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Developer's third bid to transform dilapidated 1950s former Co-op site

Developer's third bid to transform dilapidated 1950s former Co-op site

Developer's third bid to transform dilapidated 1950s former Co-op site

24 October 2021

The former Co-operative department store, on the corner of Station Road and South Street, is the subject of a new planning application.


Fears for older customers as Nationwide cuts Sawbo branch hours

Fears for older customers as Nationwide cuts Sawbo branch hours

Fears for older customers as Nationwide cuts Sawbo branch hours

22 October 2021

The building society is reducing its Knight Street branch's opening days from five a week to just two from the end of November.


Stansted Airport owner and campaigners in dogfight over night flights

Stansted Airport owner and campaigners in dogfight over night flights

Stansted Airport owner and campaigners in dogfight over night flights

07 October 2021

Skirmish fuelled by DfT consultation on restrictions at Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted beyond 2024 and on national policy.


New tenant lined up for vacant former Dotty P and Burton shop

New tenant lined up for vacant former Dotty P and Burton shop

New tenant lined up for vacant former Dotty P and Burton shop

06 October 2021

Talks under way to secure new tenant for Joules in Jackson Square plus latest on former Toni & Guy, Twisted Cellar, Timpson and Apache premises.


New defeat and extra £60,000 bill for Uttlesford council over airport expansion

New defeat and extra £60,000 bill for Uttlesford council over airport expansion

New defeat and extra £60,000 bill for Uttlesford council over airport expansion

05 October 2021

High Court judge dismisses district council’s bid to overturn passenger growth permission granted by planning inspectors after appeal inquiry.


Stansted Airport boss raps Government for Covid test costs

Stansted Airport boss raps Government for Covid test costs

Stansted Airport boss raps Government for Covid test costs

22 September 2021

Charlie Cornish: "As long as vaccinated travellers have to pay for tests, the recovery of one of the UK's major industries will be held back."


Councillor calls for life science park in place of 24/7 distribution centre

Councillor calls for life science park in place of 24/7 distribution centre

Councillor calls for life science park in place of 24/7 distribution centre

08 September 2021

Graham McAndrew says St James' Park is perfect opportunity to tap into skill base of local community and draw on talents of Stortford schools.


MP welcomes Virgin Media O2’s gigabit connection in Stortford and Sawbo

MP welcomes Virgin Media O2’s gigabit connection in Stortford and Sawbo

MP welcomes Virgin Media O2’s gigabit connection in Stortford and Sawbo

07 September 2021

The company is promising broadband speeds 20 times faster than the local average, with a mean download rate of 1,130Mbps.


Stansted boss: 'Govt must overhaul traffic light system immediately'

Stansted boss: 'Govt must overhaul traffic light system immediately'

Stansted boss: 'Govt must overhaul traffic light system immediately'

27 August 2021

MAG chief executive Charlie Cornish accuses Government of "squandering the advantage of our world-leading vaccination programme".


Jet2 extends summer season with more green list flights from Stansted

Jet2 extends summer season with more green list flights from Stansted

Jet2 extends summer season with more green list flights from Stansted

26 August 2021

The tour operator has extended its season until the end of October with added capacity to Malta, Madeira and Croatia.


Couple grab a window of opportunity in booming Sawbo

Couple grab a window of opportunity in booming Sawbo

Couple grab a window of opportunity in booming Sawbo

23 August 2021

The Open Window Company is owned by Simon and Shelley Dunster, who the mayor said would be a great asset to Sawbridgeworth.


Union urges Herts and Essex civilian police staff to reject pay freeze

Union urges Herts and Essex civilian police staff to reject pay freeze

Union urges Herts and Essex civilian police staff to reject pay freeze

23 August 2021

Police staff have seen wages go up 12.2% in the last decade while the cost of living has risen 27.6%.


Lidl asks residents for views on plans for store in Stortford

Lidl asks residents for views on plans for store in Stortford

Lidl asks residents for views on plans for store in Stortford

23 August 2021

Discount supermarket chain proposes "multi-million-pound investment" in Stansted Road to replace Ford dealership Gates.


2,168 households waiting for a new home in East Herts

2,168 households waiting for a new home in East Herts

2,168 households waiting for a new home in East Herts

20 August 2021

Bishop’s Stortford town councillors are already concerned it does not go far enough.


Residents polled on Birchwood sports complex and Lidl plans

Residents polled on Birchwood sports complex and Lidl plans

Residents polled on Birchwood sports complex and Lidl plans

17 August 2021

Parsonage Residents Association (PRA) sent out a survey asking people their views on the school's Pearse House sports and leisure scheme.


Town council's qualified welcome for planned Stansted Road Lidl store

Town council's qualified welcome for planned Stansted Road Lidl store

Town council's qualified welcome for planned Stansted Road Lidl store

16 August 2021

Proposed supermarket for new Stortford North estates 'a necessity' and could alleviate some of the Hockerill congestion caused by Aldi.


'Excessive restrictions' crippling recovery at Stansted Airport

'Excessive restrictions' crippling recovery at Stansted Airport

'Excessive restrictions' crippling recovery at Stansted Airport

13 August 2021

Managing director Steve Griffiths raps PCR testing rules as July's passenger total is down 75% on July 2019's.


MP admits £20-a-week Universal Credit cut will put pressure on food bank

MP admits £20-a-week Universal Credit cut will put pressure on food bank

MP admits £20-a-week Universal Credit cut will put pressure on food bank

09 August 2021

Julie Marson said she had "shared her concerns" with ministers but backed her party's line that well-paid work was the best route out of poverty.


Twisted Cellar closes for good three years after opening

Twisted Cellar closes for good three years after opening

Twisted Cellar closes for good three years after opening

06 August 2021

"Devastating effect" of Covid pandemic a challenge too far for the South Street bar and wine, gin and craft beer merchant.


Pandemic fuels property boom in Stortford area as sales rise 45%

Pandemic fuels property boom in Stortford area as sales rise 45%

Pandemic fuels property boom in Stortford area as sales rise 45%

04 August 2021

But there's an imbalance between supply and demand as number of homes for sale in first half of 2021 drops 21% compared to first half of 2019.


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