Hatfield charities relocated ahead of building demolition
CHARITIES at a condemned Hatfield building will be relocated from next month.
The Bill Salmon Centre will close on March 31 ahead of the first phase of the long-awaited Hatfield town centre regeneration programme.
The first phase of the scheme will see the centre demolished and replaced with a four-storey building comprising five retail units on the ground floor and 15 flats above.
Work is due to begin later this year, but in the meantime Welwyn Hatfield Council has agreed new locations for the organisations that have had to move.
Both HertSavers Credit Union and Councils for Voluntary Service (CVS) will move to 40 Town Centre, Hatfield.
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Hatfield Shopmobility will move to community centre Space Hatfield, in the ground floor of Queensway House.
Wheelchairs for Loan is moving to the Jim McDonald Centre in Hatfield while Hospitaller, MIND and Hornbeams will move to Campus West in WGC.
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Welwyn Hatfield Council leader John Dean said: “I am very pleased we have been able to offer accommodation to the voluntary groups housed within the centre to enable them to continue with their valuable work for the community.”