April 2016 Spring Newsletter

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Posted by Coordinator | Posted in Event, General Information, Local Web Links, Nature Trail Improvements, Nature Watch, Uncategorized | Posted on 16-04-2016

April Newsletter 2016

April showers! Spring has arrived.

Bluebell Watch – Bluebells are now in bloom in Henry and Birchall Woods. It should peak in  a weeks time.  Enjoy.

Reports are coming in about bluebells display in Panshanger Park and Lamers Wood.

Nature Trail (NT) – FoM handed the footpath maintenance back to Finesse in Dec 2012. As no path maintenance was carried out, FoM secured 2 tranches of HCC Community funds for Phase 1 & 2 path repairs last year.

  • Phase 1 was completed in Oct 2015 for £2000 by a subcontractor engaged by Finesse.
  • Phase 2  Finesse Leisure carried out the repairs in this phase for £1500. Work was done on 16 March. Sadly the standard of the repair was poor. Finesse responded to the feedback and rectified the uneven lumpy surface on 7 April. Our thanks to Cllr Sara Johnson for the funding and to Finesse for the repairs.
  • Future repairs – Please email us photos of the footpaths that still require attention.
  • Volunteers – Following December 2015’s appeal, one kind volunteer responded. We need more. Can you spare a couple of hours to help spread the remaining wood chips?  Finesse is very short staff. Bring a friend or two.
  • FoM’s ultimate aim request is for an all weather path like KGV Playing Fields.
  • Email moneyholepark@gmail.com .

Departure – Emily Nicholls sadly has left as Moneyhole’s Finesse contact last month. She shall be missed. Our thanks and best wishes to her as Stanborough Park’s General Manager.

Andy Carr is her replacement contact for all Moneyhole issues. His email is a.carr@finesseleisure.com.

Park Maintenance - Neil Stevens is the current maintenance supervisor. Please contact Neil  ( N.Stevens@finesseleisure.com ) on all maintenance issues around the park such as fallen trees, branches, broken benches or other park furniture. Please CC Andy Carr and FoM

Park Angels – As always our big thanks to all the unsung park angels who pick litter in the park & woods.

Dog & Litter Bins – A dog bin by the Pavilion was removed. BEWARE a small part of the metal pole is still above the ground. FoM is seeking it’s reinstatement. Do report any damaged or overflowing bins to Serco and Finesse for action. See emails at the end.

Branches & sticks – A reminder. Please do not leave these on the fields as these damage Finesse’s grass mower blades. This is a request from Finesse.

Friends of Panshanger Park (FoPP) .

Heritage Walks 2016

Walks led by members of the Friends will start at 2pm from Thieves Lane car park on the following Sundays:

24th April, 29th May, 26th June, 31st July, 28th August, 25th September & 30th October

The walks are 3½ miles (6km) long, taking in the Panshanger Oak ,and will last 2—2½ hours.

If you would like to join one of their walks please mail – friendsofpanshangerpark@gmail.com

Visit www.friendsofpanshangerpark.co.uk

Friends of the Mimram – their aim is to protect and improve the River Mimram, one of the world’s 200 rare chalk streams. To volunteer, visit http://www.friendsofthemimram.co.uk/

Central Hertfordshire Green Corridor Group (CHGCG) – FoM attended the inaugural meeting on 08 February to promote the benefits of the vital east-west green corridor through Hertfordshire. This corridor borders Panshanger and Moneyhole Park. FoM fully supports the Green Corridor concept.

 PRESS RELEASE 25 January 2016

A new Central Hertfordshire Green Corridor Group (CHGCG) has been formed to promote the benefits of the vital east-west green corridor through Hertfordshire.

The Group will provide specialist focus and advice on Heritage, Ecology, Access, Development and Green Belt issues.

CHGGC is initially looking at the strategic green corridor north of the A414 between Stanborough and Hertford.

The Group’s focus is to:

  • Raise public awareness of the sustainable opportunities and benefits generated by a well-planned green corridor and its role in facilitating ecosystem services.
  • Ensure that wildlife has a wide enough corridor so that it can move freely through countryside, towns and villages as it adapts to climate change.
  • Promote and lobby for improvements to the green corridor within planning authorities and councils.
  • Engage with landowners and developers on an individual and landscape/corridor wide scale.
  • Respond to development proposals as appropriate.
  • Identify projects that collectively maintain and enhance the benefits of the green corridor.
  • Share specialist knowledge and improve communications.

