Shared Ownership Apartments Comice Meadows

posted 8 Oct 2020, 01:10 by Pirton Parish Clerk

B3Living, a housing association in Hertfordshire, is publicising 2 shared ownership apartments available on the Comice Meadows site in Pirton, Herts.

These are exclusively for local people of the North Herts District area.

Claire Gradley


Sales and Marketing Officer

01992 453712


07484 065407


Scania House, 17 Amwell Street


EN11 8TS


Property Flood Resilience Survey

posted 6 Oct 2020, 09:32 by Pirton Parish Clerk

Risk & Policy Analysts Ltd have been commissioned by the Environment Agency to undertake an study focused on resilience to flooding (a letter of appointment from the Environment Agency can be seen here: .

As part of the study we have developed a short survey to collect information on behaviours and opinions on Property Flood Resilience.   The survey can be found at:

We would like to ask you to kindly pass this invitation on to property owners and occupiers (both residential and commercial) in your area, so that we can find out what they think about Property Flood Resilience.

NOTE from the Clerk: This is an independent survey and has not been commissioned by the Parish Council. It is for individuals to decide whether to participate or not.

NOW OPEN! Children's Play Areas, Pirton

posted 29 Jun 2020, 05:02 by Pirton Parish Clerk   [ updated 20 Jul 2020, 00:59 ]

In line with NHDC and after much 'hands on' work by members of the Parish Council in a very short space of time, the Children's Play Areas are now open again.

Please keep to the advice given by both the Government and the signs put up by the Parish Council.

Public Statement on Historic VAT Reclaims

posted 25 Jun 2020, 01:51 by Pirton Parish Clerk

In the interests of transparency, the Parish Council has issued a public statement regarding historic VAT reclaims.

The document can be found on this site under Documents/Finance/VAT Public Statement 23 June 2020

Citizens Advice North Herts

posted 18 May 2020, 02:34 by Pirton Parish Clerk

We will not be offering face-to-face advice for the foreseeable future; but we are still here to help.


To contact Citizens Advice North Herts offices for advice, please call 01462 689801

You will be prompted to leave your details and we will return your call as soon as possible.


To email us visit our website and complete the enquiry form:


If you need advice about Universal Credit please call us on:

0800 144 8 444 (freephone) Monday – Friday 8am – 6pm

Or chat to us online:


For advice about anything else, please call us on:

03444 111 444 Monday – Friday 10am – 4pm

or contact us by webchat at:

Letter from the Parish Council

posted 28 Apr 2020, 04:54 by Pirton Parish Clerk

Please follow the link to a letter from the Parish Council.

Latest update on Arriva Bus Services 17.04.2020

posted 27 Apr 2020, 01:18 by Pirton Parish Clerk

From Friday 17th April all Arriva customers are being asked to only use contactless payment or the digital m-ticket app. to help reduce the amount of physical contact between customers and drivers. Arriva drivers will not be able to provide change to customers and any over payment of fares will be donated to the NHS COVID-19 Appeal, which is supporting NHS staff and volunteers. Cash will only be accepted as a form of payment in exceptional circumstances and where the correct fare can be paid. Arriva have also implemented social distancing measures to help protect drivers and customers wherever possible. This includes cordoning off the front seats near to the driver’s cab, ensuring all services are operated by buses with screens where possible for additional protection. Arriva are constantly monitoring the ongoing situation with a view to focusing on critical bus services where appropriate. For more details: Given the constantly changing situation it is strongly recommended that you should check for the latest updates online prior to travelling

Covid-19 - Advice for Allotment Holders

posted 30 Mar 2020, 02:36 by Pirton Parish Clerk

Covid 19 Emergency Measures

March 26th, 2020

UPDATED 26/03/20

Following the instructions around movement and gatherings from the Prime Minister on 23 March 2020, we are consulting with central government but as we understand the situation at the moment it is still permitted to visit your plot, to take daily exercise on their own or with members of your household. It is vitally important that you follow all the advice about social distancing and hygiene in the points below and not gather together on site.

Any plot-holder who is self isolating because a household member is ill with corona-virus should not be visiting the site.

The National Allotment Society has issued useful guidance on how to manage allotments in accordance with government regulations.

NHDC - Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: suspension of garden and food waste collections

posted 27 Mar 2020, 03:31 by Pirton Parish Clerk

From Monday 30 March unfortunately we will not be collecting any food waste caddies until further notice. All food waste should therefore be placed into your purple refuse bin.

We have also had to take the difficult decision to suspend our paid garden waste collection service from 30 March.

We do appreciate that this is a paid for service and once we know the full extent of the disruption, a further communication will be sent to garden waste subscribers.

For tips on home composting, go to our website.

We sincerely apologise for these changes and would have liked to give you more notice, but we have been forced to move very quickly so that we can prioritise collection of refuse and recycling. We know these unprecedented actions will be disappointing, but ask you to please work with us in these difficult times.

Covid-19 Parish Council Meetings - Update

posted 24 Mar 2020, 06:04 by Pirton Parish Clerk   [ updated 27 Apr 2020, 01:22 ]

Until further notice, during the current Covid-19 epidemic and in accordance with government guidelines, no face-to-face Parish Council meetings will take place.

Remote meetings using Zoom will commence with the Parish Council Meeting on 14 May. The agenda will be published in the usual way and members of the public will be able to ask for the Zoom link.

If you have any questions, please contact the Clerk ( in the first instance.

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