Lib Dem leader probes East Herts on Goods Yard plans: "Do we just have to accept it and hope that everything will turn out all right?"
The £200m Goods Yard scheme will provide over 500 new homes, two multi-storey car parks, a station square, hotel, shops, offices and care home
The road linking London Road and Dane Street will be for use by buses and taxis only as condition imposed by council to promote sustainable transport.
Train commuters beating shoppers and workers to bays in the town centre is one of the problems highlighted by traders and residents.
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
Indie GreenWatch correspondent Louise Tennekoon says that East Herts' approach to the Goods Yard development has implications far beyond the site
'All we see is a dark rusty brown cliff face of a structure that looks like a derelict factory, adding to the dismal entrance area of the complex'
DOUGH&co boss, who once worked at The Thatchers in Hatfield Heath, prepares to open his third eatery as part of plans to launch 50 in the next 5 years
Louise Tennekoon, who writes the GreenWatch column for the Indie, has been looking into just how green the Goods Yard development is
Developer Bellway is to construct a further 170 apartments as part of its provision of 323 in all
Residents and passengers to be affected as work continues on new Dane Street-London Road link road, bus interchange, station square and multi-storey
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.