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HOSPITALS have been ordered by the government to describe newly built units and major refurbishments of existing NHS buildings as “new hospitals” reports The Independent. A communications “playbook” for the government’s new hospitals programme makes clear what ministers would define as a new hospital, and…

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A NUMBER of garages near The Dashes playing fields are set to be demolished. The planning application is as follows: Demolish the terrace of garages down to the ground bearing slab, replace the boundaries to residential properties with a timber close boarded fence on slotted…

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A PLANNING application to put an electric charging bay in the BP Garage on Southern Way is back before the planning committee. The committee rejected the application in June. At the meeting, a local resident made an emotional appeal agains the chargers being placed so…

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A LEADING Harlow singer-songwriter has combined her music with a video highlighting the devastation that could take place if a major road is allowed to run through a much-loved beauty spot. Roisin Quinn’s video takes you on a journey from Edinburgh Way across to Gilston…

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PRINCESS Alexandra Hospital has submitted a planning application. The application is for an extension to existing hospital building to provide staff restaurant and office space. For more details of the planning application, go to https://www.harlow.gov.uk/planning-and-building-control/planning-permission/search-and-comment-planning-applications The submit following case reference: HW/FUL/21/00392

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A GREAT Parndon councillor has told YH that he does share Katherines’ residents concerns over warehouse developments that are now towering over their houses. Cllr David Carter (Cons) had written to local residents where he appeared to laying a large part of the blame at…

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HAS a Great Parndon Conservative councillor misled Katherines residents over decisions to give planning permission to build massive warehouses in the shadow of their homes? As we have reported, since 2017, planning permission has been granted for a number of large warehouses off Elizabeth Way.…

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RESIDENTS in the Katherines area have slammed Harlow Council for granting planning permission for huge warehouses that now loom over their homes and are making their lives a misery. In 2017, general planning permission was granted for warehouse developments in the former GSK site on…

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NEW research from the Town and Country Planning Association (TCPA) and University College London (UCL) reveals that 80% of shops and other commercial premises on highstreets across England could be lost because of further changes to planning rules. Lively, useful and safe town centres and…

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A NUMBER of objections have been made to an application to change a Harlow coffee shop into a restaurant. The application refers to Esquires coffee shop in the Water Gardens. This application intends for the change of use of the E(a) Use Class (Café) into…

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HARLOW’S MP, Robert Halfon, has stepped up his calls for the Stort Crossing developers to “go back to the drawing board” by tabling a motion in Parliament on the matter. The motion reads: That this House understands concerns about the impacts that the Stort crossing…

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HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has urged planners to go back to the drawing board over their bid run a major highway through the River Stort. Readers will know that as part of the Harlow an Gilston Garden Town Development a road crossing is planned from…

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A PLANNING application for a pair of two storey semi detached dwellings is set to go before Harlow Council planning committee. The proposal relates to the demolition of the existing bungalow in Roden Close, Old Harlow and the erection of a pair of two-storey semi-detached…

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Dear Editor, I HAVE just purchased Town Design by Sir Frederick Gibberd, published in 1953. It is a seminal book by a far sighted man. Harlow was designed to have two major motorway roads that ran to the west and north to link easily with…

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AN application for a house extension is on the agenda at the next meeting of the Harlow Council planning committee. The application is on 18 Whieldon Grange, Church Langley. The application is for a first-floor extension over the garage to provide an additional bedroom with…

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OBJECTIONS have been made to an application for an extension in Radburn Close, Harlow. The application is for a change of use of public land to private land for extension of the rear garden of 66 Radburn Close. A number of objections have been made.…