer Contributions Framework is to provide guidance on Hertsmere Borough Council's requirements and approach to the use of both the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and Section 106 (s106) agreements (including the provision of Affordable Housing), known as Planning Obligations.The Framework comprises a suite of documents and other guidance including the Council's charging schedule for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). The Framework is intended to primarily be an online resource, with relevant sections updated as and when required, rather than being a single, static 'document'. From 1st December 2014, it will also replace the Council's Planning Obligations Supplementary Planning Document.

A - Z of Recycling

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Browse our A-Z list of different recyclable items and materials and see which bin they should be placed in. Also find out about reusing and donating items.

A lesson in democracy

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A press release about our 13th annual Youth Conference, which gives local schoolchildren a unique and highly creative opportunity to find out more about local democracy.

A South Mimms parish councillor resigns

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Press release about the resignation of a South Mimms parish councillor

Abandoned vehicles

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How to report an abandoned vehicle in Hertsmere

About Controlled Parking Zones (CPZ's)

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Controlled parking zones and permits in Hertsmere - find out how to recognise a controlled zone, how you can park there and parking with a blue badge.

About Council Tax support

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Apply for Council Tax support - see if you're eligible to pay less Council Tax, when it would start and read about the council tax support scheme 2019/20.

About elections

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About elections and the register

About Let with Hertsmere

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Let your property with Hertsmere - get in touch if you have a property you want to let out, find out about our 3 schemes, the benefits and about our team.

About our car parks

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Car parks in Hertsmere - find out how to pay, car park opening hours, using our car parks and information for blue badge holders.

About Parking enforcement

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Parking enforcement information in Hertsmere - find out about the 10 minute entitlement, video badges on our officers and parking for motorcycles.

About Penalty Charge Notices

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Penalty Charge Notice - find out why you could receive a fine, how much the fines are, and how to pay and contest them.

About your area

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Areas in Hertsmere - find out information on the local areas of Aldenham, Borehamwood, Bushey, Elstree, Potters Bar and Radlett.

About your benefit claim

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View information on how to appeal for housing benefit and council tax support, how to backdate a benefit claim, local housing allowance, overpayment of Housing benefit.

Access to Information

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Your rights under the Freedom of Information Act, Data Protection Act and Environmental Information Regulations.

Accessibility

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Accessibility options

Accessibility

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This website has been designed to be accessible and inclusive to as many people as possible.

Action Planning

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Information on Hertsmere economic development action plan

Adjustments to public meetings and events during coronavirus outbreak

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Press release on the latest update from the council in relation to service delivery as we respond to the challenges presented by the coronavirus outbreak.

Affinity Sutton

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External website to Affinity Sutton housing providers

Affordable Housing SPD

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The Affordable Housing Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) is to provide clear policy advice to ensure the delivery of affordable homes in the borough.

Agendas and minutes

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The agendas and minutes for the Local Strategic Partnership meetings.

Alcohol and entertainment Licensing

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Information about alcohol and entertainment licensing and how to apply.

Aldenham

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Information about the village of Aldenham

Aldenham Parish Council by election

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Information about Aldenham Parish Council by election

Aldenham Parish Councillor resigns

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Aldenham Parish Councillor resigns.

All council spending over 500 in 2018/19

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Every month we publish all the invoices we have paid which are over £500. Find out about council spending in 2018/19.

All Council spending over 500 in 201920

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All Council spending over 500 in 201920

All Council Spending Over 500 in 2020-21

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All Council Spending Over 500 in 202021

Allotments

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Allotments in Hertsmere - find out where the sites are, their sizes and fees, and other sites are available locally from parish councils and associations.

Allum Lane Cemetery

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Allum Lane Cemetery prices - see new weekend opening times during Coronavirus, funeral information, about burials and graves and the memorial garden.

Allum Lane Cemetery FAQ's

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Allum Lane Cemetery - find out about the types of graves available, who can buy a grave, finding funeral directors, when plaques can be placed and more!

