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.

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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Jocelyns public meeting
On 13 September last year Harlow Council agreed it’s Local Plan, which sets out where new homes in the town
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Deer Park and Pollard Hatch public meeting
On 13 September last year Harlow Council agreed it’s Local Plan, which sets out where new homes in the town
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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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Coming to a field near you!
Plans by Harlow District Council and Epping Forest District Council to allow the building of thousands of new homes on
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Public meeting at Parndon Wood Nature reserve
On 26 January members of HAP met with residents living near the Nature reserve, adjacent to the Fennels, which is
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Harlow District Council’s Local Plan …… Update
In a letter dated 9th January the Harlow Alliance Party have been advised that David Reed Bsc DipTP DMS MRTPI
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Closure of libraries in Harlow
Essex County Council have begun to consult with residents across the county following the announcement that many of their libraries
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