Sawbridgeworth town councillors passed four resolutions, including asking East Herts Council why they were not consulted on the centre plan.
Becky Scott started the petition after learning of the plan to build a 24/7 distribution centre and warehousing unit on the St James Park development.
A Shell spokesman outlined the reasons for the latest delay to the refurbishment of Sawbridgeworth's only fuel stop.
Mike Tattum and Jane Bell challenged EHC over planning breaches by Connect Scaffolding and council's failure to use its enforcement powers.
Revamp is part of £200,000 project which also includes parkour, zip line, timber adventure play features, gym equipment and climbing wall.
Town councillors have suggested potential street names for Taylor Wimpey's 140-home development in Sawbridgeworth.
Mike Tattum and Jane Bell have been wrangling with Connect Scaffolding after it expanded its operation next to their listed home off A120.
"We want to develop an action plan in conjunction with the local community on how to achieve a zero carbon Sawbridgeworth."
Plans to enhance scrubland were imposed on East Herts Council by Environment Agency as part of planning consent for Northgate End car park.
The party argued for the definition of affordable homes to be linked to local people's average earnings, not market rents in the area.
Julie Marson has written to East Herts urging it to use planning legislation to safeguard the meadows between Rye Street and the railway line.
Taylor Wimpey and Charles Church submit blueprint for one- to four-bed houses and apartments on land that was earmarked for a secondary school.
The partners at the Bishop's Stortford town centre practice have drawn up proposals for a state-of-the-art block.
Traders who have set up workshops at Crump’s Farm cite issues around signage, replacement of windows, roofing and a gate at the front of the property.
In one week, residents were cut off by road closures and by heavy rain flooding the diversion route, a single-track lane through a ford.
A grass triangle used for recreation by residents for more than 30 years has twice in the past year been the subject of planning applications.