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Developer withdraws 44-bed hotel scheme for Stortford after planners' critical report

Developer withdraws 44-bed hotel scheme for Stortford after planners' critical report

Developer withdraws 44-bed hotel scheme for Stortford after planners' critical report

Planners said that the proposed budget hotel was 'akin to a hostel' in that each room would have a kitchenette and there would be a launderette.


Thorley Park 'under attack with some of the silliest plans ever seen'

Thorley Park 'under attack with some of the silliest plans ever seen'

Thorley Park 'under attack with some of the silliest plans ever seen'

Town council leader John Wyllie said: "Thorley seems to be under attack from people coming up with outrageous ideas. It's totally out of keeping."


Developer banking on new future for Nationwide's old home in Stortford

Developer banking on new future for Nationwide's old home in Stortford

Developer banking on new future for Nationwide's old home in Stortford

Former building society premises in town centre could be converted into a shop and two new homes.


Flood of complaints about Thorley Park takeaway forces rethink

Flood of complaints about Thorley Park takeaway forces rethink

Flood of complaints about Thorley Park takeaway forces rethink

In all, 246 residents wrote to East Herts Council asking for the scheme to be rejected.


Plan for Thorley Park takeaway on patch of grass right by residents' gardens

Plan for Thorley Park takeaway on patch of grass right by residents' gardens

Plan for Thorley Park takeaway on patch of grass right by residents' gardens

Town council leader John Wyllie leads opposition to application for takeaway by path approaching Sainsbury's at Thorley Neighbourhood Centre.


Bishop's Stortford High School reveals vision for up to 240 new homes on its campus

Bishop's Stortford High School reveals vision for up to 240 new homes on its campus

Bishop's Stortford High School reveals vision for up to 240 new homes on its campus

Governors hope to sell London Road buildings and playing fields to a developer and use the proceeds to build a new school off Whittington Way.


Stortford animal shelter's new base taking shape just in time for Christmas

Stortford animal shelter's new base taking shape just in time for Christmas

Stortford animal shelter's new base taking shape just in time for Christmas

Jan Rose set up the Animal Rescue Charity with daughter Fiona Piggott in 1990 'to provide a safe haven for neglected, unwanted and abandoned animals'.


Stansted Airport passenger numbers down for first time in five years

Stansted Airport passenger numbers down for first time in five years

Stansted Airport passenger numbers down for first time in five years

Expansion protestors point to drop as proof council can take its time reviewing planning consent for airport's growth to 43 million passengers a year.


Bishop's Goods Yard utility works behind Station Road and Anchor Street closure notices

Bishop's Goods Yard utility works behind Station Road and Anchor Street closure notices

Bishop's Goods Yard utility works behind Station Road and Anchor Street closure notices

The closure order is to come into force on November 11 and the work must take place during the following 18 months.


Stansted residents renew battle as developer looks to build 199 homes off country lane

Stansted residents renew battle as developer looks to build 199 homes off country lane

Stansted residents renew battle as developer looks to build 199 homes off country lane

Villagers have twice blocked schemes for the site off Pennington Lane, which could become a road through the middle of two estates.


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