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Councils to push Stortford station car park operators to cut prices

Councils to push Stortford station car park operators to cut prices

Councils to push Stortford station car park operators to cut prices

Train commuters beating shoppers and workers to bays in the town centre is one of the problems highlighted by traders and residents.


Decision day looms for Stansted Airport expansion after 14 months in limbo

Decision day looms for Stansted Airport expansion after 14 months in limbo

Decision day looms for Stansted Airport expansion after 14 months in limbo

Uttlesford District Council has spent more than £90,000 of council taxpayers’ money on further legal advice after it decided to delay.


Only a third of £6bn infrastructure cost for 100,000 new homes in Herts is in the bag

Only a third of £6bn infrastructure cost for 100,000 new homes in Herts is in the bag

Only a third of £6bn infrastructure cost for 100,000 new homes in Herts is in the bag

County council reiterates its commitment to get developers to foot the bill for services to support new homes.


Town council takes brakes off cycling and walking strategy with new investment

Town council takes brakes off cycling and walking strategy with new investment

Town council takes brakes off cycling and walking strategy with new investment

Councillors recommend spending £10,000 on digital map and phone app of Stortford's cycle paths, more signage and bike stands in town centre


We need to tame the traffic to preserve Bishop's Stortford's character

We need to tame the traffic to preserve Bishop's Stortford's character

We need to tame the traffic to preserve Bishop's Stortford's character

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


Mobile classrooms are a temporary fix for expanding Stortford school

Mobile classrooms are a temporary fix for expanding Stortford school

Mobile classrooms are a temporary fix for expanding Stortford school

The provision at St Joseph's Catholic Primary will be a stopgap measure while a new two-storey school and facilities for up to 420 pupils are built


Council weeds out Thorley Park resident's plan to expand garden

Council weeds out Thorley Park resident's plan to expand garden

Council weeds out Thorley Park resident's plan to expand garden

Clifford Roberts' application for change of use permission next to his home in Mathams Drive has been refused


Uttlesford leader warns of 'disastrous' consequences if plan falters again

Uttlesford leader warns of 'disastrous' consequences if plan falters again

Uttlesford leader warns of 'disastrous' consequences if plan falters again

New administration was given chance to pull back after it was noted the party was critical of the draft formulated by its Conservative predecessor.


Town council ponders more than doubling budget for BMX track

Town council ponders more than doubling budget for BMX track

Town council ponders more than doubling budget for BMX track

Members of the environment and public amenities committee are to look again at the £105,000 scheme for Sworder's Field


East Herts ponders plans for 10,000 new homes on border with Harlow

East Herts ponders plans for 10,000 new homes on border with Harlow

East Herts ponders plans for 10,000 new homes on border with Harlow

Developer Places for People wants to build a mixed-use development as part of the Harlow and Gilston Garden Town


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