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.
Uttlesford District Council delays Stansted expansion.
Responding to local residents demands, new Councillors at Uttlesford District Council have delayed current plans to increase the number of flights landing and taking off from the airport.
Epping Forest DC Local Plan update
March 23, 2019
On Thursday 22 March The Harlow Alliance Party’s Leader and Deputy Leader attended the Hearing being held at Epping Forest Read more.
Jocelyns public meeting – update
March 16, 2019
The Party’s fourth public meeting took place today close to the open area between Jocelyns and Broadway Avenue, which Harlow Read more.
Deer Park and Pollards Hatch public meeting held on 9 March.
March 9, 2019
Despite the blustery conditions, nearly 70 residents turned up at todays meeting to hear the latest information about Harlow Council’s Read more.
EFDC vision for West Sumners
February 26, 2019
If you are curious to know what the Epping Forest District Council development at West Sumners might look like you Read more.
HAP Public Meeting – February 9th
February 9, 2019
The second HAP public meeting was held at the Paringdon Club on Southern Way. It was well attended by over Read more.
Coming to a field near you!
January 31, 2019
Plans by Harlow District Council and Epping Forest District Council to allow the building of thousands of new homes on Read more.
Public meeting at Parndon Wood Nature reserve
January 28, 2019
On 26 January members of HAP met with residents living near the Nature reserve, adjacent to the Fennels, which is Read more.
Harlow District Council’s Local Plan …… Update
January 11, 2019
In a letter dated 9th January the Harlow Alliance Party have been advised that David Reed Bsc DipTP DMS MRTPI Read more.
Closure of libraries in Harlow
December 12, 2018
Essex County Council have begun to consult with residents across the county following the announcement that many of their libraries Read more.