Potholes to Glycophosphate – a Waltham Abbey Greens Saturday

It’s been a good couple of days for Waltham Abbey Greens with three new members joining and lots of support for our campaigning work. Issues raised on our Sun Street Saturday stall today included: The Next.plc planning application – people stopped by to sign the petition who only know about it after receiving their copy of Autumn Green News through the letterbox

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Epping Forest Green Party comment on the proposed Next.plc distribution centre on Dowding Way

Planning Application: EPF/1413/18 – Dowding Way Waltham Abbey Description of proposed development Hybrid: Full planning application for erection of 1 no. warehouse with ancillary accommodation (Class B8), including access and servicing arrangements, car parking and landscaping, roof-mounted photovoltaic array and associated works including new vehicular access to A121 (phase 1), gatehouse and sprinkler tanks; outline planning application for up to

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Waltham Abbey Greens Video Update – January 2018

Issues covered include: 250/251 campaign Blocked cycle lanes Parking for disabled people in Waltham Abbey Social housing Jessel Green Links: Save Jessel Green petition: http://efgp.org.uk/sjgpetition Waltham Abbey Greens newsletter: http://efgp.org.uk/walthamabbeygreennews EFTAG meeting: http://efgp.org.uk/eftagfeb18    

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Infrastructure first! The Local Plan and Waltham Abbey

The Local (District) and Neighbourhood (Town) plans are both open for consultation and participation. 800 new homes are proposed for several sites in Waltham Abbey, including: 44 on the site of our Fire Station 53 on the Waltham Abbey Community Centre 463 on the Lee Valley Nursery 132 by Parklands.

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Waltham Abbey Town Council rejects Crown Hill Garden Centre development

Epping Forest Green Party has welcomed Waltham Abbey Town Council’s Planning Committee decision to reject a proposal for a 21 home development on the Crown Hill Garden Centre.

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