CHGCG’s spokesman David Farmer said:

 “Our Group will add significantly to the debate on how the County should develop. We expect development but it must be carefully planned and located. Better engagement by planners and developers with the wider community and its wealth of knowledge is the best way to achieve acceptable and sustainable change. Care needs Central Hertfordshire Green Corridor Group Heritage – Ecology – Access – Development – Green Belt”

For more information contact – centralhertsgreencorridor@gmail.com 75 Sylvandale, Welwyn Garden City AL7 2HT

Tarmac Birchall Garden Surburb – The second public roadshow was held on the 11 March.

The revised proposal still fails to fully address the infrastructure issues from transport, sewage, medical to leisure facilities for 2500 homes (5 – 6000 pop). The Northern (East Herts) proposal include gravel extraction very close to existing homes and Moneyhole Park. FoM have grave concerns that the scale of BGS can cause the ancient Henry & Birchall Woods to become sterile areas. The current proposal do not support a realistic Central Herts Green Corridor during and after the development.

Panshanger People (PP)- Visit  PP website for more update and information – http://panshangerpeople.org.uk/  Their contact email – panshangerpeople@gmail.com

Panshanger Community News – Email us if you have any local news or community events.

Park Photos – send us your park photos to share.

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FoM website administrator and organiser – Can you help to run the Community Newsletter and/or the website updates?

Ideas and volunteers are wanted.

Useful emails

Date: 16 April 2016

December 2015 Newsletter

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Posted by Coordinator | Posted in Anti Social Behaviour ASB, General Information, Local Web Links, Nature Trail Improvements | Posted on 14-12-2015

December Newsletter 2015

What an unseasonably mild but wet winter so far. It’s that time of the year to take stock.

WHBC Green Chain Link – FoM attended the Local Plan Green Chain Workshop on 07 July to create an East West green chain link for walkers and wildlife.

Proposed Green Chain Link

FoM’s key responses were:

  • 1 Strategic Green Infrastructure link – TheFriends of Moneyhole Park (FoM) welcome and support the proposal to create a Green Chain link from the West ( Stanborough)  to the East via Green Lane (POW path), Moneyhole Park and Panshanger Park. This will fill the gap in the town.
  • 2 Eastern Green Link – This proposal  formalises the current public rights of way.
  • 3 Lafarge Additional SE Green Link – In principle, we support a Lafarge’s proposal for another additional Green Link path from Commons Woods through their land to Panshanger Park via Birchall Farm and Woods subject to their plans.
  • 4 Northern Green Link is missing from the consultation proposal. There should be a Northern route from Moneyhole Park to Tewin and Welwyn North. There are current rights of way and existing footpaths to these villages.
  • 5 Mimram Valley Green Chain Link - Another route is missed off the consultation plan.
  • 6 Moneyhole Park – Panshanger Park link – FoM has already secured agreement and funding to improve the Nature Trail around Moneyhole Park. See below

Nature Trail (NT) – FoM obtained 2 tranches of HCC Community funds for repairs to the paths.

  • Phase 1 Competed early October 2015  £2000 from the 2014/15 HCC Community Fund was given for emergency repairs to badly damaged sections along Birchall Farm & Wyton NT.  Scrappings (stone chippings) were laid in the worst affected sections. Wood chips were used on some sections over the foundations laid by FoM volunteers in the 2009.
  • Phase 2 Start Date TBA  £1500 was given from the 2015/16 HCC Community Fund. Finesse will advise FoM the start date in the new year. The PoW Green Lane/Causeway/Allotment/Moneyhole muddy junction is part of Phase 2 repairs. The white tree markings of 2, 21, 22 etc denote the sections to be improved.
  • Volunteers – Can you spare a couple of hours to help spread the remaining wood chips?  Finesse  is very short staff. Bring a friend or two. Email moneyholepark@gmail.com .
  • The original FoM request for an all weather path like KGV Playing Fields is still our ultimate aim.

New extended carpark – FoM welcome the long awaited promised car park extension completed on 11 Dec 15. 27 new spaces were added.

