The Local Plan inspector has called on Welwyn Hatfield to speed up its already “lengthy” examination process.
A total of 38 play areas will be reopened by Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council as lockdown continues to ease this weekend.
Scouts, a volunteer, litter pickers and students have been honoured by Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council at its Civic Awards.
A landfill enforcement notice has been withdrawn in Brookmans Park after the council said they lacked the “technical resources” to survey the site, as well as needing access to the land.
A controversial concrete crushing plant, which is often described as a muncher, will be used at a new housing development in Hatfield.
A flag was raised outside of Welwyn Hatfield and Hertsmere council offices yesterday – ahead of Armed Forces Day on Saturday.
A residents association in Bell Bar is claiming that they are being used as “sacrificial lambs” so nearby village, Brookmans Park, has less development.
A Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council commercial tenant does not have to pay back £22,000 in rent to the council.
The leader of Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council has said it is time to listen to the BAME community.
A Welwyn Garden City woman has been sleeping on a blow-up mattress so she can avoid the water damage in her bedroom, and is hoping the council will help.
An art competition on the theme of ‘Welwyn Hatfield and the Environment’ has been launched by youth councillors.
Charging in car parks and town centre parking restrictions will be back in force during the middle of this month.
There have several incidents of fly-tipping in Welwyn Hatfield and Potters Bar this as the lockdown continues.
Welwyn Hatfield residents can look forward to garden and food waste collections returning next month.
A former Welwyn Hatfield mayor who “had a zest for life” and taught his children and grandchildren to stand up for others has died.
Residents who are vulnerable in Welwyn Hatfield and Potters Bar are being urged to get in contact with services that can help.
Mayor and councillor Roger Trigg has a special message of thanks to the people of Welwyn Hatfield during the coronavirus outbreak.
Welwyn Hatfield residents are being urged by the borough council and the fire service to not light bonfires after the suspension of the collection of garden waste.
Welwyn Hatfield and Hertsmere have both seen a rise in empty homes according to the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government.
A Welwyn conservative borough councillor has claimed his account has been hacked after his twitter profile sent a tweet about a Labour MP, who is running for deputy leader of the party.
Parking enforcement officers working for Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council have been reportedly abused doing their job.
After the Government said all rough sleepers must be in by the weekend, Welwyn Hatfield and Hertsmere Borough Councils brought everyone that they could identify as homeless inside.
Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council has suspended its garden waste brown bin collection until further notice due to reduced numbers of staff.
Parking charges and parking enforcement have been mostly suspended in Welwyn Hatfield and Hertsmere in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
A 79-year-old woman from Hatfield has been living next door to a rat-infested house that has been abandoned for 17 years.
Welwyn Roman Baths, Mill Green Mill and Museum and Cuffley Library have closed due to the coronavirus.
Welwyn Hatfield and Hertsmere Borough Council said they will be focusing on key services during the outbreak.
Welwyn Hatfield is one of six boroughs in the UK to be given ‘Tree City of the World’ status by the United Nations.
A new Welwyn Hatfield waste collector will take over from Serco at the end of the month.
Welwyn Hatfield residents will see a council tax increase by an average of 3.75 per cent – marking another year of increase.
After over 300 trees were cut down last year due to disease, Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council still needs to replant 40.
Brookmans Park and Welwyn residents have reacted with frustration at the sites recommended for inclusion in the Local Plan by officers.
Welwyn Hatfield residents will face ‘on the spot’ fines of up to £300, if they fail to make sure their rubbish is properly disposed of.
A Liberal Democrat 2019 General Election candidate has questioned whether a hotel in Hatfield should be used as a polling station – because of links with incumbent Conservative MP Grant Shapps.
For some they can be the spectacular highlight of a celebration, but for others and their animals fireworks can cause anguish and distress.
A fraudulent claim for £10,000 of housing benefit has been written off by Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council.
The Peartree area in Welwyn Garden City could be designated a conservation area under new Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council plans.
Welwyn Garden City’s proposed Birchall development – which could have an estimated 1,200 homes – is facing fresh questions during the Local Plan hearings.
The Local Plan examination hearings start in Welwyn Hatfield today and will last until Wednesday.
A woman from Welwyn Garden City has claimed that problems with mould in her home are affecting her children’s health.
Welwyn Garden City has new sessions for skateboarding in the new year – following the summer skate jam success.
Police and Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council are urging residents to look out for cuckooing – when gangs establish a drugs base.
Reported fly-tipping offences have gone down by 12.8 per cent in Welwyn Hatfield in 2018/19 compared to 2017/18 – mirroring a wider trend across Hertfordshire.
Several council meetings will not go- head at Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council due to the General Election on December 12.
A carcinogenic bromate plume should be investigated before Herts county council considers a quarry on the Hatfield Aerodrome site, the borough council urges.
Plans have been submitted for more than 150 new homes in Hatfield – as part of the borough council’s regeneration plans.
The leader of Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council has paid tribute to a former councillor from Welwyn Garden City who died after suffering serious head injuries at the weekend.
Today at midnight is the last day to submit evidence on the soundness of Welwyn Hatfield’s draft Local Plan.
The government’s planning inspector has criticised Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council over its delayed approval of the draft Local Plan.
Ahead of Thursday’s public meeting on the future of Welwyn Garden City’s urgent care centre, Conservatives say their motion to halt opening hours changing was “hijacked” by the Liberal Democrats last night.