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Core Strategy Issues and Options Consultation Document (Read-only)

Question 2

Representation ID: 5423

Received: 28/01/2011

Respondent: Harlow Baptist Church

Representation:

Supply of water, sewage, surface water drainage - already an issue in this area and certain to get worse with more paved and covered land.

One road for access and egress will only add to the congestion in Gilden Way at busy times.

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Question 4

Representation ID: 5424

Received: 28/01/2011

Respondent: Harlow Baptist Church

Representation:

The issues facing Harlow are those of unemployment and lack of social housing. In no way does the provision of 16,000 new homes address this.

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Question 6

Representation ID: 5426

Received: 28/01/2011

Respondent: Harlow Baptist Church

Representation:

We have seen no new business increase with the development at Newhall , rather there has been a decline, so why a development at Gilden Way should be any different is beyond my comprehension.

How these homes will be affordable for the average Harlow water is unclear as wages in the area are low.

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Question 8

Representation ID: 5430

Received: 28/01/2011

Respondent: Harlow Baptist Church

Representation:

While some issues have been addressed they have not been provided for adequately eg parking, transport, utilities.



Parking is already an issue in most areas of the town. In order for even a one bedroom flat to be affordable two people with jobs need to be in a occupation. This inevitably means two cars. This escalates up the scale providing inadequate parking does not force people in to using public transport.

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Question 10

Representation ID: 5433

Received: 28/01/2011

Respondent: Harlow Baptist Church

Representation:

Removing more and more of the green spaces around Harlow does not fit in well with the original vision for Harlow and does not encourage people to move to the area. New business needs to be encouraged so redevelopment of the industrial area is key.

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Question 12

Representation ID: 5436

Received: 28/01/2011

Respondent: Harlow Baptist Church

Representation:

1. Protect our green spaces.
2. Keep to Gibbards principles.
6. Ensure adequate infrastructure
9. Keep focussed on the needs of local people.

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Question 16

Representation ID: 5440

Received: 28/01/2011

Respondent: Harlow Baptist Church

Representation:

We have already seen some of the Town Park and other green spaces being lost. The provisions of these green spaces were viewed as key to the well being of residents. Have we lost sign of this key principle?

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Question 19

Representation ID: 5441

Received: 28/01/2011

Respondent: Harlow Baptist Church

Representation:

Needs redevelopment of industrial areas and encouraging new business.

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Question 20

Representation ID: 5443

Received: 28/01/2011

Respondent: Harlow Baptist Church

Representation:

. Keep parking charges to a minimum
. Provide plenty of parking
. Redevelop Broad Walk etc

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Question 21

Representation ID: 5446

Received: 28/01/2011

Respondent: Harlow Baptist Church

Representation:

A split town would result (comments end here)

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