A comprehensive community information web page has been launched on Hertfordshire Constabulary’s website ahead of a NATO meeting at The Grove hotel next month.
Heads of state from across the world will congregate at the hotel on Wednesday 4 December. The meeting is part of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation’s (NATO) 70th Anniversary London Summit.
Police in Watford and Three Rivers have been working closely with partners to inform the community ahead of the major event in Chandler’s Cross, and everything the public needs to know can now be accessed online at www.herts.police.uk/NATO
Most notably there will be several road, footpath and canal closures in place for either all or part of the event’s duration. Full details of these, plus further comprehensive information and answers to frequently asked questions, can be found on the dedicated web page.
Safer Neighbourhood Team officers have already visited residents and businesses who will be inside the road closures to discuss their individual needs. Due consideration has also been given to the impact on several businesses and organisations outside of the road closure zone. Again, those affected will also be contacted in person to discuss this.
For those who still have questions after reading the FAQs on the dedicated web page, or do not have access to the internet, there will be a drop-in community engagement event so residents can speak to officers face to face.
This will be at Tanners Wood Hall in School Mead, Abbots Langley, WD5 0LA between 7.30pm and 9pm on Thursday 21 November. Attendees can arrive at any point during the hour and a half to talk to police about how the plans may affect them.
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