Crucial meeting over plans for London Colney landmark

PUBLISHED: 11:11 26 February 2015 | UPDATED: 11:11 26 February 2015

London Colney Cllr Jacob Quagliozzi outside the All Saints Pastoral Centre on Shenley Lane whose owners hope to build 200 homes on the surrounding land

London Colney Cllr Jacob Quagliozzi outside the All Saints Pastoral Centre on Shenley Lane whose owners hope to build 200 homes on the surrounding land

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A chance for local residents to hear and discuss plans for the redevelopment of a village landmark is on offer this Saturday, February 28.

And local councillor Jacob Quagliozzi is urging as many people as possible to go along to the London Colney Pastoral Centre from 11am to 4pm for the public exhibition of plans for the site which was sold to the Comer Group for around £6 million by the Diocese of Westminster.

Comer are hosting the exhibition and laying on a bus from the corner of Shenley Lane and Telford Road every half an hour from 11am to 3.30pm to take residents to see the plans.

Cllr Quagliozzi said: “Having been going to the Pastoral Centgre for most of muy life for one reason or another, like many residents I’m concerned as to what the future holds for this important part of London Colney and the wider district.

“I hope everyone who is able will pop along to the Pastoral Centre on Saturday afternoon so that we can give the developer an idea of how this building and land is valued by the public which will help councillors and officers to press to protect this important area.”


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