Public Consultation at York House on 11 December

December 5, 2012
We received the message below on December 5th a note from GCE advising us of a meeting next Tuesday 11th which is an important opportunity for us residents to express our views on the landscaping proposals for Salisbury Square. We are owed apologies from someone for the short notice, but please come if you can.
 

"We would like to invite you to a public consultation in York House on Tuesday 11 December to discuss the latest developments for Salisbury Square, and Old Hatfield generally.

In April 2012 a public exhibition was held to present the development proposals for Old Hatfield and the fully consented plans for Salisbury Square. In July 2012 First Capital Connect and Hertfordshire County Council presented plans for the re-development of Hatfield Railway Station and the A1000.

Now Gascoyne Cecil Estates would like to present three landscaping proposals for Salisbury Square and are keen to gain feedback prior to evolving a final design. Hertfordshire County Council will also be presenting the current plans for revised footpaths and the A1000.

The consultation will take place on Tuesday 11 December between 12- 8pm in York House, Salisbury Square, Old Hatfield. 

We very much hope that you will be able to visit the exhibition to view the proposals and gain insight into plans that will regenerate Old Hatfield." 

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This message from Anthony Downes, Gascoyne Cecil Estates  (Anthony spoke at the last Residents' Association meeting in York House on November 8th)

 

Christmas Tree lit for Carols Dec 15th

December 5, 2012

Yesterday you might have caught sight of PK, local hero, up a ladder fixing lights to the tree opposite the 8 Bells. 




and lo there was light....


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26th November news update: Station developments, Platform 3 etc..

November 26, 2012
 
Station Developments
There were plans for another consultation on the Station and Salisbury square this November. The latest information ( Nov 16th from Larry Heyman of FCC) is: 
 
"The next Stakeholder Event  will relate to plans for changes to the Great North Way and associated highways works. This will be organised by Hertfordshire County Council with support from First Capital Connect. This will take place early in the new year.

In relation to the issue of the train stopping point at...

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November 8th General Meeting

November 3, 2012
There will be an open meeting on Thursday November 8th at 8pm to give you the latest news and a forum to feed back your views.

On developments, Anthony Downs of GCE (Hatfield House) will brief us on Salisbury Square (progress with landscaping options, Jobcentre, etc.) and on Station developments (Car Park and temporary parking). On-line information is not very up-to-date.

On the social side, we will run through what's going on, including planned Christmas events that we know of

Please do come! ...
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Christmas Tree and carols in Old Hatfield this year?

November 3, 2012
We hope to light the "Christmas Tree" opposite the Eight Bells (see below) this Christmas, and celebrate with carols of one form or another. If you are interested in this, and especially if you sing or play an instrument, please get in touch


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October Station Newsletter

November 3, 2012
The 5th newsletter was sent to residents in October following the July public consultation in York House.
 For detail: https://consult.hertsdirect.org/hatfieldstation/
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Hatfield Station Redevelopment Update

July 21, 2012
Following the recent exhibition at York House showing the plans for the station upgrade - the County Council have published a presentation on their website providing more details.

To view these details visit  https://consult.hertsdirect.org/hatfieldstation/


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OHRA Meeting

March 12, 2012
 

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