The Kingsmead Neighbourhood Plan is a great opportunity to put forward your views on our area and how it can be improved.
Once approved, the Kingsmead Neighbourhood Plan will sit alongside the East Herts District Plan, and decisions on planning applications will be made using both the East Herts District Plan and the Kingsmead Neighbourhood Plan.
The Kingsmead Neighbourhood Plan
Your opportunity to develop policies for:
Business & Employment Opportunities
Conservation of Historic & Wildlife areas
Transport and Parking
…& Much More
Want to share your ideas? Join our Forum and post your ideas, comments and opinions.
Want to keep updated? You can Join Us here.
Want a bigger role? Email us: email@example.com
and find out about being part of one (or more!) of our Working Groups.You don’t need special qualifications & can give as little or as much time as you want.
All welcome: residents, businesses & organisations.
KNP Hertford is a group of local volunteers driven by a single goal;
to do our bit to make Kingsmead Ward a better place for all.
Our vision is to help develop a sustainable, safe and prosperous neighbourhood by ensuring good quality developments of residential, small business, local shops and local services that meet the needs of Kingsmead residents & organisations, whilst protecting bio-diversity, and enhancing the green spaces of Kingsmead. To provide new and diverse leisure /recreational activities in order to promote safe, healthy and crime-free lifestyles, for all generations. To improve local communications; be a sounding board, and focus for all Kingsmead
We strive to build productive relationships and make a
positive impact with all of our pursuits.
Where is Kingsmead Ward Hertford?
image source: democracy.eastherts.gov.uk
Our Working Groups
Bringing Change from our Four Working Groups
If you are interested in Housing and Development, Design and Heritage, why not get in touch about joining the Built Environment & Planning Working Group
If you've got opinions on how we can improve transport and parking in our area, why not contact us about joining the Transport and Parking Working Group.
If you are interested in Community and Public Services; Schools and Education; Crime and Safety or Shopping and Business Links then The Community, Education and Business Working Group could be for you! Why not get in touch with us to find out more?
"We know what we are, but know not what we may be"
Many thanks to Steve Beeston for providing both the photos and his kind permission to use such wonderful images on this page