Harlow health bosses defend closure of Osler House

Harlow health bosses defend closure of Osler House

HEALTH bosses have defended their actions over the controversial closure of Ostler House surgery in Potter Street. Two members of West Essex CCG attended the Harlow Council Scrutiny Committee on Tuesday night. They were questioned by a number of Harlow councillors. Members of the Potters Street residents association were also in attendance and asked a […]

Harlow parents reminded over secondary school places

Harlow parents reminded over secondary school places

PARENTS of Year 6 pupils due to start secondary school in September 2019 are reminded that they only have until 31 October 2018 to apply for their child’s secondary school place. With just over two weeks to go till applications close, parents are encouraged to use the half term break to get their applications in. […]

Letter to Editor: Office conversions an example of “an incompetent Labour administration at Harlow Council”.

Letter to Editor: Office conversions an example of “an incompetent Labour administration at Harlow Council”.

Sir, The report into offices being converted into flats is another example of an incompetent Labour administration at Harlow Council. 1. They could have taken legal action far earlier so that anyone wanting to convert offices across the whole town would need to seek planning permission which would have given them much more control over […]

Blogspot: Reflections On Labour Co-Operative Conference

Blogspot: Reflections On Labour Co-Operative Conference

Reflections from the Co-Operative Party Conference, Bristol 2018 – ‘Keeping the Harlow £ in Harlow’ By Frances Mason I arrived at the ‘Unleashed’ Co-Operative Party Conference in Bristol hoping to come away with new ideas to bring back to Harlow. You may be wondering who is the Co-Operative Party and what do they do? Apart […]

Harlow’s Labour candidate tells Sky News of effects of austerity on Harlow

Harlow’s Labour candidate tells Sky News of effects of austerity on Harlow

LABOUR’S Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Harlow and The Villages, Laura McAlpine was interviewed by Ed Conway for Sky News’ Special Report ‘Britain’s Great Depression’ Laura said: “The banks were bailed out with £500 bn of taxpayers money, whilst in the years since the crash working class industries and jobs have been left to crumble. We’ve […]

Harlow MP meets with Sainsbury’s CEO to discuss what merger means for town

Harlow MP meets with Sainsbury’s CEO to discuss what merger means for town

Harlow MP meets with Sainsbury’s CEO to discuss what merger means for Harlow THIS week, MP Robert Halfon met with the Chief Executive of Sainsbury’s to seek assurances for Harlow workers amidst the Sainsbury’s-Asda merger. This was following conversations the Harlow MP has had with Asda on the same issue. Robert Halfon commented, “Mike Coupe, […]

Plans for luxury flats on former site of Lister House up before planning committee

Plans for luxury flats on former site of Lister House up before planning committee

PLANS for luxury flats on former site of Lister House are up before planning committee The application calls for Demolition of Existing Medical Centre and Erection of 46 No. New Residential Apartments with Private Communal Garden and Associated Undercroft Parking. The application will be heard on Wednesday October 17th at the Civic Centre, Water Gardens. […]

Nuffield House Surgery taken out of special measures but still requires improvement

Nuffield House Surgery taken out of special measures but still requires improvement

NUFFIELD House Surgery in The Stow has been told by health inspectors that it must improve. Nuffield House Doctors surgery was placed into special measures on 21 November 2017 following a comprehensive inspection. A warning notice was issued in respect of the governance at the practice. At a focused inspection on 20th March 2018, inspectors […]

1 2 3 126