HERTFORD CIVIC SOCIETY  AGM 
21st April 2021
Email betts.terry30@gmail.com for Zoom invitation
HCS Accounts 2019 here
Treasurer's Report 2019 here 
followed by
 Hartham Leisure Centre Presentation
Martin Lindus Director of Saunders Boston Architects on the implementation of approved  two-storey replacement extension to provide increased gym and studio space.
image of Hertford Leisure Centre Proposal

 The Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust 

"Wildlife on your doorstep"

Dave Willis Lecture 

is available here

HCS  YouTube Channel

Hertford and Slavery

is available here

HCS YouTube Channel

Previous Zoom lecture videos
on HCS YouTube Channel
See Events menu button

The Government's Planning White Paper - What is at Stake?

20th January 2021

New River Lecture

16th December 2020

Hertfordshire Pevsner Update  
19th Nov 2020

HERTFORD MILL GO AHEAD
(Tamworth Road) and adjacent land

On 3rd February planning permission was granted, subject to completion of a legal agreement, for the demolition of all existing buildings and the construction of 49 dwellings (17 flats, 14 three bed and 18 four bed houses).

Further Details here

BIRCHERLEY GREEN GO-AHEAD

Following completion of a Legal Agreement planning permission was finally issued on 6th November 2020
Study Detailed Decision Notice HERE

AWARD WINNER ANNOUNCED

Press Release here

PLANNING CONCERNS

HCS views on latest planning applications See updated report here

  • Foxholes Farm
  • Tree Heritage Site

  • Gates of Hertford
  • Mangrove Road

  • 15 West Street

  • Hertford Bell (Duncombe Arms)
  • The Corn Exchange
  • Power Turbine Hertford Theatre

 DO YOU CARE ABOUT HERTFORD?

 Hertford Civic Society is a charity which has since 1969 acted as a focus for residents interested in shaping the future of the town.

Click here to find out more about us.

SPRING NEWSLETTER

Out Now! 8th April

 

Cross-county tramway meets objectives of Hertfordshire's A414 Corridor Strategy

Sustainable travel at the heart of Hertfordshire

click here to view Tramways video

 Herts Orbital Transit proposal by HCS can cut County's carbon footprint
to view click here 

Trams are highly efficient public transport.  Trams are electric, so emit no fumes. On May 1st 2019 MP's declared a climate change emergency.  HCC has also done so.  How will the county change its strategy?

 

Trams are fast reliable comfortable

Easy and attractive travel. 

Trams avoid road congestion with their own routes and priority at road junctions. .

 

Trams make places attractive for people

Routes through town centres.  Integrated with local buses.  Links to where most people want to go.

 

Trams reduce car journeys and road traffic

Trams change travel habits.  Because trams are attractive and reliable, car use drops dramatically and so does road traffic.  Air quality improves.

Leave a message for Reg Harman, our tram expert in the video above, to learn more about trams or Herts Orbital Transit at email: reg.harman@ntlworld.com