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.
ON YOUR BIKE OR HARLOW’S ROADS GET GRIDLOCKED!
On June 11th HAP attended a Public Enquiry and heard that based on current traffic forecasts roads leading to the proposed junction 7a of the M11 are likely to be gridlocked.
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’sRead more.
EFDC vision for West Sumners
If you are curious to know what the Epping Forest District Council development at West Sumners might look like youRead more.
HAP Public Meeting – February 9th
The second HAP public meeting was held at the Paringdon Club on Southern Way. It was well attended by overRead more.
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 onRead more.
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 isRead more.
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 MRTPIRead more.
Closure of libraries in Harlow
Essex County Council have begun to consult with residents across the county following the announcement that many of their librariesRead more.
Bushey Croft Playing Field Update
Plans to build 16 houses on this site were agreed by Harlow Council at this evenings (August 22nd) meeting ofRead more.
Market Square refurbishment
Harlow Council are currently holding a consultation exercise on plans to redevelop the Town Centre. Members of the public areRead more.