Chas Gill pens his last Indie column with a call for positivity, co-operation and effective communications to get the Bishop's Stortford we want.
Indie columnist Chas Gill on how proposals in the Government's Planning for the Future White Paper could ease communities' infrastructure concerns.
Indie columnist Chas Gill on how people power could help the rebirth of the 'once-beautiful market town' that never actually was
Indie columnist Chas Gill is urging common sense and for people to isolate whenever possible as we prepare for the coronavirus second wave
Indie columnist Chas Gill says we need 'troops on the ground and a field marshal in charge' to get views heard on planning issues
Indie columnist Chas Gill explores the key points of the proposed new planning system for England
Indie columnist Chas Gill says it's important people have their say on Government proposals to replace the Town and Country Planning Act of 1947.
Indie columnist Chas Gill says we need to become more trusting, charitable and tolerant in order to come through the coronavirus crisis
In his latest column, Chas Gill looks to put the record straight on the Rhodes name change after an 'interesting' article in The Times
Indie columnist Chas Gill on why he's not ending his shielding spell just yet despite the lockdown easing - even though he'd love a full English
Indie columnist Chas Gill on why we should forget the silly season and focus on doing our bit for society when it comes to wearing masks in shops
Indie columnist Chas Gill on the need to improve communication when it comes to the hot topics of Old River Lane and Rhodes Arts Complex
Chas Gill says he should have heeded the advice and warnings he has been given all of his life, especially by those who love him.
Indie columnist Chas Gill on how advertising like that seen during the AIDS crisis in the 1980s is needed to help beat the coronavirus crisis
Indie columnist Chas Gill has come up with a 'new range' of e-bikes and accessories for the post-lockdown world of electrically-charged bicycling
Indie columnist Chas Gill looks at how the Bishop's Stortford Museum is getting students to come up with their own verdicts on Cecil Rhodes' legacy
In his latest Indie column, Chas Gill says any potential name change of Rhodes Arts Complex must not stop us learning from the past
In his latest column for the Indie, Chas Gill calls on people to spare a thought for those in the shielded club as lockdown restrictions ease
Indie columnist Chas Gill says Bishop's Stortford residents should grab the Old River Lane vision with both hands
Chas Gill looks at what silver linings can be found in the pandemic's grey clouds - although he still hasn't got round to sorting his old home videos