A LEADING Harlow councillor has slammed one of his colleagues for going for a walk.
HARLOW Council’s budget proposals for 2021 to 2022 have been published today. For the eighth year running the budget proposes no cuts to any services or redundancies. There will also be continued support for residents affected by the pandemic plus much-needed investment in the town’s future. The budget also proposes a 1.99% council tax increase in Harlow Council’s […]
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon and his fellow Conservatives have reacted with anger at the news that Harlow Council failed in its bid to secure funding for Harlow Town Centre.
Harlow Council Covid task force boss blasts Princess Alexandra Hospital chiefs over information: “There is a resounding silence from the hospital”
THE CHAIR OF Harlow Council’s Covid-19 taskforce has questioned whether enough information is coming out of Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH).
HARLOW Council and HTS have agreed to temporarily reduce non-emergency and non-urgent repairs, works, inspections and visits inside homes as cases of Covid-19 in the town increase.
COUNCIL leader Mark Ingall has today accused Harlow’s Conservative opposition of wasting Council resources because they have challenged a decision to conduct a feasibility study on sustainable transport for Harlow.
TODAY we’re making a direct appeal to you to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in our town. Our appeal to you today is about saving people’s lives, protecting the NHS and helping your business or livelihood.
A LEADING Conservative councillor has questioned when the old Lister House surgery will be built on.
HARLOW’S Labour Council leader has welcomed the announcement of the first phase of vaccine rollout today.
HARLOW Council is set to recommend awarding the repair contract for the paddling pools in Harlow to HTS Limited.
THE government have given us permission to temporarily relax the lockdown over Christmas and mix in larger family gatherings, but this is permission to relax the rules carefully,
Funding available for local health and wellbeing projects THE Public Health Community Grant Fund offers funding of up to £3000 for health and wellbeing projects. The grant is open to community, voluntary and private sector organisations that provide services to the residents of Harlow. The next application window takes place between 23 November to 7 […]
A MULTI-million pound bid has been submitted to government for projects which will help make Harlow a better place to live, work, visit and learn. Harlow Growth Board, a partnership of local public, private and voluntary organisations, have submitted the Towns Fund bid which aims to get government support and funding towards the following projects: […]
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.