Who we are
The Hayes Village Association, founded in 1933, to protect the interests of residents and preserve the amenities, is made up of a group of residents who volunteer to help make Hayes a great place to live! The HVA is most passionate about supporting a number of charities to support the hard work they do to achieve their goals.
Here are some of the things we look after in and around the area:
The Review magazine is published quarterly in January, April, July and October and delivered by hand to approximately 3,800 member households and businesses in the BR2 7 postal district and two or three surrounding roads. Its main aim is to inform our members of the major issues affecting Hayes.
If you are interested to advertise your business in the Review then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spaces are limited!
Planning goes on throughout the year. Each week we check Bromley’s current list of planning applications for Hayes and its adjacent areas, and if necessary letters of objections are sent. The process varies considerably from straight forward and simple to complex and lengthy. As well as the numerous drawings and other documents there are reports from consultants, sometimes running to several hundred pages.
If you need assistance in this area then please contact us via the website.
The HVA hosts a number of family-friendly events each year, such as:
- The Easter Egg Hunt,
- Family Treasure Hunt and
- Valuation Day.
We also support all major events such as the Annual Village Fair and the all-important Hayes Christmas Lights. Both these events are run by sub-committees separate to HVA.