Page still under construction. We're hoping to develop this section of the site as a photo gallery - focusing not (just) on the beautifully crafted images you see on local Facebook groups like "Photos of Hertford and Ware" but on pictures that illustrate the sorts of things that our Neighbourhood Plan might want to legislate against... or preserve. 

 

Day by day, you must see lots of things in town that give you pause for thought. Why not take a picture when you do? Or maybe you already have lots of images like this on your phone.

Either way, we'd love to see them. As the old cliche has it, a picture paints a thousand words - but it's absolutely true. This might be the most powerful way to get your point across.

You could post them to our Facebook page or our Twitter feed.

 

Or you could even email us directly: info@waretowncouncil.gov.uk

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Timeline - the story so far

19 January 2021

Alison Eardley and Chris Bowden appointed as consultants.

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23 March 2020

Questionnaire delivery to Ware's 13000+ homes and businesses. Online survey opens.

4 June 2020

Drafts of policy statements begun.

Second-stage "skeleton draft"

of Plan created.

20 April 2020

Launch of website. Public consultation announced.

19 March 2020

Analysis of questionnaire responses begins.

17 April 2020

First stage of drafting process completed.

8 September 2020

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Ware should be kept as an identifiable attractive town, which enjoys the peace associated with being part of the countryside, while still contributing to the wider geographical community

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"Ware should be kept as an identifiable attractive town, which enjoys the peace associated with being part of the countryside, while still contributing to the wider geographical community..."

Ware should be kept as an identifiable attractive town, which enjoys the peace associated with being part of the countryside, while still contributing to the wider geographical community

Ware should be kept as an identifiable attractive town, which enjoys the peace associated with being part of the countryside, while still contributing to the wider geographical community

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