A window on our activities

    Welcome to our website. Our aim is to keep it factual, interesting and up-to-date, and would be delighted to receive your feedback. See the Contact Us section for details on how you can get in touch.


    The last couple of years have been busy for our Residents' Association: we have been concentrating on a variety of issues including the Local and Neighbourhood Plan Consultations; Bucks Transport Study and traffic issues; Neighbourhood Clean-up campaigns; launching an Air Pollution Monitoring study and working with Iver Parish Council to secure improved Christmas lights for the village. You can find information on these and other projects in the Local News section of the site.


    We are continuously working with various bodies on keeping abreast of major infrastructure projects that affect our area, with further detailed information through our quarterly newsletters, regular news bulletins and social media. We also organise and participate in local activities that help to bring our wider community together as well as charitable projects such as Contact the Elderly.


    Please introduce your friends and neighbours to our website and encourage them to join the Association. The more members we have, the stronger our voice.


    Alan Wilson, Chair

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    A 'Drop-In' Event Not To Be Missed

    Saturday 9th November (11.00am-2.00pm) Iver Heath Bowls Club

    For this event , we have bought together latest information on some of the 'hot topics' in Iver Heath:

    • South Bucks District Council will cease to exist on 31st March 2020. What impact is that going to have on us?
    • What's happening on projects such as Pinewood Studios' development or the Heathrow expansion plans?
    • How concerning are the air quality stats for Iver Heath and what's being done about it?
    • Is it true that the plans for 'improving' the Five Points Roundabout have been shelved?
    • Fly tipping issues, local crime detection and prevention, plus lots more.

    ​Existing IHRA members and members who join on the day will be entered into our special raffle - another great reason to come along!


    Pop in any time between 11.00am and 2.00pm. Refreshments will be served throughout.

    AGM 2019

    Good turnout at this year's AGM to hear all the latest news

    It has been a busy twelve months for the IHRA so we had a lot to share with members this year on various important projects and topics including:

    - Village clean-up initiatives

    - Feedback from what residents told us at our Village Planning meetings

    - The potential of setting up a crime-reduction scheme using CCTV and ANPR cameras in the village

    - What nearly two years' worth of air quality monitoring results have told us

    - Pinewood Studios works updates and developments

    ... and much more.

    You can view the minutes and the slides from the AGM on the Useful Information section of this website.



    Time to renew your IHRA membership

    IHRA membership fees held at £5 per household for the year

    IHRA membership subs run from 1st April until 31st March. If you have already renewed then thank you; if you haven't then now is the time to do it in order to continue to receive the newsletters, bulletins, invitations to member-only events like free screening at Pinewood Studios and, of course, to be part of our 'joint voice of the community' on so many important issues. Renewing is easy: simply download the form, complete it and send it with your remittance of £5 which will cover your household for a whole year.

    Christmas 2018 members' screening

    IHRA members enjoy event at Pinewood Studios

    A ‘Film Night’ with drinks, snacks and a screening of The Jungle Book movie was hosted for IHRA members and their guests by Pinewood Studios. It was a very well attended event, and the evening was enjoyed by children and adults alike.


    We’d like to extend a special thank you to Kathryn Maidment and the team from Pinewood Studios for making this such an enjoyable occasion for everyone.

    Planters are 'blooming lovely' ...

    ... thanks to IHRA members

    Two planters near the Co-op were 'adopted' from Iver Parish Council by IHRA in 2017, as they were looking a little tired to say the least. Since then they have been regularly re-planted and lovingly tended by IHRA members. Our special thanks go to Gill, Glynis, Jean and to Sue from Heatherden Green seen here keeping the Geraniums well watered through the Summer drought.

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