A plot of land close to Hatfield town centre could become "18 to 22 flats" after it was put up for sale.

The site in French Horn Lane, which is home to the Lord William Cecil Memorial Hall, has been listed by Space Estates with a guide price of £1.1 million.

According to the listing, the 0.228 hectare plot could "accommodate a development of 18 to 22 flats".

Any offers on the site must be "accompanied by a sketch plan showing how the redevelopment of the site is envisaged".

"The property is offered for sale by private treaty, on a subject to planning and contract basis," the listing continues.

Land close to French Horn Lane has already been redeveloped as part of the regeneration of Hatfield, with the One Town Centre site opening earlier this year, while work continues on nearby Link Drive.

Lord William Cecil Memorial Hall was first opened in 1968, and named after Lord William Gascoyne-Cecil, a former rector of the parish who became Bishop of Exeter.

The building is currently home to the House on the Rock Christian Ministry and is used by a Slimming World group.