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Celebrating older people in St Albans


Older people from St Albans District were treated to dancing and bowls demonstrations, helpful advice and tea and cake at a celebration laid on just for them.

Draft Detailed Local Plan ready for public consultation


The draft Detailed Local Plan (DLP), containing planning policies and proposals for the future shape of St Albans District, is set to go out to public consultation.

Supporting local business


Major efforts are being made to encourage local businesses to bid for contracts with St Albans City and District Council.

Car park scheme success


A staff car park in St Albans City centre will remain open to the public throughout the week after a year-long trial was a success.

Recycling rate continues to rise


The recycling rate for the St Albans District continues to rise following the introduction of a new waste collection service.

£68K awarded to St Albans District health and wellbeing projects


A Wellbeing Clinic to support people with stress and a weight management programme for overweight men are being launched in St Albans District with public health funding.

Lakes plan to be unveiled next year


Options for long-lasting improvements to the River Ver and Verulamium Park lakes in St Albans will be unveiled next year.

Planning application performance improving


St Albans City and District Council’s planning team has increased the speed with which it is processing planning applications.

New leisure and cultural facilities key priorities for next year


Redeveloping Harpenden’s leisure facilities and creating a new museum and art gallery in St Albans are priority projects for St Albans City and District Council next year.

Prevention is key to improving mental health


Mental health champions from across Britain agreed at their annual conference to campaign for a series of improvements to mental health services.

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