Conservation and the historic environment
St Albans District has a rich historic environment, including historic buildings, landscapes and a wealth of archaeology.
Follow the links below for more information and guidance on how these important heritage assets can be preserved and enhanced.
St Albans City and District Council has gained a £100,000 Government grant to help clear
A long-term plan to create better cycling and walking routes in St Albans District and encourage active travel has been agreed.
RAAC roof planks were used in the construction many decades ago of two of our buildings, the William Bird and Abbey View sport pavilions.
More than 1,500 people have already viewed a video providing information about the draft Local Plan for St Albans District.
A public consultation on a draft Local Plan for St Albans District is to be launched – with residents, community groups and businesses all urged to give their views.
St Albans City and District Council is moving forward with its Local Plan, preparing for its Regulation 18 public consultation later this summer.
Major progress has been made with the production of a Local Plan for St Albans District with a public consultation on key proposals scheduled to start this summer.
A £300,000 grant has been awarded to St Albans City and District Council’s planning team for an important digital project.
Residents and community groups have only a few days left to give their views about a Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP) for St Albans District.
Residents, businesses and community groups can help shape a Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP) for St Albans District.
A timetable for producing a Local Plan for St Albans District has been approved by Councillors.
Views on the future of South West Hertfordshire are being invited, as a draft vision for the area which aspires to accelerate ‘positive change’ is now open for public con
A public consultation has begun on measures intended to improve the planning application process in St Albans District.
The Government is to be asked to urgently clarify how future housing need in St Albans District is to be calculated.
Residents are to be consulted on a detailed vision for further improving South West Hertfordshire.
An important change to the process for planning applications has been agreed by St Albans City and District Council.