Planning bid for more homes next to Harlow Town railway station thrown out

Planning / Sat 22nd Oct 2022 at 03:39pm

PLANNING permission for a number of homes next to Harlow Railway Station has been declined.

Film of the application at a Harlow Council planning meeting is below.

Original application

Full planning permission is sought for the demolition of the existing garage block and
construction of a detached 4 storey building of 8 two bedroom and 4 three bedroom
apartments and remodelling of existing block paved courtyard (and associated landscaping


The development would utilise the vehicular access for Edinburgh House / Gate.

The proposed building would be of a roughly rectangular shape with a flat roof design and a
footprint measuring roughly 41m x 9m.

The apartments would be on the top 3 storeys. All would be at least dual-aspect units with
balconies utilising both north and south facing elevations. The end units also benefit from
additional windows on the side elevations. The ground floor level would comprise garages /
under-croft parking spaces, communal cycle storage and refuse/recycle storage. A total of
12 car parking spaces are proposed, some in areas surrounding the building. A secure 24
space cycle store is to be provided.
The building would be finished externally with a combination of different materials, including
brickwork and white and dark grey cladding. The balconies would have glass balustrade
panels. The garage doors on the ground floor would be timber.

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