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Developer’s 323 new homes at Goodsyard scheme almost complete

Developer’s 323 new homes at Goodsyard scheme almost complete

Developer’s 323 new homes at Goodsyard scheme almost complete

Homes in the final apartment block at Bellway’s part of the railway station development in Bishop’s Stortford have been released for sale.


Proposals for Travelodge in Stortford prompt new issue over parking

Proposals for Travelodge in Stortford prompt new issue over parking

Proposals for Travelodge in Stortford prompt new issue over parking

East Herts Council preparing regulations which would allow up to 70 permits for hotel guests to leave their cars at Jackson Square and Crown Terrace.


Uttlesford publishes public’s Local Plan comments

Uttlesford publishes public’s Local Plan comments

Uttlesford publishes public’s Local Plan comments

Following a six-week consultation on Uttlesford District Council’s draft Local Plan, the authority received more than 5,000 comments


Church unearths link to golf’s Ryder Cup founder as it plans new era

Church unearths link to golf’s Ryder Cup founder as it plans new era

Church unearths link to golf’s Ryder Cup founder as it plans new era

A foundation stone on the front of Sawbridgeworth Evangelical Congregational Church’s school block bears the name of Ryder Cup founder Samuel Ryder.


Old River Lane: Council leader confirms moves to cut church hall from development

Old River Lane: Council leader confirms moves to cut church hall from development

Old River Lane: Council leader confirms moves to cut church hall from development

Water Lane United Reformed Church Hall, owned by East Herts Council, was set to be demolished along with Charringtons House as part of ORL project.


Plan for house in Thorley Lane East Woods ‘threatens hedgehogs’

Plan for house in Thorley Lane East Woods ‘threatens hedgehogs’

Plan for house in Thorley Lane East Woods ‘threatens hedgehogs’

Lynne Garner, who runs rescue organisation Herts Hogline, told town councillors it was vital to protect the woodland so hedgehogs could roam safely.


Opening hours sliced in revised plans for Parsonage pizza takeaway

Opening hours sliced in revised plans for Parsonage pizza takeaway

Opening hours sliced in revised plans for Parsonage pizza takeaway

New plans for the former Saffron Launderers & Dry Cleaners propose 11am-9pm trading seven days a week instead of 10am to midnight.


Barclays seeks planning permission over its Stortford branch building

Barclays seeks planning permission over its Stortford branch building

Barclays seeks planning permission over its Stortford branch building

Barclays has applied to decommission its three-storey branch in North Street, which is due to serve its final customers on April 12.


Town council laughs off new plan for music and comedy club

Town council laughs off new plan for music and comedy club

Town council laughs off new plan for music and comedy club

Darryl Sydes, leaseholder of the former Barclays bank in Knight Street, tried to reassure residents it was not going to be “some crazy nightclub”.


Work on Stortford business park stops as builder goes into administration

Work on Stortford business park stops as builder goes into administration

Work on Stortford business park stops as builder goes into administration

The scheme for 12 industrial units is part of the 750-home St James’ Park estate being built off Whittington Way and St James’ Way by Countryside.


Company renews bid to extend Wickham Hall solar farm into Uttlesford

Company renews bid to extend Wickham Hall solar farm into Uttlesford

Company renews bid to extend Wickham Hall solar farm into Uttlesford

Plans for a Bishop’s Stortford solar farm straddling the East Herts and Uttlesford border are being pursued with renewed energy.


New fight for woodland action group in face of house plan for wildlife haven

New fight for woodland action group in face of house plan for wildlife haven

New fight for woodland action group in face of house plan for wildlife haven

A planning application for a four-bedroom “passive” house and new access has been submitted to East Herts Council.


Council rejects takeaway plan for Snowley Parade

Council rejects takeaway plan for Snowley Parade

Council rejects takeaway plan for Snowley Parade

East Herts Council rejected plans to convert empty premises at Parsonage’s Snowley Parade last occupied by Saffron Launderers & Dry Cleaners.


Town council Lib Dems demolish Labour’s Old River Lane bid

Town council Lib Dems demolish Labour’s Old River Lane bid

Town council Lib Dems demolish Labour’s Old River Lane bid

Labour attempts to safeguard Water Lane United Reformed Church Hall and Charringtons House have been rejected by Bishop’s Stortford Town Council.


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