A planning application has been submitted for the demolition of a former Welwyn Garden City restaurant and the construction of a number of new homes.
Government funding to support Polish and Romanian residents in Welwyn Hatfield and promote “community cohesion” has been secured.
A Welwyn restaurant that was shut due to evidence of a possible cockroach infestation is welcoming diners again with a clean certificate.
A housing association has come under fire by Welwyn Garden City residents who were evacuated during a rooftop siege.
Welwyn Hatfield Council has celebrated 10 years of partnering with its repairs contractor Mears.
Welwyn Hatfield Council will spend £26k on a new officer dedicated to tackling antisocial behaviour in the borough.
The deadline for a consultation on parking in Hatfield has been extended due to a low response rate.
Welwyn Hatfield Council has revealed it is now being asked to potentially deliver around 16,000 homes as part of its Local Plan.
Vandals destroyed 11 young trees in Welwyn Garden City causing over £1,000 worth of damage.
Welwyn Hatfield Council is inviting residents to the raising of the Commonwealth Day flag.
After granting itself planning permission for a crematorium, Welwyn Hatfield Council has now had its plans quashed by a High Court ruling over a “legal error”.
Welwyn Hatfield Council is warning of disruption to services during the current cold snap.
Residents say Welwyn Hatfield Council is “discriminating against the elderly” amid claims they have been unable to pay for services using cheque or cash.
A new traffic management plan for major events at Hatfield House will help ‘minimise disruption’ and also ‘boost the economy’.
Welwyn Hatfield Council is currently dealing with more than 500 enforcement cases when it comes to planning and estate management, a report has revealed.
Welwyn Garden City residents are fed up with their road being treated like a car park, resulting in gridlock when drivers need to pass each other.
Welwyn Hatfield Council officially raised its council tax for the coming financial year last night (Wednesday, February 21).
Welwyn Hatfield’s new Chief Inspector has warned she will continue to take a “no-nonsense” approach to antisocial behaviour after recently taking the helm.
Creatives behind this year’s 2018 Welwyn Hatfield Council pantomime are promising another magical show.
Plans for a relocated runway, aviation buildings and a clubhouse at Panshanger Aeordrome have been officially submitted.
None of the major parties plan to force a by-election to contest the late Lynne Sparks’ council seat, according to the group leaders for Labour and the Liberal Democrats.
Tributes have been pouring in after the tragic death of much-loved mayor and councillor Lynne Sparks.
Tickets go on sale today for this year’s Welwyn Hatfield pantomime – and producers expect them to fly out of the box office.
Opposition leaders have attacked Welwyn Hatfield Council’s budget, arguing that “people expect decent standards and they’re not getting them”.
A planning application is soon to be submitted for the former Welwyn Garden City Costcutter and post office premises in Howardsgate.
A former drug addict and ex-gang member told his story at a Welwyn Garden City school in a bid to help tackle antisocial behaviour in the town.
A planning application has been submitted to Welwyn Hatfield Council for a wedding venue at a Grade 1 listed mansion.
Welwyn Hatfield Council is set to splash £200k on refurbishment work at one of its WGC car parks.
Plans for 2,550 homes in and on the edge of Welwyn Garden City went under the microscope at the latest Local Plan hearing this week.
Welwyn Hatfield Council’s leader has claimed that members correctly get free parking because current allowance levels would otherwise leave them out of pocket.