A travelling display on potential developments will give residents a chance to voice their concerns over the next few weeks.

The touring exhibition based on the report made by Hertsmere Borough Council to address issues the area faces over the next 15 years and how to react to them will be brought to different audiences.

The plans will first be displayed at Wyllyotts Theatre in Darkes Lane, Potters Bar on Tuesday, October 24 before moving onto Allum Hall, Elstree in Wednesday, October 25.

The following week, residents will be able to see the exhibition at the Bushey Centre in High Street, Bushey on Tuesday, November 7 and the Radlett Centre, in Aldenham Avenue.

The display will finally be taken to the Shenley Primary School, London Road.

Each drop-in session will run between 6.30pmand 9pm where councillors and officers will be on hand to anser any questions.

The sessions are part of the second round of public consultation which launched at the end of September, which aimed at helping prepare the new local plan.

All views will be considered when drawing up the plan, which will determine how the area develops over the next 15 years.

A newsletter from the council about the developments was sent to all households in the borough.

This pamphlet provides details about the second round of consultation, summarises the development options and explains how people can get involved.

For more information visit https://www.hertsmere.gov.uk/Planning--Building-Control/Planning-Policy/Local-Plan/New-Local-Plan-Planning-for-Growth.aspx.

Further information about the consultation is available here.