The party argued for the definition of affordable homes to be linked to local people's average earnings, not market rents in the area.
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.
There will be an extraordinary meeting of Uttlesford District Council on Thursday evening (April 25)
Uttlesford says schools, medical and leisure facilities, transport links and shops will be created alongside the construction of new homes
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.
Train commuters beating shoppers and workers to bays in the town centre is one of the problems highlighted by traders and residents.
Uttlesford District Council has spent more than £90,000 of council taxpayers’ money on further legal advice after it decided to delay.
County council reiterates its commitment to get developers to foot the bill for services to support new homes.
Councillors recommend spending £10,000 on digital map and phone app of Stortford's cycle paths, more signage and bike stands in town centre
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
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
Clifford Roberts' application for change of use permission next to his home in Mathams Drive has been refused