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Council backs residents' concerns about right of way

Council backs residents' concerns about right of way

Council backs residents' concerns about right of way

23 June 2022

Parsonage spokeswoman Deborah Munro won support from Bishop’s Stortford Town Council when she addressed the planning and development committee.


Uttlesford leaders deny £1.4m airport bill will affect council tax

Uttlesford leaders deny £1.4m airport bill will affect council tax

Uttlesford leaders deny £1.4m airport bill will affect council tax

20 June 2022

The authority has offered Manchester Airport’s Group £1.4m to clear its debt, but it is feared the deal “doesn’t come close” to the airport’s demand.


New neighbourhood plans covering the whole town set for ratification

New neighbourhood plans covering the whole town set for ratification

New neighbourhood plans covering the whole town set for ratification

20 June 2022

An independent examiner has determined that they should be adopted, with minor modifications and that a new referendum is not necessary.


Uttlesford District Council offers Stansted Airport £1.4m to clear planning bill

Uttlesford District Council offers Stansted Airport £1.4m to clear planning bill

Uttlesford District Council offers Stansted Airport £1.4m to clear planning bill

14 June 2022

If Manchester Airports Group (MAG) accepts the settlement, it will almost wipe out the authority's Strategic Initiative Fund balance of £1.663m.


That's the Spirit! Former clothes shop set to become wine bar

That's the Spirit! Former clothes shop set to become wine bar

That's the Spirit! Former clothes shop set to become wine bar

14 June 2022

Town councillors raise no objections to plans for ex-boutiques in North St and South St to become Paisa wine bar and Pepe's Piri Piri takeaway.


New multi-storey a 'catalyst for revitalisation' of Stortford town centre

New multi-storey a 'catalyst for revitalisation' of Stortford town centre

New multi-storey a 'catalyst for revitalisation' of Stortford town centre

13 June 2022

Opening of Northgate End multi-storey coincides with Causeway car park closure to free up space for Old River Lane arts centre-led development.


The end for Causeway car park as Northgate multi-storey opens

The end for Causeway car park as Northgate multi-storey opens

The end for Causeway car park as Northgate multi-storey opens

11 June 2022

Northgate End multi-storey will open to drivers for the first time at 7am Monday (June 13) and The Causeway car park will close at the same time.


The Bull action group and owner strike deal to secure Much Hadham pub's future

The Bull action group and owner strike deal to secure Much Hadham pub's future

The Bull action group and owner strike deal to secure Much Hadham pub's future

03 June 2022

Punch Pubs will invest in refurbishment of The Bull if it gets planning permission for six bungalows in a field behind pub's beer garden.


Developer to deliver 95 'affordable' homes on new Stortford estate

Developer to deliver 95 'affordable' homes on new Stortford estate

Developer to deliver 95 'affordable' homes on new Stortford estate

02 June 2022

Bellway North London hopes to be able to welcome the first residents into their new homes at St James' Park in early 2023.


Wickham Hall solar farm plan revised in bid to get green light

Wickham Hall solar farm plan revised in bid to get green light

Wickham Hall solar farm plan revised in bid to get green light

01 June 2022

While company is taking legal advice about an appeal against Uttlesford council's refusal, it says scheme is still viable using just East Herts land.


Blues move to Birchwood? 'We have no agreement with football club' says head

Blues move to Birchwood? 'We have no agreement with football club' says head

Blues move to Birchwood? 'We have no agreement with football club' says head

28 May 2022

Birchwood High School principal Dr Chris Ingate on the issue of future use of the Pearse House playing field opposite the secondary.


Housing developers' cash boosts GP services for Bishop's Stortford

Housing developers' cash boosts GP services for Bishop's Stortford

Housing developers' cash boosts GP services for Bishop's Stortford

27 May 2022

£90,000 secured by East Herts Council helping to fund refurbishment of unit at Herts and Essex Hospital for two of the town's surgeries.


Town council ready to cultivate community orchard plan for Stortford

Town council ready to cultivate community orchard plan for Stortford

Town council ready to cultivate community orchard plan for Stortford

26 May 2022

Bishop's Stortford Climate Group volunteers want to use site at Jenkins Lane, off Hallingbury Road, to plant up to 100 fruit trees.


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.


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