East Herts Council is building a new £20m leisure centre at Grange Paddocks and is poised to construct a six-storey car park at Northgate End.
Old River Lane scheme includes 544-seat theatre, four-screen cinema, open space called Waytemore Square, 150 homes, shops and a new woodland area.
East Herts Council is shutting Northgate End to make way for a six-floor, 597-space multi-storey car park to kickstart its Old River Lane development.
The residents' body argues building at Northgate End should not begin until the council clarifies its plans for a cultural quarter at Old River Lane.
Yew Tree Place resident vows to continue his campaign against East Herts Council scheme outside court.
Negotiations have concluded between the district and county councils for a plot of land critical to plans for new 546-space car park at Northgate End.
The multi-storey is the key to unlocking East Herts Council's vision for Old River Lane, a cultural quarter including a £30m arts centre.
East Herts Council's scheme for a 546-space multi-storey at Northgate End has been in limbo since planning approval was granted in July 2018.
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
In a 6-part series, Chas Gill delves into the Bishop's Stortford Town Centre Planning Framework. Week 1: Walking and cycling
The finance and policy committee has recommended that the agreement should be renewed next year and the centre’s annual £255k grant should continue.
A High Court hearing has been scheduled for October after Yew Tree Place neighbour Clive Risby launched his second legal action
Chairwoman Karen Burton spoke out after reviewing a new report from parliament’s housing, communities and local government committee.
Cllr Linda Haysey said: “We are now ready to appoint a developer to bring our vision for Old River Lane in Bishop’s Stortford to life."