New funding to support those in fuel poverty EVEN though the sun is shining across Essex, for many the prospect of a cold winter and affording heating will be a year-round worry. However, new funding announced will see even more people in Essex who are at risk of fuel poverty, supported with paying their energy […]
A FIFTH local authority in Essex has expressed interest in calling off legal services from a £4m framework being set up by Harlow District Council to provide support for special projects reports localgovernmentlawyer.
MP Robert Halfon meets with Essex Police after Harlow Council issue “white flag” over unlawful traveller encampments
HARLOW’S MP, Robert Halfon recently met with the Essex Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner, Roger Hirst, to discuss Harlow Council’s decision not to renew the injunction against unauthorised encampments.
A PLANNING application has been submitted for a telecommunications mast in Harlow.
A GOVERNMENT scheme offering £50 bike repair vouchers will launch in England on Tuesday as part of plans to boost cycling and walking reports the BBC. An initial 50,000 vouchers will be made available online later in the day on a first-come, first-served basis. The prime minister also announced that bikes will be made available […]
Outstanding CQC rated End of Life Care team to present at board meeting Join the board meeting at Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (EPUT) and watch their outstanding CQC rated End of Life Care Team present their achievements over the last 18 months. Everyone is welcome to attend the virtual public board meeting on […]
A LETTER sent to Epping Forest DC on 14 July and to Harlow DC on 17 July by the Independent Inspectors of the proposed Local Plans should have sent shock waves to both Councillors and officers at each council
Harlow MP Robert Halfon believes councils may have “powers” to prevent more office block conversions
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has suggested that there may be a solution to any expansion of office block conversions in Harlow.
STAFF of easyJet threatened by job losses at Stansted Airport staged a demonstration on Friday.
NORTH Weald Bassett Parish Council is bringing forward the date it will launch its new ‘face-to-face administrative centre’ at The Parish Hall, Thornwood Common.
HARLOW’S Labour Councillors said today that the town’s unique identity would be lost and residents would lose contact with their elected representatives, if the leaked Conservative government plans for local government come to fruition.
THE Covid-19 pandemic may have physically kept communities apart for several months, but communities across Essex have pulled together more than ever.
IT HAS been over four months since we physically interviewed Harlow MP Robert Halfon. The MP has been shedding since March.
A NEW medical director has been appointed at the NHS trust which runs Bishop’s Stortford’s hospital.
NHS West Essex Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is inviting members of the public to its next Board and AGM meetings which takes place Thursday 30 July, 2020.
A BRAVE Harlow woman is continuing to campaign for reform of the family court system after her experiences as a survivor of domestic violence.
THE DEPUTY leader of Harlow Council has detailed how her Recovery and Resilience Committee is committed to trying to get Harlow back on its feet.
THE chair of Harlow and Gilston Garden Town has provided an update regarding their plans to improve the local transport network.
A FORMER Harlow politician has become deputy leader of Brighton and Hove City Council.
UK Parliament’s local outreach officers have today taken their community and youth group workshops online. Their sessions are designed to show groups in the East of England how the House of Commons and House of Lords work,
Harlow Labour leader pledges “he will do everything to fight Tory plans to make “Terminus House style” conversions easier”
HARLOW Labour leader Mark Ingall has pledged that he will do everything to fight Tory plans to make “Terminus House style” conversions easier.
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has written to the Minister of State for Housing over concerns regarding proposed changes to planning regulations that could impact on Harlow.
BACK then, the country was starting to shutdown. A lot has happened in Harlow since then and there is clearly much to do before we get back to normal (if we ever do).
Planners, architects, surveyors all condemn government’s plan that could see Harlow swamped with office block conversions
PLANNERS, architects, surveyors and chartered construction professionals have all strongly condemned the government’s decision to press ahead with the creation of a raft of new permitted development rights reports Housingtoday.co.uk