Plans for over a hundred homes on Wych Elm site

PLANS for over a hundred dwellings on the site of Wych Elm House are set to be discussed at Harlow Council’s Planning Committee.

The plans propose:

Demolition of Existing Buildings and the Erection of a 2-10 Storey Building Comprising 102 No. Residential Units (Class C3), and 780 sq. m of Ground Floor Commercial Floorspace (Classes A1, A2, A3), Together with Associated Works and Public Realm Improvements.

The application site includes Wych Elm House which is located on the edge of the Town Centre according to the Adopted Replacement Harlow Local Plan (ARHLP) Proposals Map 2006 but is proposed to be brought within the Town Centre boundary by the emerging Local Plan.

Full details can be found on the link below.

https://moderngov.harlow.gov.uk/documents/s13369/Report.pdf

The next planning meeting is on Wednesday March 20th at 7.30pm.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Popularity: 3% [?]

2 Responses to "Plans for over a hundred homes on Wych Elm site"

  1. D.p.l   March 14, 2019 at 11:27 am

    I guarantee, if these plans are agreed and if any of these homes are social homes, they will not be for the 4000 Plus, residents who are on the houses waiting list here in Harlow and some have been for five years plus.
    The majority of the social homes that will be built on this site if there will be any, will be for outsiders, such as places like London and Birmingham, which will not surprise me at all because this Labour administrating party of Harlow know how to play dirty tatics and do not know the meaning of putting the residents of Harlow first.
    They are only in it for their own pockets and self interest and some of the Tory councillors are no better either.
    They have both proved these with increased in council tax.
    Houses built in Harlow or on the green belt of Harlow, not that UKIP Harlow, agree with building on the green belt, should be for the people of Harlow, especially social houses.
    Love Harlow vote ukip

  2. Costanza   March 15, 2019 at 10:08 pm

    Love hate? Vote UKIPs.

You must be logged in to post a comment Login