Update on illegal encampments in Harlow

It is reported that there are seven caravans in this encampment. Essex County Council obtained possession of the land in the county court on Thursday 5 February 2015 and have served the encampment with an order to leave. If the travellers have not vacated the land by today (Friday 6 February 2015) ECC will be instructing bailiffs to carry out an eviction.

Bailiffs set to go in at illegal camp in Coldharbour Road

THERE are six caravans in this encampment. Essex County Council obtained possession of the land in the county court on Monday 2 February 2015 and have served the encampment with an order to leave. If the travellers have not vacated the land by today (Wednesday 4 February 2015) ECC will be instructing bailiffs to carry out an eviction.

Labour’s Suzy Stride pledges to support Harlow’s carer army

Suzy Stride called the summit of local care professionals in Harlow after weeks of crisis at the local Princess Alexandra Hospital, which many have claimed is in at least part due to cuts in local social care services meaning patients are being kept in hospital because there is no-one to look after them at home. This practice, known as delayed discharges cost the hospital trust almost £2.2 million last year.

Update on illegal encampments in Harlow

ANTI-social behaviour incidents including fly-tipping and littering can be reported to Harlow Council. It is important that any offences are reported so they can be investigated and appropriate action taken. Reporting issues and incidents can also help support any legal action the Council takes.

Nishall’s Blog: Who is the ideal leader?

OVER the few weeks many headline stories in the news have been about different types of leaders and their actions. so I thought this week in my blog I would post what I see as a perfect leader. I know that there would never be a prefect leader, as everyone has faults, which is understandable as we are human. But many people have prove to be good leaders by using a variety of skills and qualities to make themselves relate to the people.

Harlow MP Robert Halfon pleased with fall in unemployment

HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has welcomed another big fall in the number of people claiming Job Seekers Allowance in Harlow. Figures released today by the ONS show that since 2010, the number of people claiming JSA has fallen by 53%. The unemployment rate in Harlow is now lower than the rest of England, despite being significantly higher than the national average in 2010.