News from around Welwyn Hatfield in November 2020
Work has started on revamping the popular skate park at King George V Playing Fields in Welwyn Garden City.
The council has unveiled proposals for Campus West car park to unlock the potential of other sites across WGC town centre for redevelopment.
Welwyn Hatfield Borough council successfully defended a strike out of a county court appeal, brought by solicitors Duncan Lewis to challenge a homelessness review decision.
The Community Partnerships team at Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council has enabled its Youth Council to host a ground-breaking virtual 'Question Time' akin to the BBC's flagship political debating television programme.
The council's planning committee will recommend proposals that would see 13,277 new homes delivered through the Local Plan until 2036.
Celebrating Bonﬁre Night may be a little different this year, so we have some important advice for you if you are planning on using ﬁreworks at home.
Mayor of Welwyn Hatfield, Councillor Roger Trigg and Deputy Mayor, Councillor Peter Hebden, have presented Welwyn Hatfield charity Potential Kids, with a cheque for £9,000.
Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council is the latest of 11 councils on the Hertfordshire Growth Board to officially announce its support for the new statutory joint committee.
Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council has approved the issuing of a permanent Article 4 Direction which will remove permitted development rights on land at Digswell Park Road by the Digswell Viaduct.
A man has been cautioned after doing burnouts in his car, causing thousands of pounds of damage to Hunters Bridge car park, Welwyn Garden City.