Hearing dates have been set for the examination of Harlow’s Local Plan.

Hearing dates have been set for the examination of Harlow’s Local Plan.

The plan will guide Harlow’s future development up to 2033.

David Reed has been appointed by the Government as the Local Plan Inspector. He will conduct the examination to determine whether the plan is sound.

Hearing sessions will take place in the Civic Centre starting at 10am on 28 March 2019. Sessions will follow on various days as follows:

Thursday 28 March 2019

Matter 1: Duty to co-operate and other legal requirements (including HRA)

Matter 2: Housing – Quantitative Requirements, Overall Provision and Five Year Supply

Friday 29 March 2019

Matter 3: Overall Strategy; Harlow & Gilston Garden Town – General Principles & Infrastructure

Tuesday 2 April 2019

Matter 4: Strategic Housing Site East of Harlow

Wednesday 3 April 2019

Matter 6: Other housing allocations – Policy HS2 sites

Thursday 4 April 2019

Matter 7: Development Management policies

Matter 5: Employment and Retail Issues

Full details on the sessions and who will be participating can be found at www.harlow.gov.uk/local-development-plan-examination-hearing-sessions

For all the latest information visit www.harlow.gov.uk/local-development-plan-examination

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One Response to "Hearing dates have been set for the examination of Harlow’s Local Plan."

  1. tenpin   March 13, 2019 at 9:30 am

    The Harlow Alliance Party are the only Party which have formally raised objections to this Plan and our representatives are the only local politicians who will be allowed to speak at these hearings. We object on the grounds that Harlow Council did not do enough to consult with residents, the loss of 8 open spaces to future house building and the lack of new infrastructure and the likely timing (work needs to start now otherwise thousands of homes in and around Harlow will have already been occupied before new roads etc have been built). It is clear from the public meetings we have already held that many residents share our concerns. We are arranging more meetings around the town where we hope to gather more support.

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