Village flats plan unveiled
PLANS to build nine flats in a village have been submitted to Welwyn Hatfield Council.
Alan Bullock has asked planning chiefs for permission to construct five two-bedroom and four one-bedroom apartments in Station Road, Cuffley.
The quarter-of-an-acre site, which is located behind Tesco, used to be the car park and beer garden of the village’s former Harvester pub, which closed in 2007.
Under Mr Bullock’s plans, 13 parking spaces for residents and visitors would also be provided.
The application is currently out to public consultation until June 14.
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A decision is anticipated by July 9.
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