The Harpenden Town Council Mission Statement - To promote the area as a place to live, a place to work, a place to invest and a place to visit
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Its all Happening - events calendar

Please use the calendar to view the latest events, you can refine between Mayor's Diary and Town Events

Town Events Mayor's Diary

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Issue Response

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Highways and Transport

Highways Fault Reporting

If you wish to report a problem relating to the highway, such as a faulty streetlight, pothole or the like. Please log them on the Hertfordshire Highways fault reporting page as follows:

http://www.hertsdirect.org/services/transtreets/highways/hhonlineservices/hfr/?utm_source=HomePage&utm_medium=TopTasks&utm_content=May14&utm_campaign=HFR 

Planned Roadworks

Information on all planned roadworks within Hertfordshire is available to view as follows:

http://www.hertsdirect.org/services/transtreets/highways/hhonlineservices/roadworksinfo/?utm_source=HomePage&utm_medium=TopTasks&utm_content=May14&utm_campaign=Roadworks  

Bus Timetables

Bus timetables for Harpenden and Surrounding areas can be viewed as follows:

http://www.intalink.org.uk/timetables/

Unauthorised signs/advertising on the highway

Please be advised that Hertfordshire County Council reserves the right to remove any structure/advertising from the highway if the said structure/advertising are causing an obstruction or distraction. Hertfordshire County Council is under a statutory´╗┐ duty imposed under Section 130 of the Highway Act 1980 to assert and protect the rights of the public to use and enjoy the highway.

It is illegal to put any sign, poster or advertising boards on the highway which have not been authorised by Hertfordshire County Council. Hertfordshire County Council has a policy to remove unauthorised signs from the roadside in accordance with Section 132 of the Highways Act. We will do so if they are considered to be a potential hazard to highway users, a hazardous distraction or are obstructing the highway or visibility. The Highway Authority has powers under the Highways Act 1980 to prosecute offenders.

´╗┐Please refer to www.hertfordshire.gov.uk for further guidance.´╗┐

 

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