Hertsmere Borough Council has yet to develop a derelict Potters Bar property, after seizing it more than a year ago.
Labour has gained two seats from the Conservatives in one of Potters Bar's three wards after yesterday's Hertsmere Borough Council elections.
Tireless community organisers from Potters Bar have had their efforts recognised in the Hertsmere Borough Council Civic Awards.
A mystery land development at South Mimms may become housing - but work has progressed without required permissions, Hertsmere Borough Council says.
Know an unsung hero in Potters Bar? Nominate them for their moment of recognition at Hertsmere Borough Council's Civic Awards.
An injunction protecting 25 council-owned sites in Potters Bar and 108 across Hertsmere borough from unauthorised encampments has been extended by three years after a High Court of Justice hearing.
A Potters Bar school has received a £50,000 council grant to upgrade a sports facility.
Shops in Potters Bar are in a bid to receive funding to help them thrive and encourage people to shop on the high street rather than online.
Potters Bar residents were thanked by Hertsmere Borough Council for engaging with the latest phase of the new Local Plan.
With Welwyn Hatfield Council's 4,000-home shortfall in its Local Plan, its planners are now reaching out to Hertsmere for help.
The £2million refurbishment of a Potters Bar leisure centre is taking shape with a new cycling studio and upgraded gym set to open within the next few weeks.
A £3.2million project to build a new hangar at an aircraft museum preserving de Havilland's aviation heritage has been given civic approval.
Proposals to build new homes in Potters Bar as part of Hertsmere's Local Plan have met with mixed reactions from residents.
People in Potters Bar will soon be invited to have their say on the next stage of housing development in Hertsmere.