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THE meetings of the Development Management Committees of East Herts Council due to take place on Tuesday 16th November at 5.30pm and of Harlow Council due to take place on Wednesday 17th November at 7pm are POSTPONED. This decision has been deemed appropriate due to…

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OVER the next two days The Development Management Committees for both East Herts (16/11/21) and Harlow Council (17/11/21) will meet to make their final decisions to either accept or reject The Stort Crossing. The Development Management Committee’s decision to support or oppose the crossing will…

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MAJOR proposals for a new highway, pedestrian and rail crossings connecting Essex and Hertfordshire are set to be voted on by councillors next week report the Local Democracy Reporting Service. The plans submitted to Harlow Council seek to widen and enhance the central crossing on…

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Places for People – Gilston Park Estate Community Consultation Event PLACES for People, together with Taylor Wimpey, are hosting the first of its community consultation events on the current masterplans for The Gilston Area. As part of the ongoing consultation for The Gilston Area, Places…

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THE DIRECTOR of Harlow and Gilston Garden Town, Naisha Polaine has worked in housing all her professional life. From being an area director for Homes and Communities Agency to being a non-executive director of housing developer, Hill Group. But perhaps the greatest challenge is her…

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BOTH East Hertfordshire and Harlow District Councils have confirmed their Development Management Committee (DMC) meeting dates to hear the applications for the current Central Stort Crossing and the proposed new Eastern Stort Crossing. The River Stort Crossing plans have been submitted by the applicant, Places…

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HARLOW MP Robert Halfon rose on the floor of the House of Commons to ask the government to allows councils to place statutory notices (such as planning applications etc) in digital only news outlets. As the law stands, public notices have to be in printed…

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FRIENDS of Latton Island and The Save Our Stort Campaign continues to gain momentum. A further 300 Harlow residents have written to their councillors opposing The Stort Crossing. A spokesperson said: “This is overwhelmingly positive. It continues to demonstrate that the public are not prepared…

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Detached FarmhouseFour BedroomsPool House & Tennis CourtA Pair Of CottagesOutbuildingsSecluded LocationCHAIN FREEGardens & PondIn Need Of ImprovementHuge Potential ‘…An Attractive Grade II Listed Farmhouse With Indoor Pool, Tennis Court, Private Gardens, Outbuildings & Two Cottages…’  THE FARMHOUSE THE internal accommodation of the farmhouse extends to…

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PLANNING permission to change Esquires Coffee shop in The Water Gardens into a restaurant has been granted by the Harlow Council planning committee. The unanimous decision was made at the meeting on Wednesday night. Despite a number of objections being made, no-one appeared in person…

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General photo of area A NUMBER of residents have objected to a planning application in the Mark Hall Moors area of Harlow. The application is for: The application property is one of a pair of semis located on the corner at the junction of Mowbray…

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A PLANNING application for for new data centres in Harlow has been submitted to Harlow Council. The application by Kao Data is for: Four new data centres and security gatehouse with associated highways infrastructure, plant, landscaping works, parking and engineering operations (amendments to approved scheme…

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PLANS for over 50 car parking spaces in a development off First Avenue have met with a series of objections by local residents. The application submitted to Harlow Council is for: external works including 54 car parking spaces, 30 cycle spaces, new playground area and…

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A PLANNING application in Purford Green is set to go before the Harlow Council planning committee. The application for 64 Purford Green is as follows: Planning permission is sought for the development of a single storey wrap around extension consisting of pitched roof construction. The…

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A HARLOW resident and a Great Parndon councillor failed in their bid to have a planning application for the Three Horseshoes pub rejected. Local resident Brian Murphy and councillor David Carter detailed their concerns to the planning committee on Wednesday night. But the committee told…

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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.…