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Nando's set to spice up Stortford town centre with new restaurant

Nando's set to spice up Stortford town centre with new restaurant

Nando's set to spice up Stortford town centre with new restaurant

The chain, famed for its peri-peri chicken, wants to open a branch in an empty shop next to Mountain Warehouse in Potter Street


Stortford rugby club spells out its £800,000 plans for Silver Leys

Stortford rugby club spells out its £800,000 plans for Silver Leys

Stortford rugby club spells out its £800,000 plans for Silver Leys

Spokesman Perry Oliver told the town council about its aspirations, with a particular focus on boosting the sport for women, girls and boys


£22m new leisure centre at Grange Paddocks will be built in a concrete bowl

£22m new leisure centre at Grange Paddocks will be built in a concrete bowl

£22m new leisure centre at Grange Paddocks will be built in a concrete bowl

The new complex will be built just south of the 50-year-old current structure, which will then be demolished to make way for sports pitches


Airport boss welcomes government decision to back council over planning permission for 43m passengers

Airport boss welcomes government decision to back council over planning permission for 43m passengers

Airport boss welcomes government decision to back council over planning permission for 43m passengers

After permission was granted by the council, the verdict was subject to a review by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government.


Demand for smaller homes prompts change to Stortford Fields blueprint

Demand for smaller homes prompts change to Stortford Fields blueprint

Demand for smaller homes prompts change to Stortford Fields blueprint

Developers' planning application makes it clear the move to add 111 two- and three-bed homes to first phase will not alter final total of 2,200


Air pollution falls to almost legal levels at Hockerill traffic lights

Air pollution falls to almost legal levels at Hockerill traffic lights

Air pollution falls to almost legal levels at Hockerill traffic lights

At Hockerill junction, the figure is now 41.8 micrograms, with air pollution in Stansted Road now below the target at 39.6 micrograms.


750 homes on former Green Belt land at Thorley set for green light

750 homes on former Green Belt land at Thorley set for green light

750 homes on former Green Belt land at Thorley set for green light

A report to East Herts Council’s development management committee recommends approval of the scheme from Countryside – despite 1,392 objections


Community forums to get a say in new garden communities for Uttlesford

Community forums to get a say in new garden communities for Uttlesford

Community forums to get a say in new garden communities for Uttlesford

The authority is including parish and town councils, small businesses, youth groups and those from the arts and culture sectors.


Resounding no to revised Bishop's Stortford South plans from town council

Resounding no to revised Bishop's Stortford South plans from town council

Resounding no to revised Bishop's Stortford South plans from town council

As the committee prepared to vote unanimously to oppose the scheme, Cllr Diane Hollebon summed up their feelings: “No! No! No!”


Stortford homes plan is an 'accident waiting to happen' according to committee

Stortford homes plan is an 'accident waiting to happen' according to committee

Stortford homes plan is an 'accident waiting to happen' according to committee

Gardens at 123 and 127 Dunmow Road would accommodate a terrace of ten new homes.


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