Homes on Harlow’s border set to be discussed
News / Tue 5th Dec 2017 am31 09:35am
PLANS for homes close to the Harlow border are set to be discussed.
Epping Forest District Council have made a decision to call a special full council meeting on December 14 to bring forward voting on what is called the local plan.
Epping’s own local plan says 11,400 homes need to be built in the area by 2033 to meet rising demand.
Sites around Harlow are earmarked for 3,900 new homes, Buckhurst Hill will get 90, Chigwell 430 and Chipping Ongar 600.
Coopersale will get 50, Epping 1,640, Fyfield 90, High Ongar ten, Loughton 1,190.
Lower Sheering will see 30, Nazeing 220, North Weald Bassett 1,580, Roydon 40, Stapleford Abbotts 10, Sheering 120, Thornwood 130 and Waltham Abbey 300.