Knebworth Parish Council

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A1 (M) Junction 6 Overnight Closure

Posted: Tue, 06 Aug 2019 12:20 by Claire Graham

A1(M) junction 6, Welwyn southbound exit slip: carriageway repairs

Kier will be carrying out carriageway repairs on behalf of Highways England over two nights, from Monday 19 August, weeknights only, weather permitting. During this work a full closure of the A1(M) junction 6, Welwyn southbound exit slip will be in place, alongside a lane one closure past the exit slip. Details of this works may be subject to change. More »

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To stay informed about all the latest major roadworks happening near you, visit to register for the latest alerts. If you have any enquiries please contact the Highways England Customer Contact Centre on 0300 123 5000, or by e-mail to » Less

New Free School in Stevenage

Posted: Mon, 22 Jul 2019 11:38 by Claire Graham

Council propose location for new Free School in Stevenage

The Michaela Community School was one of 22 secondary free schools announced in the DfE's latest wave of successful applications for free schools across the country. More »

Although Hertfordshire County Council was not involved in the bid, further secondary school places are needed in Stevenage to meet the demand anticipated from new housing growth within and around the borough.

The county council is currently purchasing the freehold of the former Barnwell East site in Stevenage to secure the location for long-term educational purposes. The council is currently engaging with the DfE and the Michaela Community School to ensure that this site meets the requirements of the new Free School.

Cabinet Member for Education, Libraries and Localism, Cllr Terry Douris said: "We were pleased to hear last month that a new school will be opening in Stevenage as this will provide much-needed school places for the borough.

"We will be working with the DfE and Michaela School to determine when the school will open and how many places it will offer, to ensure a good match in terms of secondary places against the forecast need."

As with other parts of Hertfordshire, Stevenage is facing up to the challenge of how to accommodate a growing population. Increasing its school provision is one way the county council is helping to support sustainable, long-term growth.

Hertfordshire County Council has created over 14,200 additional permanent and temporary primary and secondary school places since 2012.
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Gas Mains Replacement - Resident Drop In Event

Posted: Fri, 05 Jul 2019 18:39 by Claire Graham

As part of the gas mains replacement programme the existing gas main has to be replaced with more durable plastic pipes. To do this safely it will be necessary to close Deards End Lane to through traffic, from the junction of Stobart's Close to the junction of Park Lane. Access for residents will be maintained during the works where possible. The works are due to start on the 12th of August and take 8 weeks to complete. More »

Cadent would like to invite residents to attend a drop-in event to explain the works and give residents an opportunity to ask any questions they may have regarding these essential works and how it will affect them.

DATE: Saturday 20th July

TIME: 09:00 a.m. – 13:00 hours

LOCATION: Knebworth Village Hall, Park Lane, SG3 6PD » Less