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Welcome to Tring Town Council’s website.

Tring Town Council provides a valuable service for the community and represents the town’s interests in various ways. Working effectively and professionally with both the Borough and County Councils as well as other stakeholders, we ensure that the interests and assets of Tring are protected.

Part of our role is to enhance and promote the cultural life and wellbeing of Tring. We seek to improve the local environment, raising standards of recreational facilities and helping to meet the community’s needs.

The Town Council welcomes input from Tring residents and everyone is encouraged to attend the Council’s meetings. We have various responsibilities, which include managing the town’s allotments,  discussing and commenting on planning applications in the town (Dacorum Borough Council has the final decision on planning issues), managing the Council’s properties in the town, and monitoring the town’s public areas.

We also support Tring by providing small grants to voluntary and community groups in the town, and through a range of initiatives such the Tring Youth Council and Tring Together.

If you would like information on any part of the Council’s activities and responsibilities, please contact the Clerk’s office.


Plans for the West of Tring

Make sure you are in the picture and have your say on development plans. The link below will take you to the relevant documents held on Dacorum Borough Council's website. There is a questionnaire on LA5, which is the development area for Tring, that you can complete and return to DBC by Wednesday 5 November when the consultation period ends.

You can collect a hard copy of the questionnaire about the Draft Master Plan for LA5 and a Representation Form about Site Allocations from the Information Centre at 99 Akeman Street, Tring. The Centre is open between 9.30am and 3pm weekdays and 10am-1pm on Saturdays.

A reference copy of the Draft Master Plan for LA5 is available to look at in the Information Centre at

99 Akeman Street.

There will be an Extraordinary Meeting of Tring Town Council on Monday 3 November at 7.30pm at Victoria Hall, Akeman Steet at which LA5 will be discussed. Please click the link below to read an introduction to the issues under discussion and notes on the format of the meeting.

Extraordinary Meeting Briefing



Browse through the latest Tring Town Crier magazine here

JOIN the Friends of Tring's Memorial Garden. As a volunteer you can help to improve the Garden, shape its future, meet people and make new friends! Contact Veronica Allan on 01442 824494 or email her at


CAN YOU DIG IT? We have allotment plots available at Duckmore Lane. Half plots also available. All plots have been strimmed and are ready for cultivation! Contact Claire Hill, the Deputy Clerk, if you are interested in growing your own...


Read about A Plan For Tring



NOTICE OF CONCLUSION OF AUDIT FOR TRING TOWN COUNCIL: Notice is hereby given that the audit for the year ended 31 March 2014 was completed on 15 September 2014, and the accounts are now available for inspection by local electors, in accordance with Section 14 of the Audit Commission Act 1998. The requisite information is available for inspection by appointment only. To arrange a viewing, please contact: Claire Hill, Deputy Clerk, Tring Town Council, Market House, 61 High Street, Tring Telephone: 01442 823347 or e-mail: (between the hours of 9.30am and 12.30pm)


Going to College or University next year, but concerned about financing that? If you are under 22, and can satisfy certain other criteria, you could be eligible for a grant. To find out more, visit the Tring Charities website, or contact the Secretary to the Trustees, Elaine Winter on 01442 827913.

Closing date: 15 November 2014


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