The Harlow Alliance Party is a new local political party formed by residents living in the Harlow area. We will provide a strong independent voice for people that live in the area.  We believe that on local issues, local people should decide without national political party influence.

Trees in Market Square
Having spent more that £250,000 last year on work to improve Market Square, the Labour Group at Harlow Council recently
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2019 Local Elections
The Party made significant gains in the number of votes it received in the four Wards which it contested at
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HAP candidates interviewed by Your Harlow
In the run up to the May 2nd Elections HAP candidates Nicholas Taylor and Alan Leverett were both interviewed by
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Harlow Local Plan NEWS
The Harlow Alliance Party was the only Party to participate in the Local Plan Examination held by the Government appointed
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Land at Hawthorns and South of Clifton Hatch
HAP held it’s fifth public meeting on 13 April to provide residents with information about these two areas, which Harlow
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Epping Forest DC Local Plan update
On Thursday 22 March The Harlow Alliance Party’s Leader and Deputy Leader attended the Hearing being held at Epping Forest
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Jocelyns public meeting – update
The Party’s fourth public meeting took place today close to the open area between Jocelyns and Broadway Avenue, which Harlow
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Deer Park and Pollards Hatch public meeting held on 9 March.
Despite the blustery conditions, nearly 70 residents turned up at todays meeting to hear the latest information about Harlow Council’s
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EFDC vision for West Sumners
If you are curious to know what the Epping Forest District Council development at West Sumners might look like you
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HAP Public Meeting – February 9th
The second HAP public meeting was held at the Paringdon Club on Southern Way. It was well attended by over
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