Development agreement signed for £45m Hatfield redevelopment programme

16 August 2018By Hatfield 2030news, Uncategorized

Developer Lovell has recently signed a development agreement with Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council (WHBC) to deliver a £45 million regeneration programme which will transform the heart of South Hatfield. The High View neighbourhood centre, which dates from the 1950s, will be redeveloped with brand-new shops and homes, including affordable homes and properties for sale. Pending … Read More

Hatfield opportunities on show at industry conference

16 May 2018By Hatfield 2030news, Uncategorized

Potential development opportunities in Hatfield were on display at the Hertfordshire Housing Conference this week. Members of the 2030+ partnership took a stand at the event to promote the opportunities provided through the town’s Renewal Framework for long term regeneration. A presentation was also delivered to delegates by Quintin McKellar, Vice Chancellor at the University … Read More

Hatfield Hosts Prestigious Housing Conference

24 April 2018By Hatfield 2030news

The University of Hertfordshire will host the 20th Hertfordshire Housing Conference – which brings together experts from across the world of housing and other related sectors, including developers, planners, architects and housing association professionals. Taking place on 14 May 2018, the Smart Herts conference will focus on a series of interconnected ‘smart’ themes, including housing, … Read More

Hatfield named in top 20 London commuter towns

15 March 2018By Hatfield 2030news, Uncategorized

Hatfield has once again hit the headlines, placing 17th out of 116 London commuter towns in a study by TotallyMoney. The scoring was based on four metrics: life satisfaction, journey time to London, house prices, and season ticket prices. Featuring well into the top 20, Hatfield was rated above other Hertfordshire towns including St Albans, … Read More

Town centre square application submitted

15 February 2018By Hatfield 2030news

A planning application for the £1.2m transformation of White Lion Square in Hatfield has been submitted. Plans feature new paving, seating, raised planters, children’s play equipment, cycle parking and the return of the iconic Pearl statue – back by popular demand following a public poll in December. It is planned for her to sit in … Read More

£6m funding to boost Hatfield Town Centre Regeneration

9 November 2017By Hatfield 2030news

A £6m grant from the Hertfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) will be used to release land in Hatfield town centre for new homes, retail and leisure, helping to secure its continued transformation to 2030 and beyond. It follows a successful funding bid to the LEP, awarding £4.8m towards the cost of building a multi-storey on … Read More

Developers Flock to View Hatfield Opportunities

1 November 2017By Hatfield 2030news

Developers, investors and contractors flocked to hear about the long term regeneration plans for Hatfield at an event in London last week. The attendees were able to view proposals for High View neighbourhood centre, 1 and 3-9 Town Centre, a new multi storey car park and the public realm improvements in White Lion Square, as … Read More

Hatfield Showcases Development Opportunities

21 October 2017By Hatfield 2030news

Developers, investors and contractors will have the opportunity to understand more about Hatfield’s long term regeneration plans at an event at Colliers London headquarters next week. Attendees will be able to find out about the exciting development opportunities in the pipeline and register their interest for future procurement opportunities. It follows the recent agreement between … Read More

Town Centre square designs set for October unveiling

11 October 2017By Hatfield 2030news

Plans to redesign the public space in White Lion Square will be on display in Hatfield town centre next week. Residents and businesses are encouraged to drop into Number 3c/d Town Centre to view the drawings from 10am-8pm on Wednesday 18 October and 10am-4pm on Saturday 28 October. The redesign follows a public consultation in … Read More