1. Update on the Station Pub

    The Saga Continues

    The next meeting of the Planning Control Committee is due to meet on Thursday 20th Sept to review the reasons for refusal of the applicationto redevelop the station pub (ref. 17/01622/1). The general idea is to simplify the reasons for refusal to avoid the appeal …

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  2. A voice from the past”

    Hello There! Sorry I haven’t been posting much. I don’t go to NHDC meetings any longer - yay! - and it’s been the holiday season. The Parish Council continues, and we are in danger of going up to full strength, which is no mean feat. Graveley is struggling to …

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  3. District Council Elections

    Update on election from 3 May

    Knebworth Ward has fallen to the Lib Dems in spite of all the hard work put in by my supporters and me. A very intensive campaign from the Lib Dems paid off with a victory for first time candidate Lisa Nash. The full results …

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  4. HCC is consulting on the proposed additional DYLs in Knebworth.

    Herts County Council is consulting on the proposed additional double yellow lines in Gun Lane and Park Lane. Objections to the proposals should be made in writing to Terry Curtis, Postal Point (CH0242) First Floor, East Link Corridor, County Hall, Pegs Lane, Hertford SG13 8DN or tro.team@hertfordshire.gov …

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  5. Community Facilities Capital Grant Fund

    North Hertfordshire District Council (NHDC) has awarded grant funding of over £240,000 to a number of community buildings across the district. Knebworth Scout and Guide Group was awarded £32,000 for essential maintenance to its circa 1950’s headquarters. The funding will be put towards roofing, paving and drainage …

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  6. Who is responsible for controlling verge parking?

    Over our long, wet winter in our congested village with its inadequate parking facilities, one issue comes up time and time again. This is the anti-social habit of drivers parking with one (or more) pairs of wheels on the grass verge, turning it into a muddy wreck. The solution is …

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