St Albans proposes dropping 2,300-home garden village to revive troubled plan

St Albans Council officers have suggested dropping proposals for a 2,300-home garden village on a green belt site where the government has already granted permission for a strategic rail freight interchange (SRFI) in an effort to revive the authority’s threatened local plan.

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