Welcome to Bovingdon Parish Council

Bovingdon is a large village in the south of the Borough of Dacorum with a settlement population of 4,611. It is situated approximately 25 miles (30km) north west of London, 3 miles south west of Hemel Hempstead and 3 miles north east of Chesham in Buckinghamshire. The village has links to Hemel Hempstead and Chesham via the B4505 (Chesham Road/Hempstead Road/Box Lane) and to the surrounding countryside and villages to the south and east via local roads.




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RESCHEDULED - 10k and 3k fun run Sunday 5th September 2021 



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Upcoming Meetings

Planning Committee

6 Jul 20 - 18:00

The meeting will be held remotely via video conference and details of how to join are printed at the end of the agenda. You will be asked to identify yourself. If this information is witheld then you will not be able to take part.


Full Council

6 Jul 20 - 19:00

The meeting will be held remotely via video conference and details of how to join are printed at the end of the agenda. You will be asked to identify yourself. If this information is witheld then you will not be able to take part.


Latest News

Hugs by Post

Hugs by Post

Published: 27 May 20

Brighten the day of an older or vulnerable person by getting involved with #HugsByPost! Click on the icon to access further information. Read More...

Lockdown Lives and Stansted Airport

Published: 11 May 20

The substantial reduction in Stansted Airport’s operations during the Covid-19 lockdown has brought many changes to our community. We would like to capture details of whether and how these changes may have affected your quality of life. We are particularly interested to hear from those across Essex, Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Suffolk, but would also like to hear from you if you are based further afield but within Stansted’s catchment. We are therefore inviting you to email Stop Stansted Expansion at info@stopstanstedexpansion.com with your experiences and perceptions with a view to capturing them for posterity and for potential use in the future. Your email can be as long or as short as you wish, but please identify your lockdown location with the first part of your postcode so that we can map the responses we receive. If you wish your contribution to remain anonymous, please make this clear in your email. Please send your email to info@stopstanstedexpansion.com and mark the subject ‘Lockdown Lives and Stansted Airport’. Read More...

Swifts in Bovingdon

Published: 6 May 20

We need your help! Please click here to find out how you can help us. Read More...

How you can celebrate VE Day at home - 8th May 2020

Published: 20 Apr 20

Here are some useful links giving information and ideas for ways in which you can celebrate VE Day 75 safely at home. Read More...

Bovingdon Neighbourhood Plan

Published: 29 Jan 20

Please help to protect Bovingdon Wildlife from future development by completing the attached form and returning it to the Parish Office by 28 February 2020. Read More...

Bovingdon Market update

Published: 18 Dec 19

The partner agencies including Dacorum Borough Council, Herts Highways, the Police and the Parish Council have continued to work together, to encourage the operators of the market to implement additional measures in order to deal with the flow of traffic off the Chesham Road and into the site. Following various meetings, Dacorum Borough Council has issued the market operators with a Temporary Stop Notice This has IMMEDIATE effect and requires them to cease the use of the Molyneaux Avenue access/egress for customers. Breaching this could attract an unlimited fine – subject to a successful prosecution. Additionally, a Community Protection Notice (CPN) has been issued in relation to their traffic management and the littering. The CPN requires the operators to submit a detailed traffic management plan which will detail a number of things, including; information of site capacity; enforceable traffic and parking management plan; contingency plan for the site when capacity is reached. Penalties for not complying with the requirements set out in the CPN is that a person or body may be prosecuted. If you are prosecuted and convicted the maximum penalty is a fine not exceeding level 4 on the standard scale (currently ₤2,500), in the case of an individual and an unlimited fine (previously set at £20,000), in the case of a body. Following this coming weekend, the partner agencies will look at the evidence to consider further steps if appropriate – therefore, it would be very helpful if you could provide any photographic evidence you believe would support: a) a breach of the Temporary Stop Notice, b) a breach of the CPN, c) the notion that the market operator has not managed to alleviate the traffic problems or d) that the littering problem persists. This information should be sent to Bovingdon Parish Council at office@bovingdonparishcouncil.gov.uk and / or to Gary Cullum at gc@cullumpublishing.co.uk Read More...

Proposed BNP Area Designation

Published: 23 Oct 18

Bovingdon Parish Council has applied to designate its parish area as a neighbourhood area. Read More...