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Harlow Council

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HARLOW Council’s ruling Labour Cabinet met on Thursday December 5th. A recording of the meeting is below.

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HARLOW Conservative councillors quizzed the Labour-run Harlow Council over references to a Gypsy-Traveller site in the east of Harlow. References to such a plan appear in the Epping Forest District Council masterplan for housing and growth. Councillor Mike Hardware put the question to portfolio holder,…

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By Local Democracy Reporter Piers Meyler HARLOW’S street lights are to be kept on at night – thanks to money contributed by the district council. Agreement was first reached between Harlow Council and Essex County Council to keep the town’s street lights on all night,…

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LIBRARY users from across Essex have instructed leading law firm Watkins and Gunn to give legal advice for a potential legal challenge against Essex County Council. Campaigners believe that the revised library strategy which sees Essex County Council asking volunteers to house and run libraries…

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A PETITION calling on Harlow Council to tackle parking problems in the Fold Croft area of Harlow was presented to them on Thursday night. It was presented by local resident, Anne Ratcliffe. Film and subsequent discussion is below.

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NEW planning directions are to be introduced to reduce the number of offices and industrial premises being converted into housing in Harlow. These directions will cover industrial areas and the town centre and will remove the right to Permitted Development. Permitted Development allows landowners to…

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SUMNERS councillor, Clive Souter was installed as chair of Harlow Council at the annual meeting on Tuesday night. The annual council is primarily ceremonial and kick starts the civic year proper. The proposer in favour of cllr Souter becoming chair was councillor Shona Johnson, who…

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BELOW is our film of the Harlow Council Cabinet Meeting held on Thursday March 28th, 2019. We will breaking it down into agenda item sized pieces over the next few days.

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Harlow Skatepark THIS week essential repairs and maintenance is being carried out to Harlow Skatepark in Harlow Town Park. Although the skatepark is still open, there is likely to be some disruption to the users at certain times while the repairs are carried out to…

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HARLOW Council has announced plans for the restoration of one of the town’s tranquil beauty spots and fishing facilities. The much-loved and iconic Netteswell Pond, off Second Avenue, is to be restored this year with funding from Harlow Council and Essex County Council. The project…

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HARLOW councillors are set to discuss possible closures of libraries and respite centres at their final meeting of the year. The meeting will take place at 7.30pm in the civic offices, Water Gardens, Harlow. Libraries in Harlow Proposed by Councillor Shannon Jezzard (seconded by Councillor…

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HARLOW Labour’s Parliamentary Candidate, Laura McAlpine, has responded to the Your Harlow article “Harlow MP vows to ‘clamp down on potholes’” posted earlier this week. Mr. Halfon had urged local residents to report any potholes to the Council and stated: “Our town and road infrastructure…

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Council Leader keeps up pressure on potholes AFTER achieving some success by getting repairs made to the badly potholed roads in Northbrooks, Church Leys and Maddox Road, the Harlow Labour council leader is pressing for urgent repairs to be done on other estates. Councillor Ingall…

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BELOW is a film of the September meeting at Harlow Council. Over the next few days we will break down the film into item sized pieces.

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THE issue of Universal Credit was discussed at a recent Scrutiny Committee meeting at Harlow Council. At a recent Harlow Council Cabinet meeting, councillors’ from both sides made they reviews known on the weaknesses and strengths of the controversial system.

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HARLOW Council has procured a new contract for household bin collections and is very pleased with the results. The new contract will come into effect with no disruption to residents and will offer improvements too. The collections will continue to be at the same frequency…