B-Hive to host meet on Berkhamsted town centre plan

B-Hive campaigners outside Berkhamsted's former police station.
B-Hive campaigners outside Berkhamsted's former police station.

Ambitious plans to extend Berkhamsted town centre will be presented to the public during an open meeting.

Community group B-Hive is hosting the meeting about its plans for the High Street at the town’s Civic Centre on Wednesday, March 12 from 7pm to 9pm.

It follows a public consultation - published in November - on plans to develop the area between the Civic Centre, Butts Meadow and the former police station.

Local architects and urban planners will be showcasing their interpretation of the community’s ideas for the space and the B-Hive team will be giving an update on the project.

There will also be a chance to contribute to the next phases of the project and time for questions.

B-Hive spokesman Jane Collis said: “This is a decisive moment for the B-Hive project, and a chance for Berkhamsted residents and organisations to be part of the biggest changes to the town centre in generations. With the exploratory work behind us and the views of around a thousand residents heard, we can now begin to make ideas reality, rally further support and turn talk into action.”