Chaulden is a residential district in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, England located west of the town centre and bordering on open countryside. It was an early development in the construction of Hemel Hempstead new town, commenced in 1953 and has its own neighbourhood shopping centre.
A large part of the site was previously occupied by Pixies Hill – a children's camp run by the National Camps Corporation. The old camp buildings were converted into the district's first school before permanent schools could be constructed.
Building work on the new town district commenced in 1953 with the first houses occupied in December of that year.
The Chaulden Neighbourhood centre – a parade of shops set in a crescent around a car park – was completed in 1958. The nearby pub the Tudor Rose also built by the New Town corporation, celebrates Hemel Hempstead's link to the Tudor King Henry VIII who gave the town its charter.
The population of the appropriate Dacorum Ward at the 2011 Census (Chaulden and Warner's End) was 9,146.
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