The Save Stansted Village campaign saw off Bloor Homes' attempt to develop farmland alongside a protected country lane.
For the past four years, neighbours in Ashdale have fought repeated efforts to develop part of a garden.
Developer withdraws plan for distribution centre at St James’ Park to “use feedback from the local community for a new application”.
Owner Legal & General has "made significant changes to reflect community concerns" by proposing steps and ramp for pedestrians.
District council leader Linda Haysey appointed chairwoman of newly-formed Hertfordshire Infrastructure and Development Board.
The United Reformed Church in Water Lane is asking East Herts Council for permission to extend its main building to create new community space.
Graham McAndrew says St James' Park is perfect opportunity to tap into skill base of local community and draw on talents of Stortford schools.
Proposed supermarket for new Stortford North estates 'a necessity' and could alleviate some of the Hockerill congestion caused by Aldi.
Ramp from Station Road to station forecourt set to make way for offices as part of planning permission for Goodsyard development.
Director Lara Fraser: "We've upped our game and made Bacchus a destination nightclub, implementing a formal dress code and hiring a whole new team."
First show home at railway station development – one of 149 one-, two- and three-bedroom flats from £265,000 – to open September 25.
Bellway, which is building 319 flats by the railway station and will construct 219 homes at St James' Park, donates £500 to Red Kite.
Urban planner and designer Yvonne Estop-Wood, of the Old River Lane Working Group, makes the case for keeping Charringtons House.
East Herts councillors are being recommended to approve plans for four 5.75m (18ft 10in) high columns on the open-air top floor.
Councillor Eric Buckmaster reported last week that lorries were ignoring road closure signs in West Road.
The West Road woes have been described by town, district and county councillor Eric Buckmaster as “beyond the pale”.
Parsonage Residents Association (PRA) sent out a survey asking people their views on the school's Pearse House sports and leisure scheme.
The Sawbridgeworth pub has applied to East Herts Council to make a temporary canopy permanent and to install three lights.