Sport and leisure
Exercise classes and indoor sports are among the activities that will resume at four St Albans District leisure centres on Monday 17 May.
Two new benches have been provided for St Albans residents in popular spots in the City Centre.
Thousands of people have already visited four major leisure centres in St Albans District that have reopened following the national COVID-19 lockdown.
A landmark building in St Albans City Centre has been bought to help finance a major regeneration project.
Major changes have been proposed to improve the running of St Albans’ historic Charter Market after extensive consultations with traders and residents.
A new property investment strategy has been drawn up by St Albans City and District Council.
Work is to begin next month on a new £220,000 children’s playground at Clarence Park in St Albans.
A planning application to rebuild an ageing community centre in St Albans is to be submitted early next month.
Plans for a lottery to raise funds for voluntary and community groups in St Albans District have been approved.
Plans to redevelop the St Albans Charter Market depot should be examined further, a Council Committee has said.
Planning permission has been given to a landmark £60 million development in a prime St Albans City Centre site.
Residents, businesses and community groups are urged to give their views on how to further improve crime prevention in St Albans District.
Councillor Janet Smith, Mayor of St Albans City and District, has paid a tribute to Captain Sir Tom Moore following his death yesterday. The Mayor said:
Plans to give St Albans’ historic Charter Market an exciting new look have gone out to consultation.
Plans to redevelop an ageing St Albans community centre into an outstanding eco-friendly facility have been given the go ahead.
Residents and community groups are being urged to help shape St Albans City and District Council’s equality, diversity and inclusion strategy.