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.
For a second time, East Herts Council's development management committee backed the scheme to provide 546 spaces over six levels
Town council funds Rhodes to the tune of £250,000 a year – but that will reduce when it also starts supporting the new Old River Lane arts centre
East Herts Council has appointed a dedicated officer to investigate money generated by Section 106 planning agreements.
East Herts Council revised its scheme for a six-storey, 546-space car park after High Court success by Yew Tree Place resident Clive Risby
The Water Lane eatery, run by chef Luke Fishpool and his wife Sue, closed in December after more than two decades
East Herts Council has resubmitted its plans for a six-storey car park on the former cattle market at Northgate End.
A shortlist of developers who have bid to build on Bishops Stortfords Old River Lane site is being drawn up.
Indie columnist Chas Gill says an online petition against the proposed 546-space car park at Northgate End is all well and good, but what about the silent majority?
Jill Goldsmith, a member of Bishop's Stortford Climate Group and an opponent of the plan to build a six-storey car park at Northgate End, writes on how the town's residents were under-represented at Wednesday evening's East Herts Council planning meeting..
An online petition signed by more than 850 people failed to sway East Herts Council from granting planning permission for its own scheme to build a multi-storey car park of 546 spaces.
Fears of unfettered development in Bishops Stortford have been eased by the publication of the Government inspectors report into new homes across East Herts.