East Herts' average house price £471,000 – up 45.6% since market peak of 2007-08 compared with 49% in Herts, 37% in East of England and 58% in London
The South Street branch of Steamer Trading is one of 11 that will reopen as a ProCook – but no such joy for Saffron Walden shop
Developers' planning application makes it clear the move to add 111 two- and three-bed homes to first phase will not alter final total of 2,200
The initiative, which is now in its third year, has handed out more than £200,000 to 200 good causes across the country.
Free initial advice from financial advisors and solicitors will be available at the event on on Saturday, March 2,
Response to media reports advising people not to book travel to EU countries after March 29 in case of no-deal withdrawal
Bishop's Stortford's iconic former Royal British Legion club, which was bought for £3,000 in 1948, is on the market for offers in excess of £1m.
Controversial plans for a new multi-storey car park in the heart of Bishop's Stortford have been redrawn after hitting a roadblock.
A Knight Frank team raised more than £400 for St Elizabeth's Centre when they did a six-hour charity bag pack at Waitrose.
Developer Solum has welcomed the unanimous decision of East Herts Council's development management committee to approve its 586-home plan for the brownfield Goods Yard site in Bishop's Stortford.
A park and ride for Bishop's Stortford is the preferred option for the town council and civic federation as members demolished proposals for a new multi-storey.
One of the consortium of developers building the massive Stortford Fields development has sold the first eight homes in its sector.