Parking on Moor Park

Parking on Moor Park One of the features of the Estate is that there is very little on-road parking. Although most of the Estate roads are private, traffic regulations apply in Moor Park, as elsewhere. There is no right, even for residents, to park on Estate roads and...

Planning Applications

Planning applications for demolitions, rebuilding, extensions and other development work to Moor Park properties should be sent to Three Rivers District Council (TRDC) planning department to make their decision on each application, and also be sent to the Planning...

New Tree Planting

New tree planting – it’s your choice Each year, Moor Park residents see diseased trees being taken down, new ones planted and top-heavy trees being lopped and trimmed.  For example in 2019, 26 trees were felled, 46 were trimmed and 42 new ones were planted. Moor...

Planning in the Moor Park

Planning in the Moor Park Conservation Area Moor Park Estate has the status of a Conservation Area. This has significant implications for planning applications made by residents, architects, developers and builders proposing property changes including demolitions,...

Annual General Meeting 2019

The Annual General Meeting of Moor Park (1958) Limited was held on 10 April 2019. The minutes of the meeting of 11 April 2018 were approved. The Report and Accounts for the year ending 30 September 2018 were presented, reported on and approved. The auditors, Leftley...

Newsletter November 2020

_______________________ Moor Park Newsletter _______________________ This newsletter brings together useful information for all residents belonging to the Moor Park community In This Issue ABOUT US ETHOS POLICIES: REFRESHER NEXTDOOR: THE GOOD, BAD AND UGLY COMMUNITY...

Gardening Hours & Noise

The Moor Park (1958) Ltd office receives many complaints from residents on the days and hours worked by professional gardeners employed by residents, and also on the noise created by various types of garden machinery. In recent weeks the volume of complaints has...

Roads Repair Delay

The resurfacing of two Moor Park private roads was programmed to take place in October 2019. However, the contractors engaged for the resurfacing are unable to take on this work now because of weather conditions delaying other commitments. The laying of new surfaces...

GDPR Statement

GDPR for Moor Park (1958) Limited Statement Moor Park (1958) Limited and its website (www.moorpark1958.co.uk) accepts and responds to the need for privacy of personal data of its Members, staff, clients and customers. The Company Privacy Policy obtains and uses...

Road Resurfacing

The road re-surfacing programme for Moor Park began in 2016 with new surfaces for Russell Road and Wolsey Road. In 2017 it was the turn of Askew Road, Sandy Lodge Road and Sandy Lodge Lane. In 2018, in the third stage, North Approach and South Approach were given new...

Income & Expenditure 2017-18

A detailed record of the Company’s accounts can be obtained from the document, Annual Report & Accounts 2017, sent to all Members prior to the Annual General Meeting in April 2018. The Report  includes statements from the chairman and the directors. Additional...

Viewing and Building Fees

Before any building work can begin, an owner is required to pay to the Company a building levy which is a pre-condition of the Company’s consent. The purpose of the building levy is to protect the estate’s roads and verges from damage caused by contractors and their...