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.
Residents, businesses and community groups are being consulted about a neighbourhood plan for the parish of Sandridge.
Licenses allowing cafes, pubs and restaurants in St Albans District to make better use of outdoor space are to be fast-tracked to boost trade.
A proposal to complete a Heritage Trail in St Albans City to highlight its remarkable historical buildings, famous people and events has been put forward.
Businesses in St Albans District are urged to take part in an important survey about how they are coping with the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
A major retail and office block which has been on the market for £7.2 million could be bought by St Albans City and District Council.
A building contractor is to be appointed for a new £3.7 million social-rent housing development in the Batchwood area of St Albans.
Extra borrowing has been recommended to complete the ambitious development of new leisure and cultural centres in Harpenden.
A second round of grants are to be awarded to small businesses in St Albans District that have missed out on Government funding for the Covid-19 emergency.
St Albans Museums’ innovative work with volunteers for the Pickling Project exhibition has been shortlisted for a prestigious Museums + Heritage award.