News stories from in and around Welwyn Hatfield in February 2020.
The council has launched a consultation seeking views on sites for around 2,000 homes to be added to the 12,000 in the submitted Local Plan.
The council's budget for the financial year ahead was approved at Full Council on Monday (3 February).
Move over the BAFTAs, the Golden Globes and the Oscars, it's time to roll out the red carpet for last year's Campus West production of Snow White.
More rough sleepers in Welwyn Hatfield will be helped off the streets and into safe accommodation thanks to funding secured by the council.
A local mums' group is encouraging Welwyn and Hatfield parents to give reusable nappies a go to help reduce waste and save money. 1
Two awareness evenings providing advice and support for parents and guardians on protecting children from youth violence, gangs and knife crime, are being held in Hatfield on February 25th.
Tickets are now on sale for this year's Campus West pantomime, Jack & the Beanstalk, and its adult-only spin-off, Jack - Stalk Dirty to Me!
The Jim McDonald Centre has a fresh new look for its 30th anniversary and is now called 'The Hive' @ the Jim McDonald Centre.
More and more local businesses are signing up to the council's Eat Out, Eat Well scheme.
The council's Development Management Committee (DMC) yesterday voted to approve the planning application to build 90 new sheltered housing apartments on an existing site in Hatfield.