Bishop's Stortford Civic Federation
Summer 2017 Newsletter
Activity
BSCF statement on the Green Belt in new Bishop's Stortford Independent paper New! BSCF letter to Uttlesford District County Council on proposed exit from service station to A1250 New! BSCF letter to Herts County Council on expansion plans for Herts & Essex school Help shape the future of Waste & Recycling BSCF letter to East Herts Council on removal of Goods Yard vegetation despite no planning permission BSCF letter to Vincent and Gorbing on development plans for Herts & Essex School Notice of refusal of amended Goods Yard redevelopment planning application Election results for May 2017 BSCF letter to EHDC on amended Goods Yard redevelopment planning application BSCF comments on Vincent and Gorbing's response to concerns about new school at Farnham Road, Bishop's Stortford North Currey Award 2016 - WINNER Response from Vincent and Gorbing about new school at Farnham Road, Bishop's Stortford North BSCF reponse to consultation on night flights at Stansted Airport BSCF email to Mark Prisk MP on proposed garden town for Harlow North BSCF letter to HCC on plans for new school at Farnham Road in Bishop's Stortford North BSCF letter highlighting Green Belt petition BSCF's comments on the Town Centre Study BSCF comments to EHDC on draft Neighbourhood Plan BSCF letter to EHDC Planning Team outlining objections to the Draft District Plan District Plan - BSCF's Full Statement of Objections BSCF Petition to keep Whittington Way in the Green Belt Bishop's Stortford History Society New! Reponse from East Herts Planning Department about two Goods Yard planning applications Letter to District Councillors over proposed removal of land from Green Belt as proposed in the draft District Plan Stortford Shuttle
Relaunched Service
BSCF letter to EHDC on two Goods Yard planning applications BSCF's comments on proposed NPPF Changes Press Release - Neighbourhood Plan 2 and the Green Belt BSCF's comments on the Neighbourhood Plan 2 BSCF's comments after meeting with Solum re Goods Yard redevelopment 2016 Currey Award BSCF more feedback on Solum Regeneration's plans for the Goods Yard site Investment in Causeway site "to benefit Town" BSCF's response to Uttlesford District Council's Local Plan Consultation Form BSCF feedback on Solum Regeneration's plans for the Goods Yard site Clarification of BSCF's position on Green Belt BSCF's response to planning approval for development of ASR 5 in Bishop's Stortford North BSCF's further response to planning applications for 329 dwellings for Bishop's Stortford North Election results for May BSCF's objections to revised plans for Regent Garage, South Street BSCF's comments Solum's plans for Goods Yard redevelopment ASR 5 - Planning permission refused BSCF's comments on Aldi's plans to enlarge premises and car park BSCF Constitution BSCF's objection to planning application for extension to the rear of 4-6 South Street Bishop's Stortford Town Council - Annual Town Meeting BSCF's response to Herts County Council's comments to BSCF relating to planning application for new school north of A120 Currey Award 2014 WINNER Currey Award 2013 WINNER BSCF response to planning applications for dwellings at Patmore Close BSCF response to planning applications for 329 dwellings for Bishop's Stortford North BSCF views on HCC's planning application for new school north of A120 Response to Planning Application for Carluccio's Restaurant Response to Planning Application for the Glynn Hopkin site BSCF's Response to Stansted Airport Development Plan Consultation BSCF Comments on Planning Application for 24 Station Road Map of Warwick Road Maintenance Association BSCF's Further Comments on Conservation Area Consultation BSCF's Comments on Conservation Area Consultation BSCF: District Plan Preferred Options BSCF letter countering criticism of BSCF's stand on Causeway proposals BSCF letter countering criticism of BSCF's stand on Causeway proposals BSCF letter to Eric Pickles about Bishop's Stortford North proposed development
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Welcome

The Civic Federation exists both to represent our many members and to campaign for a better Bishop's Stortford: a market town that operates within its own limits to growth, with a thriving market, good schools in the town, employment and training opportunities and a place where we feel safe and can enjoy ourselves, whatever our age or ability.

We are NOT simply against development but FOR appropriate development that takes us towards our aims.

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Some views of the current and proposed Conservation Area

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