February 2022

News from in and around Welwyn Hatfield

An image relating to Ukraine invasion - statement from the Leader of the Council
Tonight, we light the clock tower on the Council Offices in the colours of the Ukrainian flag - blue and yellow - to show support for the nation following the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
An image relating to Joint statement with Marks & Spencer and the Howard Centre on the future use of the space currently occupied by M&S
The council is continuing to work closely with M&S and the owners of the Howard Centre on the best use of the space that M&S intend to cease trading from, and on the possibility of M&S opening a new Foodhall in the future at an alternative location in the borough.
An image relating to Housing compliance review statement
Statement from Councillor Fiona Thomson, Executive Member, Housing and Climate Change, on the publication of a review of housing compliance at Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council.
An image relating to Welwyn Hatfield Youth Awards - a night of celebration!
Last night we celebrated young people in Welwyn Hatfield at our Youth Awards ceremony at Campus West, Welwyn Garden City.
An image relating to Welwyn Garden City Post Office reopens
Following the temporary closure of Pear Tree Post Office, the branch has reopened at a new location.
An image relating to Welwyn Hatfield Community Fund hits funding milestone
The Welwyn Hatfield Community Fund (WHCF) hit a funding milestone this month having awarded over £106,000 to local organisations
An image relating to Boundary Commission
Constituencies are changing - have your say now
An image relating to First look at Minster House in Hatfield
Leader of WHBC joins local councillors for tour of major £20m, state-of-the-art apartment complex, under construction at Minster Close, Hatfield
An image relating to Garden Waste sign-up and renewal open for 2022/23
Welwyn Hatfield residents can subscribe to the 2022/23 Garden Waste Service from Monday 14 February.
An image relating to Car park payment card thefts
Members of the public are being asked to be vigilant when using the pay and display machines at car parks in Hatfield and Welwyn Garden City.