Elstree Way Corridor Area Action Plan consultation meetings at Maxwell Park Community Centre

Borehamwood Times: A long running campaign has been fought to preserve the centre from development A long running campaign has been fought to preserve the centre from development

Members of the public will meet to air their views on development in the town at a community centre whose future hangs in the balance.

Maxwell Park Community Centre in Borehamwood could be demolished after Hertfordshire County Council earmarked it as a possible site for a school in the Elstree Way Corridor Area Action Plan.

The action plan is currently up for consultation and the centre in Maxwell Road is hosting two public meetings to enable people to find out more and express their views on the plans. 

Open to everyone who uses the centre, as well as the residents of Bullhead Road, Foster House and surrounding areas, the meetings will take place on Friday at 7.30pm and on Monday, March 24 at 10.30am.

Forms will be available at the meetings for people to register their views on the action plan before the closing date of March 31.

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11:56am Tue 11 Mar 14

david Burcombe says...

lets hope we can save it
lets hope we can save it david Burcombe
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2:09pm Sun 16 Mar 14

sj6 says...

I hope so too.
I don't think that there is anywhere left in Borehamwood that has these kind of facilities. The new Community Centre in Shenley Road can only cope with so much yet, the council still want to squash more into it.
Most of the youth clubs were closed on the promise of better facilities at the new centre yet it seems they will be lucky to get 3 nights per week so much for increased facilities. It will probably be the same for every other group at Maxwell Park.
Hopefully Maxwell Park Community Centre will stay but I really wonder if there will be enough people willing or able to fight for this cause. I certainly hope so.
I hope so too. I don't think that there is anywhere left in Borehamwood that has these kind of facilities. The new Community Centre in Shenley Road can only cope with so much yet, the council still want to squash more into it. Most of the youth clubs were closed on the promise of better facilities at the new centre yet it seems they will be lucky to get 3 nights per week so much for increased facilities. It will probably be the same for every other group at Maxwell Park. Hopefully Maxwell Park Community Centre will stay but I really wonder if there will be enough people willing or able to fight for this cause. I certainly hope so. sj6
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