Welcome to the website for Nursery Hill residents. Your first point of contact for the latest news, articles, information and guidance relevant to the estate.
Please make all new residence aware of this site. Check it regularly and spread the word when there are new updates.
If you would like to see particular information on this site then let us know – we’ll be happy to consider it.
If you live in a house on Nursery Hill then you can check this site for a reminder of what coloured recycling bins to put out each week?
For all the latest news, information and goings-on, click on the ‘Enter Residents Area’ (links above) and enter the password, if you haven’t already done so.
Herts Property Management Ltd
NEW TO NURSERY HILL?
It would make everybody’s lives easier if you could confirm your details. This is so that we can contact you in case of emergency.
We need everyone’s contact details, typical examples would be; an upstairs flat has a leaking washing machine and the water cascades into the flat below.
Or, we become aware of a vehicle on the estate causing an obstruction, damaged or possibly abandoned.
We would want to be able to contact the owner, before contacting the police.
So, please register your details below…
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Safety & Security
We enjoy a very safe neighbourhood at Nursery Hill, but if you do have any issues please contact PC Tina Ridley. Her telephone number is: 01438 757 680 or email address:
Any criminal damage please call 999 if it is seen to be happening, and 101 if non-urgent.
ABOUT NURSERY HILL PASSWORDS
If you haven’t already done so, then you will have to enter a password to read some of the articles on this site. You’ll only need to enter the password once, as long as you set your web browser to remember it…..but if you clear your browser’s cache or use a difference browser or PC, then you will have to enter the password again. So please keep the password in a safe place and only share it with your neighbours.
The password is supplied to all residents via the printed Newsletter which is regularly posted through your letter box.