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

Question 4

Representation ID: 1031

Received: 28/01/2011

Respondent: Mulberry Green Residents Association

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We first need more evidence about actual need for more Harlow housing.

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Question 16

Representation ID: 1032

Received: 28/01/2011

Respondent: Mulberry Green Residents Association

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Green Wedges need to be kept. They are fundamental to the overall design and character of Harlow.

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Question 21

Representation ID: 1033

Received: 28/01/2011

Respondent: Mulberry Green Residents Association

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I am concerned about the lack of infrastructure planned ahead of the re-development.

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Question 22

Representation ID: 1034

Received: 28/01/2011

Respondent: Mulberry Green Residents Association

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What is suggested here changes the character of 3 communities.

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Question 26

Representation ID: 1035

Received: 28/01/2011

Respondent: Mulberry Green Residents Association

Representation:

Land north of Gilden Way inappropriate for development, as it would - overlook and spoil Old Harlow's attractive environment, including Harlowbury, The Forebury, and the Gibberd Garden - create unacceptable additional traffic congestion - cause drainage problems and flood risks - cover valuable farm land - encroach on an important archaeological site.

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Question 27

Representation ID: 1036

Received: 28/01/2011

Respondent: Mulberry Green Residents Association

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The fact that the hospital is stretched to capacity already is very worrying if we propose to add greatly to the population. Where will the employment opportunities come from? Building outside Harlow is contrary to the original plan for a cohesive town.

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Question 2

Representation ID: 3564

Received: 19/01/2011

Respondent: Mulberry Green Residents Association

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Infrastructure
Harlow's infrastructure cannot deal with its current population. How could it cope with over 5000 new homes? GP services - you are refused an appointment because not enough doctors. Hospital appointments for urgent scans take more than 8 weeks which is totally unacceptable for life threatening illnesses. The sewerage problem in Old Harlow is a health hazard. Traffic on Gilden Way already impossible at rush hour.

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Question 4

Representation ID: 3565

Received: 19/01/2011

Respondent: Mulberry Green Residents Association

Representation:

Harlow should be for Harlow families not part of the East of England Plan.

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Question 6

Representation ID: 3566

Received: 19/01/2011

Respondent: Mulberry Green Residents Association

Representation:

Schools are always built y years after people move in (i.e. Church Langley). This is not forward planning. Access to Church Langley, North Harlow and Marsh Lane all have one way in and out. This is dangerous. Transport needs to be improved across the town - where would new people work? There are not enough jobs here.

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Question 8

Representation ID: 3567

Received: 19/01/2011

Respondent: Mulberry Green Residents Association

Representation:

Transport, sewerage, hospital, GP services - all are inadequate NOW.

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