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East Herts secures cash for patient care

East Herts secures cash for patient care

East Herts secures cash for patient care

27 May 2022

The money secured by East Herts Council will help fund the refurbishment of the Kitwood Unit at the Herts and Essex Community Hospital.


Core support for community orchard plans

Core support for community orchard plans

Core support for community orchard plans

26 May 2022

On Monday night, the town council's finance and policy committee agreed to branch out and back the scheme for a site at Jenkins Lane.


Villagers have the hump with bid to earmark site of pub's 'buried elephant' for homes

Villagers have the hump with bid to earmark site of pub's 'buried elephant' for homes

Villagers have the hump with bid to earmark site of pub's 'buried elephant' for homes

26 May 2022

Save The Bull Action Group wants to secure future of Much Hadham's only pub, which is rumoured to be the burial site of a circus elephant.


Government delivers £700,000 for Harlow & Gilston Garden Town

Government delivers £700,000 for Harlow & Gilston Garden Town

Government delivers £700,000 for Harlow & Gilston Garden Town

25 May 2022

The Homes England money is part of a £15m funding pot to support delivery of thousands of homes in new communities across the country.


Uttlesford Local Plan: Further delay 'a gamble on community's future'

Uttlesford Local Plan: Further delay 'a gamble on community's future'

Uttlesford Local Plan: Further delay 'a gamble on community's future'

24 May 2022

The first draft of Uttlesford's Local Plan is now unlikely to be published until late summer as the administration seeks more time to "get it right".


Boost for schools, NHS and sports from 84 new Stortford homes

Boost for schools, NHS and sports from 84 new Stortford homes

Boost for schools, NHS and sports from 84 new Stortford homes

24 May 2022

Second phase of Patmore Close development will provide mix of one- to five-bedroom homes and 36% have been allocated as 'affordable housing'.


Wickham Hall solar farm: There's a bigger picture at stake than the view

Wickham Hall solar farm: There's a bigger picture at stake than the view

Wickham Hall solar farm: There's a bigger picture at stake than the view

23 May 2022

Andrew Urquhart, of Bishop’s Stortford Climate Group, on why East Herts Council must give permission for the solar farm on the outskirts of the town.


Piri piri chicken chain looks to Pepe up Bishop's Stortford diners

Piri piri chicken chain looks to Pepe up Bishop's Stortford diners

Piri piri chicken chain looks to Pepe up Bishop's Stortford diners

23 May 2022

SKND Ltd has asked East Herts Council for planning permission to convert the former Lifestyle Village boutique into a branch of Pepe's Piri Piri.


Bishop's Stortford makes the short list to be new rail body's HQ

Bishop's Stortford makes the short list to be new rail body's HQ

Bishop's Stortford makes the short list to be new rail body's HQ

20 May 2022

Base outside London for state-owned Great British Railways part of Transport Secretary Grant Shapps' “once-in-a-generation reform” of rail services.


EE signals bid to improve 5G service for Bishop's Stortford

EE signals bid to improve 5G service for Bishop's Stortford

EE signals bid to improve 5G service for Bishop's Stortford

20 May 2022

Plans for 233 homes on Bishop's Stortford High School site in London Road force relocation of EE's mobile phone base station to Pig Lane.


New M11 junction to open in June

New M11 junction to open in June

New M11 junction to open in June

16 May 2022

Besides the new junction 7a, the project saw the widening of B183 Gilden Way/Sheering Road and installation of a new link road.


Fears that closed town centre car parks will become eyesore

Fears that closed town centre car parks will become eyesore

Fears that closed town centre car parks will become eyesore

14 May 2022

Closure of Causeway and Charringtons House car parks is condition of planning permission for Northgate End multi-storey that opens June 13.


Opening date for multi-storey as Old River Lane project reaches key milestones

Opening date for multi-storey as Old River Lane project reaches key milestones

Opening date for multi-storey as Old River Lane project reaches key milestones

14 May 2022

East Herts Council leader Cllr Linda Haysey updates Indie readers about the authority's scheme to transform the Causeway in the heart of Stortford.


Council rejects residents' complaints about Lidl licence

Council rejects residents' complaints about Lidl licence

Council rejects residents' complaints about Lidl licence

12 May 2022

The German chain requested permission to sell alcohol from 7am to 11pm seven days a week at a store it hopes to build in Stansted Road.


Wren Kitchens returns to the table with new plan for 24/7 lorry park

Wren Kitchens returns to the table with new plan for 24/7 lorry park

Wren Kitchens returns to the table with new plan for 24/7 lorry park

09 May 2022

The national chain wants to turn a site off the B1256 at Start Hill, near the M11 junction 8 roundabout, into a logistics depot.


Council's failure to ban HGVs through Stansted ‘defies belief’

Council's failure to ban HGVs through Stansted ‘defies belief’

Council's failure to ban HGVs through Stansted ‘defies belief’

09 May 2022

Grove Hill resident Andrew McDonnell is urging the parish council to keep fighting to remove lorries from the village centre.


Lidl faces licensing fight for its new Bishop's Stortford store

Lidl faces licensing fight for its new Bishop's Stortford store

Lidl faces licensing fight for its new Bishop's Stortford store

07 May 2022

Seven householders have challenged the German chain's application for permission to sell alcohol 7am to 11pm seven days a week.


Air cadets and footballers stand to lose their bases if airport business park takes off

Air cadets and footballers stand to lose their bases if airport business park takes off

Air cadets and footballers stand to lose their bases if airport business park takes off

06 May 2022

494 (Stansted Airport) Squadron Air Training Corps marks its 30th anniversary this year but faces eviction as part of redevelopment plans.


Work begins on new skate park as part of 'teenage recreation space'

Work begins on new skate park as part of 'teenage recreation space'

Work begins on new skate park as part of 'teenage recreation space'

04 May 2022

Youth shelter removed as part of preparations for 12-week project, which is part of a £3.5m revamp of Sworder's Field and Castle Gardens.


Wickham Hall solar farm: Developer ponders appeal after Uttlesford says no

Wickham Hall solar farm: Developer ponders appeal after Uttlesford says no

Wickham Hall solar farm: Developer ponders appeal after Uttlesford says no

03 May 2022

Endurance Energy’s 40-year project would deliver 36,000 photovoltaic panels across 114 hectares (282 acres), primarily in East Herts’ Albury parish.


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