THE HARLOW Council Covid recovery group met on Thursday night. The committee is a specially appointed group of councillors dedicated to charting Harlow’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic. The one-hour meeting covered a number of issues but the chair, cllr Eugenie Harvey and her colleagues, went out of their way to praise the public for […]
HARLOW Council and their partners HTS have unveiled a new scheme to provide housing for local residents.
A HARLOW couple who committed a number of housing tenancy fraud offences and were taken to court by Harlow Council have pleaded guilty.
HARLOW Council is preparing to bid for up to £25million worth of funding from the government’s Towns Fund and, as part of this, is inviting residents to view proposals for four projects. The council has already secured £1m from the fund, which will be invested in improvements to Harlow town centre, but is now preparing […]
HARLOW councillors on both sides have come together to support the local community as we continue to fight against Covid-19. YourHarlow, via Zoom, interviewed the deputy leader of Harlow Council, cllr Eugenie Harvey and the leader of the Harlow Conservatives, cllr Andrew Johnson. In this twenty minute interview, both councillors set out their plans to […]
HARLOW’S MP, Robert Halfon, has welcomed £1 million in accelerated funding as part of the Towns Fund,
HEALTH bosses have expressed their concerns as cases of Covid-19 in Harlow have begun to rise again.
BEFORE lockdown, Church Langley resident, Nicola Purse was leading a campaign to ensure funding was released for improvements to her area.
HARLOW Council is set to hold its September meeting tonight.
HARLOW Council has praised the response from the majority of local pubs and eating venues who have been working hard and responding positively to keep people safe and their business open during the coronavirus pandemic.
AS we reported earlier this week Harlow Council has entered into a year’s trial with National Enforcement Solutions (NES) to provide environmental enforcement services in the town giving them responsibility for enforcing legislation around fly-tipping, dog fouling, littering, as well as domestic and commercial waste.
ANYONE caught fly-tipping can be issued with a £200 Fixed Penalty Notice (FPN) or if they are observed littering, they will be issued with an on the spot £80 FPN. Dog fouling carries a £50 FPN.
WEARING the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower discreetly tells staff that you need additional support, help or a little more time.
A FIFTH local authority in Essex has expressed interest in calling off legal services from a £4m framework being set up by Harlow District Council to provide support for special projects reports localgovernmentlawyer.
TWO members of the Harlow Youth Council (HYC) questioned a leading councillor on a number of socially relevant issues.
HARLOW Council has released proposals for public consultation to improve and modernise Market Square, Playhouse Square and College Square in the town centre.
THE town’s efforts against climate change has received a welcome boost with the news that Harlow Council has reduced its carbon emissions by 692 tonnes in the last year.
HARLOW Council has listed a number of road schemes awaiting funding.
HARLOW has bid for a share of government funding from Essex County Council to encourage walking and cycling and enable social distancing.
LAST night (21 May) history was made as Harlow Council held its first ever council meeting virtually which was also streamed live on You Tube.
Harlow Council continues to provide services during coronavirus outbreak that residents and businesses need.
HARLOW Council continues to provide services during the national coronavirus outbreak that residents and businesses need. This is thanks to the efforts of council staff and contractor staff. Council staff are either still coming into the workplace or are working from home. Some council staff have been redeployed to help run new services to support […]
NEW government guidance issued today advises councils to consider letting “small and medium-sized [SME] developers” defer their Section 106 and Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) obligations.
HARLOW Town Football Club is a mobile testing site for COVID-19 this week.
LATE last week, it was confirmed to Robert Halfon MP by Essex County Council that there will be a Covid-19 testing site in Harlow. The news came after a joint cross-party effort from Robert Halfon MP and the leader of Harlow Council, Mark Ingall.