Learning from lockdown survey

Dacorum Borough Council  is running a short online sustainability survey to understand how lockdown has affected people’s daily routines, and identify how they can embrace any positive changes that could help to benefit the environment and our communities. Many have adapted to a different way of life due to lockdown and adopted new habits – [+]

Aubrey Park Re-opens

We are delighted to share with you, as of Monday 6th July, Aubrey Park Hotel […]

Build Back Better & Greener – Webinar

During the COVID-19 crisis, businesses have proven they can work in new, more sustainable ways. […]

Welcome Back to Hemel

The BID, in partnership with Riverside Shopping Centre, The Marlowes Shopping Centre, Dacorum Borough Council and […]

Herts Year of Culture – August

August is all about Family and Friends and brings another countywide HYOC2020 competition – we […]

Furnells’ MegaLift

Furnell Transport  is  pleased to announce the acquisition of their new Megalift Side-Loader trailer with […]

Hemel’s Smiths Detection at the centre of development for COVID-19 antibody testing

Hemel Hempstead Business Ambassador Smiths Detection, a global threat detection and security company has partnered […]

Dragon’s Apprentice – Mentors Wanted

Connect Dacorum is planning on running the very successful Dragons Apprentice Challenge next year, but […]

Dacorum acquires land for affordable housing at Paradise Fields

Dacorum Borough Council have unveiled a new flagship housing development, to be built close to […]

What does Hemel mean to you?

  Hemel Garden Communities programme is an ambitious development programme to transform the town of […]

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