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A grant to help finance the planting of 1,500 trees in St Albans District has been awarded by the Forestry Commission.
The allocation of emergency funds for active travel should be brought under greater local control, a St Albans City and District Council Committee has agreed.
Work to level an events area in Harpenden’s Rothamsted Park with spoil from the nearby leisure centre development has begun.
Efforts to improve mental health in St Albans District have been highlighted in a national report into the issue.
In latest developments, Planning Inspectors have concluded that St Albans City and District Council’s draft Local Plan has not met the ‘Duty to Cooperate’ with neighbouring authorities, in legal te
St Albans Charter Market trader Danni Jefferson has won through to the final of a prestigious national award.
Work is to begin next month on a new £250,000 children’s playground at Verulamium Park in St Albans
Residents are urged to have their say about what St Albans City and District Council services should be improved.
A closure order has been served on a property in St Albans that has been linked to drug dealing and antisocial behaviour.
Reopening dates announced for St Albans Museum + Gallery, Verulamium Museum and St Albans Clock Tower
Following the successful reopening of the café at St Albans Museum + Gallery in July, St Albans Museums is delighted to announce the reopening of the rest of the service.
St Albans City and District Council has worked with market traders to develop a revised Charter Market layout to allow more traders to operate at the twice-weekly market.
A team from St Albans City and District Council met with market traders on Friday (31 July) to listen to their concerns and their ideas for running the Charter Market during the current pandemic.
St Albans City and District Council has defended its stance on reopening St Albans Charter Market in a safe and socially distanced way.
Leisure centres owned by St Albans City and District Council have reopened after being shut during the Covid-19 lockdown.