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Update on unauthorised traveller encampments in Harlow

News / Mon 6th Oct 2014 pm31 07:15pm

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. Harlow Council has obtained a county court hearing set for Monday 13 October 2014.

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

There are nine caravans on this land. Harlow Council has obtained a county court hearing set for Monday 13 October 2014.

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

There are now three caravans on this land. Harlow Council has obtained a county court hearing set for Monday 13 October 2014.

Helipad (land owned by Harlow Council):

There are now two caravans on this land. Harlow Council has issued court proceedings and is awaiting a hearing date.

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

There are two caravans on this land. Harlow Council has issued court proceedings and is awaiting a hearing date.

Pear Tree Mead/Southern Way (land owned by Harlow Council):

There are seven caravans on this land. Harlow Council has issued court proceedings and is awaiting a hearing date.

Greenway Business Park (privately owned land):

There are five caravans on this privately owned land.

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

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