Economic Development documents

Employment/Economic Development
Document No. Document Title Date Published Produced by
ED 1

 South West Herts Employment Space Study Final Report (PDF 896KB)
 Hemel Gateway Options Report (PDF 762KB)

January 2005 Roger Tym and Partners (with King Sturge)
ED 2 Retail And Leisure Study (Executive Summary, Main Report And Appendices) January 2006 Donaldsons
ED 3 Feasibility Study – Land Off High Street And Water Lane, Berkhamsted (Appendices May 2006) June 2006

Tibbalds Planning and Urban Design

ED 4 Maylands Masterplan: The Gateway To A Greener Future  September 2007 Dacorum Borough Council, Llewellyn Davies, WSP, Atisreal, Maylands Partnership, EEDA, HCC, St Albans Council, And English Partnership
ED 5 Maylands Gateway Development Brief April 2009 Dacorum Borough Council, Llewellyn Davies, WSP, Atisreal, Maylands Partnership,EEDA, HCC, St Albans Council, And English Partnership
ED 6 Retail Study Update 2009 March 2009 DTZ
ED 7 London Arc Employment Space Study March 2009 Roger Tym and Partners
ED 8 South West Hertfordshire Employment Land Update June 2010 Roger Tym and Partners
ED 9 Heart Of Maylands Development Brief October 2010 Scott Wilson
ED 10  Local Investment Plan 2011-2015 (PDF 1MB) January 2011 Dacorum Borough Council and Homes and Community Agency
ED 11 Hertfordshire Strategic Employment Sites Study April 2011 Regeneris Consulting
ED 12  Employment Land Update (PDF 334KB)
July 2011 Roger Tym and Partners
ED 13 Retail Study Update 2011 October 2011 GLHearn
ED 14  Dacorum Economic Development Strategy March 2011  Dacorum Borough Council
ED 15 Employment Land Position Statement August 2012  Dacorum Borough Council
ED 16  Herts Economic Development Strategy (PDF 99KB)  2009 Hertfordshire County Council

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