Margherita Caporale found a primary place for her youngest via social media and secured secondary spots for her two other kids under her own steam
More than 100 demonstrators marched across the farmland site of the proposed 750-home development
The trusts that oversee the town's secondaries are set to bid against each other to run the three new schools for Stortford North
Old Thorley and Twyford Residents' Association vice-chair says East Herts is trying to rush through the application before May's council elections
Hertfordshire as a whole must accommodate up to 100,000 new homes by 2031 against a £4.6 billion black hole in the infrastructure budget.
The winner must found a new secondary and two primaries “to be run as a new and innovative all-through learning village”.
There will be around 100,000 new homes - an increase of more than 20% of the current total housing stock.
East Herts Council has appointed a dedicated officer to investigate money generated by Section 106 planning agreements.
The brief is for the schools for families at Stortford Fields and St Michael’s Hurst to be “run as a new and innovative all-through learning village”.
Cllr Colin Woodward wants the walkway to the secondary to be enclosed so it cannot be used as a vantage point for vandals
East Herts Council set to approve planning application for extra homes at St Michael's Hurst
A planning application for 750 homes at Bishop's Stortford South has been submitted to East Herts Council by developer Countryside.