This petition was presented to County Council at its meeting on 10 November 2015 at agenda item 04A [see on this link] The following resolutions were made by the County Council: Hertfordshire County Council (a) recognises that its prime duty is to the residents of the County; (b) acknowledges that circumstances could arise under which it would have no lawful alternative but to dispose of its land at the former Radlett Aerodrome site; (c) reiterates its opposition to the proposed development of a Strategic Rail Freight Interchange at the site; (d) regrets that, should circumstances arise under which the Council would have no lawful alternative but to dispose of its land, it currently seems unlikely that there will be an alternative use which would secure at least equivalent value; and (e) notwithstanding its preference not to see a change in the current green belt status of this land or to dispose of it, calls upon the Leader of the Council to use the resources of the Council proactively to seek alternative uses for the site which would secure such value thereby potentially giving Cabinet more than one option to consider should the Council become legally obliged to dispose of the land. Subsequently, those resolutions were considered at a meeting of Cabinet on 14 December 2015 at agenda item 12 [see on this link] And the following decisions were made by Cabinet: Cabinet agreed:- 1. That all parties that are interested in development of the Council’s land at the Former Radlett Airfield site (the ‘Council’s Land’) following written request: (a) be allowed access to the Council’s Land on such terms as the Assistant Director Property, Resources & Performance, in consultation with the Executive Member for Resources & Performance considers appropriate; and (b) be provided with such of the County Council’s information about the Council’s Land as the Assistant Director Property, Resources & Performance, acting reasonably considers appropriate in order that they may all pursue their investigations of potential alternative uses of the Council’s Land. 2. That the Assistant Director Property, Resources & Performance, in consultation with the Executive Member for Resources & Performance prepares a brochure in respect of the Council’s Land at and makes it widely available to all potentially interested parties, including housing developers, who may wish to propose alternative use and development of the Council’s Land. 3. That the Assistant Director Property, Resources & Performance, in consultation with the Executive Member for Resources & Performance be authorised to undertake such further actions as she considers appropriate in order to comply with the resolutions of the Council on 10 November 2015 relating to Item 4A. 4. That the Chief Executive and Director of Environment inform the City & District of St Albans Council of the foregoing decisions. And where appropriate any actions will be in accordance with those decisions.