Consultation closed this week on options for a core strategy

Consultation closed this week on options for a core strategy for North Hertfordshire District Council. The paper lists the pros and cons of development options, including building new towns, urban extensions and brownfield development. The council maintains that it is "strongly opposed" to the district's 15,800-home target for 2001-21 set out in the draft East of England Plan. But it says that "approaching half" may be met through previously developed sites coming forward and completions since 2001. The core strategy options paper can be viewed via

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