New noticeboard – We welcome any community posters, notices or news. Lost and found messages can be posted too. The old damaged noticeboard has yet to be removed by Finesse. Ideas for re-use are welcomed.

Park Maintenance - Neil Stevens is the maintenance supervisor. Please contact Neil  (N.Stevens@finesseleisure.com) on maintenance issues around the park including fallen trees, branches, broken benches or other park furniture.

Park Angels -Huge thanks once again to the unsung park angels picking litter in the park & woods for several years.

Dog & Litter Bins – An additional dog bin was installed this year by the play area. Our thanks goes to the folks who diligently empty the dog and litter bins for us. Do report any overflowing bins to Serco and Finesse for action. See emails at the end.

Branches & sticks – Dogs love them but sadly damage the expensive mower blades. Finesse has kindly asked dog owners not to leave sticks and branches behind in the park.

Arson – A noticeable rise this year in small fires started in park and woods. Usually over the Spring and Summer holidays. Luckily, only one small patch of Henry Woods suffered serious damage. Please report  any suspicious fires immediately to the police and fire services.

Trail Bikes – Sadly these bikers pose a danger to walkers, dogs and children in the woods and park. Please call 101 immediately to apprehend these offenders. Damage to the footpaths were partly caused by these bikers in the wet months.

Benches – two broken benches were repaired this summer. Kindly report any acts of vandalism to the police and Neil Stevens of Finesse. Copy FoM so that we can monitor the progress.

Friends of Panshanger Park (FoPP) AGM was held on 17 November. It was a great turnout. There are ongoing discussions with Tarmac to link the Eastern route to the West. Access to the famous Panshanger Oak was granted this year but only from the Western route. Visit www.friendsofpanshangerpark.co.uk Email friendsofpanshangerpark@gmail.com

Friends of the Mimram – their aim is to protect and improve the River Mimram, one of the world’s 200 rare chalk streams. To volunteer, visit http://www.friendsofthemimram.co.uk/

Panshanger People (PP)- Visit  PP website for more update and information – http://panshangerpeople.org.uk/  Their contact email – panshangerpeople@gmail.com

Panshanger Community News – Email us if you have any local news or community events.

Park Photos – send us your park photos to share.

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A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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Come and meet your prospective councillors

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Posted by Coordinator | Posted in General Information, Local Web Links | Posted on 15-05-2014

A community announcement by Panshanger People Saturday 17 May @ 6.00pm

Just a reminder that our public meeting at the Moors Walk Community Centre is only a few days away, Saturday at 6:00pm. We have invited all the Panshanger and Haldens local election candidates of whom five have currently responded that they will be attending.There is often little opportunity to hear directly from candidates in the run up to local elections, this is a great chance for us local residents to hear the views of candidates and how they plan to represent us, with regard to the housing proposals for the airfield and Hillyfields. For your info, the turnout in the most recent local elections held was 30% for Haldens and 25% for Panshanger. With the local plan and development proposals now looming large we are hoping the turnout this time around will be higher.

The Panshanger People Committtee. 

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www.panshangerpeople.org.uk

Easter Monday Walk 21 April – Friends of Panshanger Park

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Posted by Coordinator | Posted in Event, Local Web Links | Posted on 20-04-2014

Friends of Panshanger Park will be offering two Family walks on Monday 21 April, at 10am and 2.30pm, both from the Thieves Lane car park. They will not last more than two hours. Participants should wear strong shoes, bring water or a drink and protection from the sun or rain depending on the weather on the day.

 http://friendsofpanshangerpark.co.uk/

Springtime

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Posted by Coordinator | Posted in General Information, Local Web Links | Posted on 13-04-2014

Easter – Spring has sprung. After the really wet winter, the Nature Trail paths and woodlands paths have dried out. Easter is just around the corner. Park Fruit trees are now in bloom and delightful wood anemones are carpeting sections of Birchall Wood.

The bluebells have started to flower. It will  peak in a week or so. The bluebells have spread in recent years, which is pleasing. Go out and enjoy the the woods over the coming weeks.

Kites - Let’s go an fly a kite. Show your child and grandchild the pleasure of kites. We have a wonderful outdoor space  here in Moneyhole Park. Make this a summer of memories. Weekends, Bank Holidays and throughout summer are ideal time for fresh air and family time.

