Chipperfield Parish Council | Hertfordshire, UK
Chipperfield Parish Council | Hertfordshire, UK
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Welcome to Chipperfield Parish Council

Welcome to the Chipperfield Parish Council website which has the overall objective of making the council more open and accessible to the community as a whole and to provide the community with access to all up to date council business and activities.

We are based at The Village Hall, The Common, Chipperfield, WD4 9BS.


The vision of the Parish Council is to work together with the people of the Parish to improve the quality of life for all. The Council hopes to retain the existing character and community spirit within the Parish, encouraging the development of a strong, inclusive and vibrant community. The Council aims to ensure that all age groups, social groupings and economic sectors are included, addressing their needs and giving them the opportunity to thrive and develop.

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Full Parish Council Meeting

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22 February 2022

Planning Meeting

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Aims and Objectives

Your Council aims to:-

  • Provide an effective and accountable local government for the Parish.
  • Identify, in partnership with the parishioners and other bodies, the needs of the Parish and seek ways in meeting them.
  • Manage the council’s assets and finances effectively.
  • Planning and Development.
    • To formulate a strategy for the long term development of the Parish.
    • Provide views on all relevant consultations, including views on planning applications.
    • To raise awareness of the need for a sustainable environment for the Parish.
    • Establish close links with the Dacorum Conservation Officer in order to assist in control of inappropriate urban style development in our rural village.

  • Continue to ensure the needs and views of Chipperfield are presented as appropriate to the wider community including Dacorum Borough Council and Hertfordshire County Council.
  • Maintain and manage the Common, in partnership with the Dacorum Woodland Officer.
  • Provide cost effective management of the allotment field.
  • Seek ways to reduce litter in the Parish.
  • Provide safer traffic movements in the Parish by continuing to press for urgent attention to highways matters.
  • Continue to press for a safer community through liaison with the Police.
  • Encourage provision of facilities for the youth of the village.
  • To support all village organisations and societies providing grant funding where appropriate.

History, Charm & Community Spirit

About Us

The administrative parish of Chipperfield lies on the dip slope of the Chilterns approximately 5 miles south-west of Hemel Hempstead. It is situated in the Borough of Dacorum and forms part of the electoral ward of Bovingdon, Flaunden and Chipperfield.

The Parish Council was formed in 1958 by being separated from the administrative parish of Kings Langley. There are eight elected councillors who employ a part-time Clerk, and a Village Warden. The councillors all work on a purely voluntary basis.

The Parish Council is financed by raising a precept on all of the residential properties in Chipperfield. This and all financial details (current and historical) can be found in the “Reports and Audit” section of this web page. In addition the Parish Council manages the additional annual grants provided by Dacorum Borough Council for specific village services.

The Parish Council seeks to support other village organisations both with practical and financial help and there is Parish Council representation for the Allotments , Chipperfield News, the Village Hall, sports organisations, Chipperfield Care and it also has a close liaison with St Paul’s School.

STAFF (Salaried)

Usha KilichClerk/Responsible Financial Officer

Peter Sadler Village Warden is the Council's "eyes and ears", working hard to support the green areas, the allotments as well as helping to keep the village tidy and report issues to the Clerk for actions by relevant authorities

Latest Parish News


The Forum


February 2021

HAVE YOUR SAY - The Borough Council is inviting comments on the Local Plan Emerging Strategy for Growth (2020-2038). The consultation runs until 11.59 pm on 28th February 2021. For further information about the Local Plan and how to take part in the consultation please visit https:/ or Email: or Phone 01442228660

Chipperfield Housing Needs Survey



January 2021
Chipperfield Housing Needs Survey

Affordable Housing Needs Survey in Chipperfield October 2020

We at Chipperfield Parish Council seek to safeguard the future sustainability and viability of our community.

Many people living and working in our community struggle to access affordable and suitable housing. The Parish Council is working with Community Development Action Hertfordshire (CDA) and Dacorum BC to look at the current housing need in the Parish. We are reviewing whether there is demand for affordable housing for people with a strong connection to Chipperfield (through residency, family ties or employment) who cannot access the housing that they need locally. This could be the young, single people, families with young children, the elderly, or simply people struggling to make ends meet.

As a small community, we need to understand local people’s housing needs properly. We can use the information you give us to decide if a development of affordable housing is needed and also what type of housing should be provided. We need each household to complete one Housing Needs Survey questionnaire.

Your part in this exercise is crucial, regardless of whether or not you need alternative housing because a high response rate improves the accuracy of the survey result.

Please read the information that you have been sent and follow the instructions given. Please answer ALL questions if you believe that you, or someone else in your household, may need affordable housing.

ANY INFORMATION YOU SUPPLY WILL BE TREATED IN THE STRICTEST CONFIDENCE. Information given as part of the Housing Needs Survey will only be seen by CDA and will be made anonymous and presented in a compiled format to the Parish Council and other partners.

The questionnaire is being distributed to local households and can also be completed by friends and family who currently live elsewhere but who have a strong connection to the Parish and would wish to live in the area. Additional forms can be obtained from CDA Herts, tel. 01992 289060or the survey can be completed online.

Go and follow the links.

The deadline for completion is 31 October 2020.

An affordable housing project could be provided if the need for affordable housing is confirmed (potentially restricted to local people unable to rent or buy on the open market). Depending on results, this could include housing for rent or shared ownership.

Any development would only go forward after consultation and planning approval, using an appropriate site. I urge you to complete the survey even if there is no requirement in your extended household as all the data will be used to formulate any future plans should there be a decision to progress with such a scheme. I thank you in anticipation of your response and for your co-operation.

Cllr Kevan Cassidy

Chairman, Chipperfield Parish Council

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