Oliver recently visited Cecil Rosen Court alongside Cllr Seamus Quilty in Bushey to meet with concerned residents about a number of highway issues.
Cecil Rosen Court is one of 7 sites run by the Jewish Blind and Disabled Charity which provides independent living and support. Oliver was welcomed by Chief Executive, Lisa Wimborne and Director, Aidan McCarthy.
Residents highlighted their grave concerns when crossing the High Road as they leave Perrin Close due to the speed of cars in both directions.
Oliver said: ‘It was good to meet with residents alongside Cllr Seamus Quilty at Cecil Rosen Court and to hear some of their concerns about the speed of cars on the High Road.’
Oliver added: ‘Residents expressed the need for double yellow lines outside Perrin Close, the implementation of a 20mph zone and an island crossing being brought closer to Perrin Close. I have therefore written to the Highways Department at Hertfordshire County Council to highlight their concerns and will update residents when I receive a response.’