J Day & Son, which has been in Station Road since 1912, hit a brick wall of opposition to its plan for a two-storey business unit in a paddock.
The Northgate End supermarket's car park is currently patrolled by wardens from Britannia Parking Group.
Executive director of London club writes to Uttlesford District Council urging it not to show airport's planning application the red card.
Planning application for change of use lodged with East Herts Council for former insurance business next to Black Lion pub.
Sir Alan Haselhurst warns of 'considerable cost to taxpayers' of Uttlesford council leaving airport's application for 43m passengers a year in limbo.
Oxford Archaeology East is digging for evidence of a Roman roadside settlement at Grange Paddocks.
County Hall's decision clears the path for The Bishop's Stortford High School's London Road campus to be demolished to make way for 240 homes.
Two residents have cast doubt on traffic reports relating to the proposed 750-home development off Whittington Way.
Governors hope to sell London Road buildings and playing fields to a developer and use the proceeds to build a new school off Whittington Way.
The closure order is to come into force on November 11 and the work must take place during the following 18 months.
The district council wants to ensure that a new planning document reflects the need for open spaces and other community facilities.
Indie columnist Chas Gill with the second part of his six-part series looking in depth at the Bishop's Stortford Town Centre Planning Framework
The fit-out is well under way, featuring the company's trademark furniture and wall panelling made from recycled wooden pallets
In a 6-part series, Chas Gill delves into the Bishop's Stortford Town Centre Planning Framework. Week 1: Walking and cycling
The finance and policy committee has recommended that the agreement should be renewed next year and the centre’s annual £255k grant should continue.
County council reiterates its commitment to get developers to foot the bill for services to support new homes.
Councillors recommend spending £10,000 on digital map and phone app of Stortford's cycle paths, more signage and bike stands in town centre
The provision at St Joseph's Catholic Primary will be a stopgap measure while a new two-storey school and facilities for up to 420 pupils are built