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Harlow Council

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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…

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Harlow Council passes a “long term sustainable” budget IN TONIGHT budget setting meeting of Harlow Council, a “long term sustainable” budget for 2021/22, was passed says the Labour leader of the council Councillor Mark Ingall Leader of the Council said, “This is a sustainable, prudent…

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FOLLOWING a change in government policy, Covid-19 testing in Harlow and across Essex is changing to focus on rapid testing, with Lateral Flow Testing becoming the default approach to testing in local communities. Essex County Council (ECC) has opened 13 fast Covid-19 testing centres across Essex including one at the Harlow Civic Centre, which offer local people quick and easy Lateral…

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THE bin crews have worked hard to catch up with as many collections as possible following the Christmas and New year break. However the effects of the pandemic continue to create challenges for the bin crews. On top of this there have been some vehicle…

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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…

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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. Robert Halfon said: “This news that Harlow Council has missed out on the High Street fund…

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THE CHAIR OF Harlow Council’s Covid-19 taskforce has questioned whether enough information is coming out of Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH). Deputy leader of Harlow Council, cllr Eugenie Harvey made the comments on a virtual meeting on Friday night. The meeting was convened as infection rates…

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BRIAN Keane, Harlow Council’s Chief Executive, and John Philips, HTS Group Ltd Managing Director, have today issued the following service update: 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…