The structures in Cedars Park are a part of Hertfordshire's history, as well as of national importance, and it would be a tragedy and a disgrace to see all of these walls eventually disappear.
Please write comments by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to show your support in getting the council to do the obvious right thing and take the appropriate measures to have our historic walls properly preserved.
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|2||Note the overgrown weeds. Several small trees even grew from seeds that had fallen from above (which were cut down late 2021) - a sign of how long the wall has been left unrepaired! A sticker reads 'Robyland Ltd', a construction company. We appreciate that COVID-19 may have caused delays in 2020, however there is no excuse for the wall still being unrepaired in 2022!|
|4||Bricks missing or damaged at the bottom.|
|5||Damaged from children and vandals removing loose bricks. Risk of bricks falling onto children below.|
|7||Large hole, possibly affecting the structural integrity of this wall.|
|8||Bricks have fallen out or been removed. These holes should be filled or the bricks replaced.|
|13||Large chunk of wall missing. Other bricks may fall out or be pulled out and this part of the wall could become more prone to collapse.|
|N/A||Wall on Theobalds Lane. Looking from outside the park (the other side is the Woodland Walk forest, where weed control is difficult). Mysterious missing part at top is unsightly and should be repaired with replacement bricks.|