Planning For Nascot’s Future

Nascot residents tell us they feel let down by a council that has failed to control development, with the consequence that the character of the ward has been damaged.

Concerns Grow Over Club Culture

Nascot’s residents are concerned that the overflow of problems from Watford’s clubs and bars is getting worse.

Nascot Backs Local Businesses

A key part of Nascot’s community character comes from its local businesses and meeting places. Whether it’s the Courtlands Drive shops or the local pubs in the village, community amenities help make our area special.

Preserving Nascot's Character

Nascot residents tell me, Penny Edwards and Councillor Andrew Mortimer, that they are particularly worried about the reported effects the proposed changes to the planning laws will have on the current guide lines which contain a presumption against back garden development.

MP Calls for Action on Postal Delays

Over the summer the Royal Mail announced changes to delivery routes and services. In Watford this has left some people without post for up to a week.On hearing about these problems, Richard Harrington, Member of Parliament for Watford, arranged a meeting with the Royal Mail to discuss this matter. 

Penny Edwards for Nascot

Penny Edwards is standing to represent Nascot in the by-election on Thursday 29th September.

Watford Health Campus Update

Richard Harrington MP, today took part in conference for potential bidders for the Watford Health Campus. At the meeting at Watford Football Club, Richard spoke to the companies attending, arguing the case for investing in Watford.

Watford Conservatives launch new website

Thank you for your support at the last election. Because of you, David Cameron is the first Conservative Prime Minister in 13 years and the Government’s plans to build a strong economy and a big society are in full swing. Now, to help us communicate with you, we've launched this new local website.