Plans to demolish a Borehamwood pub are being presented in a public consultation next week.
Members of the public can attend a public consultation event to give their views on plans to redevelop The Crown Pub on Shenley Road, Borehamwood.
The pub, which has been serving the people of Borehamwood for more than 100 years, could be bulldozed to make way for new shops and homes.
Woodhall Land has applied to Hertsmere Borough Council for planning permission to demolish and redevelop The Crown Pub, which dates back to 1908.
The plans will be unveiled at a public consultation on Monday, May 12, where a member of the project team will be available to explain the plans and answer questions.
As part of the new plans a four-storey building will replace the pub, with commercial space on the ground floor and 11 two-bedroom flats.
The coach house at the back of the site will be transformed into two two-bedroom houses, while a car park with 15 spaces and 12 bicycle spaces will also be built and access routes altered.
Developers believe the site could house up to fifty people.
A planning officer will also be present at the consultation ensure members are not placed in prejudicial positions.
The consultation will take place at Allum Hall and Manor, Allum Lane, on Monday, May 12 between 5pm and 9pm.