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Friday October 3rd: Gypsy-Traveller update

News / Fri 3rd Oct 2014 at 12:51pm

Update on unauthorised traveller encampments in Harlow

The latest information on unauthorised encampments in Harlow is as follows:

Third Avenue/Three Horseshoes Road (land owned by Harlow Council):

There are 10 caravans on this land and Harlow Council is waiting for a hearing date from the county court.

Woodhill/Southern Way (land owned by Harlow Council):

There are nine caravans on this land and Harlow Council is waiting for a hearing date from the county court.

Field north of Kingsland/Abercrombie Way (land owned by Harlow Council):

There are now four caravans on this land and Harlow Council is waiting for a hearing date from the county court.

Helipad (land owned by Harlow Council):

There are three caravans on this land. Harlow Council will be serving them with a direction to leave the land on or before 10am on Monday 6 October 2014.

Third Avenue (land owned by Harlow Council):

One caravan remains on the land at Third Avenue. Seven caravans from this group have now moved to land at Pear Tree Mead/Southern Way (land owned by Harlow Council). Harlow Council will be serving them with a direction to leave the land on or before 10am on Monday 6 October 2014.

Howard Way/Second Avenue (land owned by Harlow Council):

There are four caravans on this land. Harlow Council has served them with a direction to leave the land on or before 3pm today (Friday 3 October 2014).

You can find more information on unauthorised encampments as well as frequently asked questions at: www.harlow.gov.uk/illegal-encampments

In addition, you can contact Essex County Council for information on 01245 437645.

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