Noticeboard – lock was tampered over the winter. Finesse promised to replace it after April. We await this replacement.

Park Maintenance - John Bayliss is the new maintenance supervisor. Please contact him if there are issues around the park at j.bayliss@finesseleisure.com. John has asked all park users  to help to remove branches that can damage the grass cutting mowers. John was made aware of the broken bench near the Wyton entrance and hopefully this will be repaired in the near future.

Nature Trail -  It is over 2 years since we volunteers relaid the Western sections of the trail as we lost our supply of free wood chippings.  John was told that Finesse should now take over responsibility for the maintenance.

Muntjac - a muntjac was attacked and killed last month. If anyone knows the identity of the owner or the German Shepherd dog, do contact the police. This is the second attack in the last 3 years. Sadly these things happen unless owners are in control of their pets. http://www.whtimes.co.uk/news/deer_ripped_apart_by_savage_dog_in_horror_attack_at_welwyn_garden_city_park_1_3370514?usurv=skip

Park Angels -  As always without the many park angels quietly picking litter as they go, our park and woods would not be as clean. Thank you.

Orchards boost Wildlife - This idea of planting fruit trees are catching on. FoM fully supports this and hopefully Finesse and WHBC do too.  http://www.whtimes.co.uk/news/boost_for_welwyn_hatfield_wildlife_1_3542827. Contact them and your Councillors if you support this.

Friends of the Mimram - Good news as Affinity has agreed to reduce the amount of water abstraction in the coming years. Well done Affinity and Friends of the Mimram for their campaigns.

Free Open Meeting Wednesday, 14th May7.30 in the Civic Hall, Old Welwyn http://www.friendsofthemimram.co.uk/contact.html or email davidcheek@btinternet.com

Friends of Panshanger Park (FPP) - The inaugural walk of a new walk in Panshanger Park was held on Monday 31 March. It was a great turnout. You can now walk from Moneyhole through Henry Woods on to Panshanger Park via Butterfield Way to the new loop Country Park East walk. Try it.

“32 years have passed since the signing of a legal agreement to deliver a Country Park at Panshanger. A Park to be returned to the people of Hertfordshire In exchange for valuable mineral extraction rights given to owners Lafarge Tarmac.
Finally, a substantial part of the new Country Park will open on Monday 31st March 2014. This is phase one (Country Park East) and represents about one third of the Country Park area.  More areas of the Park should open later in 2014″
Gary O’Leary Chairman, Friends of Panshanger Park

The FPP website – http://friendsofpanshangerpark.co.uk/

Bericot Green  - The planned council consultation meeting was cancelled due to the withdraw of the latest application. Contact the Bericot Green action group for more details. Questions must be raised with HCC as to the legitimacy of any development that do not benefit the local community in accordance to the original terms of the bequest.

Wildlife - A red kite and a lapwing was spotted in recent weeks. A woodpecker is  back in Henry Woods. Tell us what you have seen. Photos are most welcomed.

Roundabouts -

1 the proposed surfacing works at the Sylvan Way/Moors Walk roundabout, Welwyn Garden City is rescheduled for 25-26th April 2014 for 1 Nights (starting 25th @8pm finishing at 6am on 26th).
2 the Bericot Way/ Rivenhall roundabout was also reported and holes will only be patched as needed. Please log this with HCC Highway and contact your councillors.

Pot holes, broken pavements & bollards – Do report  any faults to Herts Highway or WHBC. Unless you tell them, the authorities don’t know there is a problem.

Friends of Moneyhole Park

Follow us on Twitter @moneyholepark. Email us: moneyholepark@gmail.com

 

November 2012 – Nature Trail Repairs & Community Information

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Posted by Coordinator | Posted in Campaign, Event, General Information, Local Web Links, Nature Trail Improvements | Posted on 05-11-2012

Nature Trail Repairs Sat 10 Nov – CHANGE OF VENUE

Can you spare 2 hours this Sat 10 Nov from 10 am to 12 noon? We have a pile of wood chips to spread over a section of the footpath by the Park’s Wyton entrance,  midway on left of Moneyhole Park. Bring a friend, spade, rake or a barrow. Please dress for the weather. If it rains heavily, we shall cancel and rearrange. Kindly email if you can join us.

