Forward thinking Harlow Council allow filming in chamber

News / Fri 7th Feb 2014 at 07:47am

FOR THE first time in its civic history, cameras were allowed into the chambers of Harlow District Council in order to allow proceedings.

The decision has come after the Department of Communities and Local Government initiated legislation that would allow recording of events.

Although, secretary of state, Eric Pickles has allowed permission for a free months there has been an element of confusion around the country and a few chaotic scenes.

The scenes add to the argument that sometimes you catch more with honey than vinegar.

Editor of YourHarlow.Com, Michael Casey said: “We would like to thank Harlow Council for their co-operation and forward thinking on the issue of filming. They have clearly seen this as an opportunity and not a problem.

“YourHarlow is only seven months old and so we do not expect viewing figures to compete with “Charlie bit my finger” on youtube! However, if just one person looks at films in order to get a better view of the decision being made on their behalf then that will be a positive thing.

“We would like to dedicate the filming to the memory of former Harlow councillor, Annie “Nan” Howard, who passed away recently.”councillive

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