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Knebworth Parish Council

Serving the people of Knebworth

Clerk: Claire Graham
9 Oakfields Road, Knebworth
SG3 6NS

Tel: 01438 813795

Knebworth Parish Council provides your local services. We strive to make Knebworth a better place to live, work and visit. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search facility or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.

Latest News

Chas Lowe Site

Mon, 15 Jan 2018 13:39 by Claire Graham

Location: 146-156 and land to the rear of 142 and 144, London Road, Knebworth

Demolition of existing buildings and erection of 47 assisted living extra care (Class C2) apartments for the frail elderly, including communal facilities and car parking along with 3 ground floor commercial units (Use A1 or A2) fronting London Road (as amplified by plans and information received on 16 August, 19 September and 16 November 2017) More »

NHDC approved the revised planning application for 47 flats and 28 parking spaces on 8 December. There are a number of conditions which have to be met prior to work commencing.

In planning terms the flats are class 2 ( residential institution) rather than class 3 (dwelling houses) which means that the developer is not required to provide s106 funds for community and social infrastructure needed as a result of the development. Accordingly NHDC did not seek s106 funds for the village. » Less

Inspiring Libraries Consultation

Tue, 09 Jan 2018 09:57 by Claire Graham

Inspiring Libraries: The Next Phase 2018-2021

Hertfordshire County Council launched its 'Inspiring Libraries' Strategy in 2014, following an extensive public consultation, which attracted more than 15,000 responses. More »

'Inspiring Libraries' aimed to set a vision and direction for the service over the next 10 years, based on three main themes:

·The library as a vibrant community asset – shaped with local people and partners to reflect local need, support sustainability and enrich communities.

·The digital library – a service that is ambitious in its use of technology and digital formats for the benefit of residents.

·The library as an enhanced gateway to reading, information and wellbeing.

Over the last few years, through our 'Inspiring Libraries' strategy, we have continued to invest in the development and improvement of services, despite the constraints on funding for local government.

However, ongoing pressure on the County Council budget means that we have to consider further budget savings across all services. In order to achieve our ambitions for 'Inspiring Libraries' within a reduced budget, and put ourselves in the best position to grasp future opportunities, we need to identify the most appropriate way of managing the library services in the years ahead, and we welcome your views.

A public consultation is taking place between 8 January and 18 February 2018 to seek customer and stakeholder views on our ambitions for the next phase of 'Inspiring Libraries, and the options for how we deliver the service.

Residents and stakeholders alike can participate by completing a questionnaire either in one of Hertfordshire's libraries or online. The full consultation document and the online questionnaire is available at www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/libraryconsultation .

HCC would encourage use of the online questionnaire where possible, but paper copies are readily available in all Hertfordshire Libraries. Large print questionnaires are available in your local library. For general enquiries please telephone 0300 123 4049. » Less

Swangleys Lane Closure

Wed, 29 Nov 2017 13:20 by Claire Graham

Swangleys Lane will be closed for two days while work is undertaken on the gas main.