Bishop's Stortford High School development will follow construction of new secondary off Whittington Way which is set for completion in 2022.
The town council has been asked to come up with around 40 fitting names for residential roads on St James' Park, off Whittington Way.
BSCF president John Rhodes has made a detailed response to Whitehall's planning White Paper using Stortford to reinforce his points.
Thorley Street residents and councillors fear houses are at risk of damage from lorries accessing building site.
The extended secondary is a key part of developer Countryside's plan for 750-home estate St James Park.
Bishop's Stortford High School wants to redevelop its campus after it relocates less than a mile to the new 750-home estate off Whittington Way.
Letter carver Simon Langsdale won a public vote to create a centrepiece for St Michael's Hurst in collaboration with craftsman Steve Woodley.
Frontier Estates has revised its layout for the shops, medical centre, nursery and care home to serve the 2,200 homes being built.
The new school is a key part of developer Countryside's plans for a 750-home estate off Whittington Way.
Deborah Austin, a practice nurse at South Street Surgery, had parked in a layby on Stortford Fields to tend to her ill daughter and grandchild.
Members of development control committee to meet to discuss detailed proposals for the new campus off Whittington Way.
Herts County Council's highways department has backed campaigners who claim the development at London Road will add to unbearable congestion.
The partners at the Bishop's Stortford town centre practice have drawn up proposals for a state-of-the-art block.
Bishop's Stortford Town Council, Chantry Community Association, East Herts district councillors and Herts highways are all opposed.
East Herts approves masterplans which lift capacity on Bishop's Stortford High School site from 150 to 223 homes and at golf club from 50 to 62.