Allum Lane Cemetery Fees and Forms

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Allum Lane Cemetery prices - find out the prices of new graves, re-opening graves, memorial benches and rose plaques, plus application forms.

Animal boarding licence

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Information about animal boarding establishment licences and how to apply.

Animal Licensing

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Information about the various licences needed to breed, keep or sell animals, and how to apply for them.

Animal welfare

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Information about animal welfare and cruelty to animals.

Annual Canvass

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Information about the Annual Canvass

Appendix A (garage conversions) to Planning and Design Guide Part E

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When planning permission is granted for many newer developments, a condition is quite often attached to the permission restricting the use of the garage to vehicle storage only. Where such a condition exists, anyone wishing to convert their garage to a habitable room would need to apply for planning permission.

Appendix A (garage conversions) to Planning and Design Guide Part E

Description
When planning permission is granted for many newer developments, a condition is quite often attached to the permission restricting the use of the garage to vehicle storage only. Where such a condition exists, anyone wishing to convert their garage to a habitable room would need to apply for planning permission.

Application For A Film Classification

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Application For A Film ClassificationHow to classify your filmFilms that are to be shown to a public audience must be given a classification rating.

Apply for a licence

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Information on all the licenses provided us.

Apply for a Local Authority Search

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Requesting searches from Hertsmere couldn't be easier with their Public Access for Land Charges system (PALC). Find out how to submit, how much it will cost & how long it will take.

Apply for housing

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An external link to the Herts Choice Homes website to apply for housing.

Apply for planning permission

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Find out how to apply for planning permission in Hertsmere, application fees and how to pay.

Are you homeless or about to become homeless?

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Homeless in Hertsmere - find out what the council can do to help you if you are homeless or about to become homeless and call our team for more information.

Article 4 Directions - Conservation

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Article 4 Directions remove some, or all, of the permitted development rights of particular buildings. This means that some forms of development that are normally permitted would require full planning application.

Article 4 Directions - Hertsmere Employment Areas

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Read changes to local planning regulations restricting 'permitted development rights' which allow offices and some buildings to be converted into housing.

Asking questions at council meetings

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How to put forward questions to meetings of the full council

Assistance Scheme

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Assistance scheme - if you're supported by our homeless prevention team, this scheme is for you! Find out about our cash or bond deposit and what's included.

Attending Licensing Sub-Committee hearings

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Information about attending Licensing Sub-Committee hearings

Authority Monitoring Reports

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Read our Authority Monitoring Report and find out the implementation and impact of planning policies. Older reports can also be viewed.

Backdating a benefit claim

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Find out how to backdate a Housing Benefit or Council Tax Support claim, the reasons for claiming a backdate and what happens next.

Become a Hertsmere Councillor

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Information about how to stand for election and become a councillor.

Benefit Cap

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Benefits Cap - find out about it, how much is the cap, if it applies to you using the Benefits Cap Calculator and get more information.

Bhaktivedanta Manor planning brief SPD

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The brief has been prepared by us in consultation with the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) to provide a clear plan for the future development of Bhaktivedanta Manor. It has been adopted as a Supplementary Planning Document.

Bin collection service updates

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Bin collection changes during Coronavirus - find out about your blue box being suspended, closure of household waste and recycling centres and collections.

Bin collections

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Biodiversity and Trees Supplementary Planning Document (SPD)

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This Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) details the local wildlife sites in the borough. It also provides details on habitat creation and maintenance and the protection of trees throughout the development process.

Black bin

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Black bins are for general rubbish that can't be recycled. Find out what can and can't go in your black bin and order a larger bin for your household.

Blue badges (external link)

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In Hertfordshire, blue badges are issued through Hertfordshire County Council's Health and Community Services.

Blue box

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A blue box is for recycling paper. Find out what can go in your blue box from newspapers to magazines and what can't including wet wipes and wrapping paper.

Bonfires

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Guidance and law about Bonfires

Book a large household item collection

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Book a collection of larger household items such as beds, mattresses and other furniture from your property. Find the costs involved and how to book.
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