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Dear Editor, My husband and I both really like Abbots Langley and the community feel of the village, but we are concerned that it is going to become just too over-crowded and busy, like many other places. I have to drive down Aerodrome Way every


morning to get to work, and between 8.30am and 9am it is packed. There are already too many cars on the roads, especially this one. The developers are apparently obliged to help improve traffic management in the area, but I don‘t see how you can improve things when even more cars are going to be added to the problem We fear we will be pushed out by life becoming


too busy and rushed due to all these new houses, and the extra vehicles and people they will bring. Mrs J Williams, local resident


Dear Editor, I have just read the article on the proposed housing development in your January edition.


Exciting times for the local area. I was pleased to see provision will be made for


a doctors and dentists for the development. My concern is lack of school places. You


reported in an earlier edition that local schools will need to take extra pupils. Yet in this report, the Council has argued there is no need for a further school in the area. This is despite numerous smaller developments, in addition to all the larger developments in Abbots Langley and the surrounding areas in recent years. The Government and all statisticians all


recognise that the population is growing and there is increased demand for all services, especially schools. London has an acute shortage of places at


primary level, and that trend is spreading across the country. How can my local Council ignore this, and


choose to not insist on a local school? Kevin Brown


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