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Harlow Council

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THE RULING Conservative group held a cabinet meeting at the council offices on Thursday night. Details of the agenda are below. There were a number of items discussed, so we will break the two hour film down into item sized chunk cover the next few…

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A PERSISTENT noisy neighbour who played heavy-bass music at excessive volumes has once again found themselves subject to court action thanks to Harlow Council. Back in September, Laura Featley, of Arkwrights, was fined by the court following several complaints of bass-heavy dance music being played…

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THIS may not sound like the funkiest item on a council meeting agenda but it may well be laying the foundations for more money to come into the town. The portfolio holders for strategic growth, cllr Mike Hardware made the presentation at cabinet on Thursday…

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HARLOW Council is looking for Harlow-themed designs for its Christmas cards this year and wants you to get involved! The competition is open to all ages and designs can be anything Christmas-themed or related to Harlow – a well-known sculpture or building in the town…

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HARLOW Council is looking to appoint two people to join their independent Remuneration Panel, which is responsible for making recommendations to the authority about the allowances to be paid to members. A spokesperson said: We are seeking people who are not directly involved with the…

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THERE is one week left for Harlow residents and businesses to have their say on new planning policies Harlow Council wishes to adopt as it consults on its Design Guide.  In particular, the council is inviting views on building heights in the town centre, privacy…

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HARLOW Council is asking residents for their views on what would help to improve turnout in local elections. The six-week consultation, which began this week, consists of a survey which residents are being asked to complete. The aim is to try and understand why residents…

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HARLOW Council has agreed to oppose development around the south and west of Harlow as a result of concerns many residents have about the impact developments will have on the town and its existing infrastructure and services. The decision follows Harlow councillors debating and unanimously…

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HARLOW Council would like to hear residents’ views on new planning policies it wishes to adopt as it consults on its Design Guide. In particular, views are invited on building heights in the town centre, privacy and overlooking, amenity space, householder guidance and climate change.…

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PLEASE find a film of last week’s Harlow Council Cabinet meeting. We will break it down into separate agenda items. You can find agenda items by clicking on the link below. https://moderngov.harlow.gov.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?CId=121&MId=1369&Ver=4 https://www.youtube.com/embed/L4Hh74FTyfI

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HARLOW Council is due to award £90,000 of government funding to deliver a new type of community hub service that will support vulnerable residents to gain more confidence as the recovery from COVID-19 continues. A report to be considered by the council’s Cabinet on Thursday…

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HARLOW Council is set to spend over £1m to enhance fire safety in three tower blocks in the town. A report to next week’s Cabinet meeting on 9 September 2021 recommends that £1,060,367 is approved for fire safety works at Pennymead, Netteswell and Spring Hills…

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Dear Editor, I read on the comments of YourHarlow that the Leader of the Council announced at the last full council that he had set up an email address for residents to email him on about our ideas for the future of Harlow.  I’ve looked…

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HARLOW Council is pleased to welcome global company Renesas to the Harlow Innovation Park at Maypole Boulevard. Renesas headquarters are in Japan and they employ around 19,000 people across the world including operations in Asia, North America, South America, Middle East and in Europe. They…

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THE Leader of Harlow Council has welcomed the news that work has started to repair and improve the cycle track network in Harlow. The works by Essex Highways follows Harlow Council filling potholes and making repairs last year to 10% of the network it owns.…

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Dear Editor THERE has been some confusion last week amidst reports in national papers about the proposed Greater London Boundary Charge. I am pleased that London Deputy Mayor for Transport Heidi Alexander offered to shed light on this matter in a call with me this…