Four year old Westie needs new home

Can you give a loving home to a 4 year old Westie after Christmas? Owners emigrating. Please email if you can help.

Mimram Abstraction & Water Management Plan (from Friends of Mimram)

Affintiy Water wants your views for the next Water Plan as directed by Ofwat. Let them know of your concerns about the Mimram by 15th December. Consultation covers water metering, leaks, charges, abstraction and much more. See Friends of Mimram website for more details. http://www.friendsofthemimram.co.uk/rivermimram.html

Neighbourhood Watch

Police issued a safety advice today after a series of incidents where people are being distracted in cars parks and their bank cards stolen.  Incidents reported were in Harpenden, Bishop Stortford, Berkhampstead, Letchworth, Broxbourne and Rickmansworth.

In the majority of cases the victim was approached by a man or a couple in a car park. They tell the victim they have dropped £10. The offender then helps the victim put the money in their purse, stealing their bank card at the same time. In some cases the offender(s) distract the victim with a map, whilst they steal their wallet or purse. Sadly the majority of the victims are elderly losing hundreds of pounds.

Bericot Green – WGC Dowsers

WGC dowsers carrried out a successful preliminary survey on the site this morning Mon 05 Nov when they heard about the HCC planning application. Some residents have seen and spoke to them. We shall keep you posted when they post tangible findings.

Allsop Auction

The 3 lots of Sylvan Way verges and tree belt were sold last week at auction. The valiant efforts of Loraine and affected residents resulted in a temporary Tree Preservation Order (TPO) being imposed prior to the auction. The campaign will go on to prevent development on such strips of  lands. Email protectsylvanway@gmail.com or visit the forum http://projectsylvanway.freeforums.net/index.cgi . Such developments have ramifications for all in WGC & Hatfield not just Panshanger.

Neighbourhood Planning – Localism Act

Check out this link. Worth working together to have a say over development in the community.  http://www.planningportal.gov.uk/inyourarea/neighbourhood/

Acknowledgement

Our grateful thanks goes to Mark & Linda May who spread wood chips along  Wyton path on two Saturdays last month by themselves.

Email: moneyholepark@gmail.com    Twitter: @moneyholepark

Bericot Green Care Home Proposal

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Posted by The Park Keeper | Posted in Campaign, General Information, Local Web Links | Posted on 11-10-2012

Just to make local residents aware,  a proposal by Quantum Care for a care home development on Bericot Green is open for public consultation until October 17th. The proposed development consists of:

75   bed Care Home
20   person Elderly Persons Day Care Centre
10   Person short break Young Physically Disabled Home
4     Independent Living Units
1    Enablement Suite

Details of the plan, can be found here:

http://publicaccess.welhat.gov.uk/rpp/index.asp?caseref=N6/2012/1776/MA

The online comment form can be found here:

https://fastweb.welhat.gov.uk/comment.asp?AltRef=N6/2012/1776/MA&ApplicationNumber=&AddressPrefix=bericot+way&submit1=Go

There is  local opposition to the plan and a group of residents  have set up a website which can be found here:

http://www.bericotgreen.co.uk/

This information is to inform residents of this proposal and the fact that consultation period is drawing to a close so any comments you wish to make should be submitted NOW.

A map outlining the intended location (from one of the planning documents in the public domain) is shown below:

Bericot Green site map

Autumn Newsletter and Panshanger Community Information

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Posted by Coordinator | Posted in Campaign, Event, General Information, Local Web Links, Nature Trail Improvements, Nature Watch | Posted on 28-09-2012

Now that Autumn is upon us, it is a great time for the woodland walks and to spot the varieties of sprouting mushroom and fungi making their annual display.

Bericot Green Development – planning application for 75 bed care home and 10 disabled youths homes, 20 day care units and 4 independent elderly living units have been received on 25 Sep 2012 for half the site. There is a 21 day consulation period. It is basically unchanged except for the new Shackleton Way access. Apart from the large complex, impact on the neighbourhood, amenities, infrastructure, parking and traffic are of concern. View the application on https://fastweb.welhat.gov.uk or post your comments through www.welhat.gov.uk  Please contact Tony Barring-Hill for more information or co-ordinated action on tony@barrington-hill.co.uk. https: www.bericotgreen.co.uk

Councillors Surgery resumes tomorrow - Sat 29 Sep 10 -10.45am @ Moneyhole Pavillion Committee Room. Come and raise your concerns with your councillors. Hopefully they have access to the pavillion on this occasion and henceforth. Surgeries are held last Sat each month except December. Same time and place.

