Meeting to be held to discuss possible building on Pollards Hatch and Deer Park

On September 13th last year Harlow Council agreed its Local Plan, which sets out where new homes in the town will be built during the next 13 years or so.

Twenty-one sites were identified of which 8 were ones that the Harlow Alliance Party felt should remain open recreational and play spaces. All of these were designed at the time the town was conceived to provide space in between estates so that children have a safe place to play close to their homes.

Despite the petition given to Harlow Council organised by The Harlow Alliance Party, signed by over 380 residents across the town, all 21 sites identified including Deer Park and Pollard Hatch were included in the plan.

A public meeting is to be held by The Harlow Alliance Party to explain what this means for the future of the site and what action could be taken to try and stop building from taking place.

The meeting will be held to the rear of Pollard Hatch shops on Saturday 9th March at 10.30am.

A spokesperson said: “It is vital that residents continue to show their opposition to these plans and we hope that you will be able to attend the meeting despite the time of year and possible bad weather. We do not anticipate a long meeting”.

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4 Responses to "Meeting to be held to discuss possible building on Pollards Hatch and Deer Park"

  1. D.p.l   March 5, 2019 at 4:16 pm

    There should be no houses built on the greenbelt.
    Plus the houses that are Being built in Harlow should be for the Harlow residents who are on the waiting list and some have been for five years plus and not for resident from outside Harlow, not unless they are private built, residential accommodation.

  2. D.p.l   March 5, 2019 at 4:17 pm

    There should be no houses built on the greenbelt.
    Plus the houses that are Being built in Harlow should be for the Harlow residents who are on the waiting list and some have been for five years plus and not for residents from outside Harlow, not unless they are private built, residential accommodation.

  3. D.p.l   March 5, 2019 at 4:23 pm

    P.s.
    The number one priority should be our ex service personnel and then the residents of Harlow who are on the waiting list and have bern for five years plus.

  4. D.p.l   March 5, 2019 at 4:23 pm

    P.s.
    The number one priority should be our ex service personnel and then the residents of Harlow who are on the waiting list and have been for five years plus.

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