The Infrastructure Charrette earlier this summer, hosted in Hatfield by 2030+ partners Gascoyne Cecil, brought together local government, local business, transport experts and academics. It stimulated debate around the kind of infrastructure Hertfordshire might need to put in place to accommodate the growth projected over the years ahead.

Over the summer, Gascoyne Cecil and the Hertfordshire Chamber of Commerce have compiled the outputs from this and published a paper drawing together the themes which emerged and suggesting possible next steps to take moving forward.

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