• The voice of our community

    Connecting residents of Iver Heath with each other, and the local issues that matter

    The Iver Heath Residents’ Association (IHRA) provides an important platform for local residents to help shape the future of Iver Heath. From keeping the neighbourhood tidy through monthly litter-picking schemes to lobbying on major infrastructure projects, we are active on behalf of our community.


    But it’s not just about Planning issues and picking up litter. The IHRA participates in and organises all sorts of fun events for individuals and families, sends out regular newsletters and bulletins, raises money for good causes and supports environmental initiatives to maintain and enhance our green spaces.


    The IHRA consists of a wide range of residents who live across all areas of Iver Heath, a number of whom are active volunteers. There is power in numbers: the more residents that become members of the Iver Heath Residents’ Association, the stronger our voice. If you are not a member already then join us – whether you want to become actively involved or just be kept informed. Together we can make a difference.


    In October 2017 we were delighted to be accepted by the Chiltern & South Bucks Lottery as one of the good causes in the district that the lottery would support. If you would like to donate towards our many worthwhile projects and have a chance of winning up to £25,000, please visit our page on the lottery site.




  • Where can we take you?

    A quick guide to the information and guidance available on this site

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    What does IHRA do?

    Find out about the aims of the association, our committee members and constitution, and how you can get involved.

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    What's new?

    Get the latest local news, from projects and consultations to general updates on your village.

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    What's on?

    Find out what's on in and around Iver Heath, from informative events to fun activities and everything in between.

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    Should I join?

    Check out the benefits of joining the Residents' Association and the value members get out of being active in the community.