Welcome to Buckhurst Hill Residents' Society

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Welcome to the website of the Buckhurst Hill Residents' Society. The aims of the Society are:

• To support & protect the unique character & heritage of Buckhurst Hill

• To campaign for improvements

• To offer advice to members on Planning and other local matters

• To organize social events for members and the wider community

The Society is non-profitmaking and non-political. Representatives attend relevant meetings of the Parish and District Councils, Buckhurst Hill Village Forum, as well as working alongside other organisations.

We actively welcome new members, so if you would like to join us and meet like-minded people from Buckhurst Hill, please follow the instructions below on Becoming a Member. There are no obligations, but your subscription enables the Society to continue. 

We are now on Facebook and Twitter - click on the icons at the top left of any screen to see our latest posts. 

 

 

IMPORTANT - Local Plan for Epping Forest including Buckhurst Hill

Please see the News Article on the right to read about EFDC's Local Plan, outlining their proposals for development in Buckhurst Hill over the next 15 years, and the Residents' Society's response to it.

Quick Links

EFDC Draft Local Plan and Questionaire

The Residents' Society's Response

Public Meeting 28th November 2016

 

 

News
  • EFDC Local Plan published (more...)
  • Bollards! (more...)
  • Local PCSO not possible say Police (more...)
  • Christmas is coming! (more...)
  • Help shape the Future of Buckhurst Hill (more...)
  • Threat to 20, 167 Bus Routes (more...)
  • Photographic Competition to celebrate the Queen's 90th Birthday (more...)
  • Society elects new Chairman (more...)
  • Planning Application on Green Belt at 1 Powell Road Refused (more...)
  • Save Money on Energy Bills (more...)
  • New Community Policing Proposals (more...)
  • Christmas in Queens Road 2015 (more...)
  • Parish Council seeks Library Volunteers (more...)
  • Planning Application to demolish St Elisabeth's Church, Chestnut Avenue, refused (more...)
  • Warning on Rogue Traders (more...)
  • Our new website (more...)
  • Proposed Conservation Area around St John's Church (more...)