Public to be consulted on Hatfield regeneration 'This autumn'
THE resurrection of the Hatfield town centre regeneration scheme seems to have taken yet another tentative step forward. Welwyn Hatfield Council has announced that the first public consultation on the revised scheme could be held as soon as autumn this ye
THE resurrection of the Hatfield town centre regeneration scheme seems to have taken yet another tentative step forward.
Welwyn Hatfield Council has announced that the first public consultation on the revised scheme could be held as soon as autumn this year.
Since recruiting architects Haskoll to the project in July, the council, developers St Modwen and the Homes and Communities Agency have been in discussions over viable options to improve Hatfield.
These options have now been presented to interested businesses and leading councillors, as well as MP Grant Shapps and parliamentary candidates Mike Hobday and Paul Zukowskij.
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A council spokeswoman said the meetings had been "very encouraging".
"As a result, the partnership is now engaged in studies to establish the viability of the options being discussed," she said.
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"Once this work has been completed with a successful outcome, it is envisaged that further consultation with the wider community and interested parties will be undertaken on the various options, in autumn this year.