North Herts District Council has welcomed proposed amendments made to its Local Plan by the independent inspector appointed to examine to proposals which may bring nearly 16,000 new homes to the district.
The public inquiry into whether Reed’s only pub should be turned permanently into a house concluded on Wednesday last week, and now pub supporters and the current owner have reflected on the three-day hearing.
In the final instalment of the Crow’s series of special reports looking at the history of A505 dangers between Royston and Baldock, we focus on how the authorities have reacted to the crashes that have blighted the road for decades.
The family of a Sandon farmer – who became county vice lord lieutenant, high Sheriff, North Herts District councillor and a Stevenage vicar – have spoken about his eventful life following his death aged 71.
Royston Says No to Gladman campaigners have said they are pleased “Affinity Water has acknowledged the possible risks” to Royston’s drinking water supply from the proposed site for 120 houses at the top of Briary Lane.