Nature Trail Repairs – we have a couple of kind volunteers who emailed with offers of help. Two or more will make it viable to organise a Saturday morning 13 October from 10 – 12noon. Email us on moneyholepark@gmail.com

Panshanger Roundabout Advertisement Boards – The Council withdrew their applications to advertise on most of Panshanger roundabouts on 12 Sep after local objections.

Sylvan Way roundabouts – Two roundabouts (Wellington Dr/Bericot Way & Tempfords/ Shackleton Way) were resurfaced recently. After three years of reporting pot holes and cracking surfaces, Herts Highways finally resurfaced the two roundabouts instead of patching  just the specific holes reported. Persistence pays.

Dogs Olympics, Hatfield House 14 October – Royal Vet College is holding a Dog Olympics fun day with agility shows, best dog shows and many other events. Visit RVC website for opening times and for more information. Herts Neighbourhood Police will also there to sign up Dog Watch volunteers. Come and meet their new mascot Douglas.

Dog Watch – Be ears and eyes of the community. Welhat Neighbourhood Police is relaunching the Dog Watch scheme. Email samantha.griffin@herts.pnn.police.uk

Nature Watch – Have the kites moved on?

Birchall Farm – A resident reports today that test pits were dug by Lafage next to Moneyhole Park. Can anyone else confirm this and their plans?

FoM website administrator and organiser – can you help to run the Community Newsletter and/or the website updates? Current incumbent will be standing down. Ideas and volunteers are wanted or the community website, twitter and circular will cease.

Send us your Panshanger and Moneyhole Park news for future inclusion.

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Panshanger roundabouts to get advertising

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Posted by The Park Keeper | Posted in Campaign, General Information, Local Web Links | Posted on 18-08-2012

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Currently there is a plan to place advertising hoardings on most of the roundabouts in our area. Both large roundabouts and small ones,  such as the the juntions of Lincoln Close and Lysander way.

Our area is of course fairly green and pleasant, will advertising on all our roundabouts add or detract from that?

The public have the opportunity to comment on these objections until the end of August. The locations and links are below. You can add your view by clicking the comment link at the bottom of each application.  If people don’t object in enough numbers to each application it’s pretty certain that it will happen.

You could also email a councillor and ask them for support, their addresses are: darren.bennett@welhat.gov.uk  roger.trigg@welhat.gov.uk sara.johnston@welhat.gov.uk  Putting a comment yourself on the applications is likely to be more effective however.

Below are the application details. If you feel inclined to keep Panshanger advertising free, you are encouraged to comment.

N6/2012/1457/AD              :Roundabout at junction of Bericot Way/Lysander Way and Lincoln Close

N6/2012/1458/AD              :Roundabout at junction of Sylvan Way/Moors Walk and Russett Wood

N6/2012/1467/AD              :Roundabout at junction of Sylvan Way/ Bericot Way and Wellington Drive

N6/2012/1468/AD              :Roundabout at junction of Tempsford/Sylvan Way and Shackleton Way

N6/2012/1469/AD:             Roundabout at junction of Mundells and The Boulevard

N6/2012/1470/AD             :Roundabout at junction of Herns Lane and Moors Walk

N6/2012/1471/AD              :Junction of Blackfan Road, Cypress Avenue and Sylvan Way

N6/2012/1477/AD              :Roundabout at junction of Sylvan Way, Birchall Wood and Forresters Drive

N6/2012/1481/AD              :Roundabout at junction of Shackleton Way and Waterbeach

N6/2012/1482/AD              :Roundabout at junction with Bericot Way, Douglas Way and Rivenhall End

N6/2012/1484/AD              :Roundabout at junction with Panshanger Drive and Black Fan Road

N6/2012/1485/AD              :Roundabout at junction with Bessemer Road and Shire Park

N6/2012/1486/AD              :Roundabout at junction of Waterside and Mundells

N6/2012/1487/AD              :Roundabout at junction with Moorswalk and Hardings

There is another article on the subject here: http://welwynhatfield.co.uk/?p=465