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Cadbury-Brown and William Crabtree. Harlow has one of the most extensive cycle track networks in the country, connecting all areas of the town to the town centre and industrial areas.
The cycle network is composed mostly of the original old town roads. The first neighbourhood, Mark Hall, is a conservation area. Subsequently, many of the original town buildings, including most of its health centres, the Staple Tye shopping centre and many industrial units have been rebuilt.
Since becoming a new town, Harlow has undergone several stages of expansion, the first of which was the "mini expansion" that was created by the building of the Sumners and Katherines estates in the mid-to-late seventies to the west of the existing town.
Since then Harlow has further expanded with the Church Langley estate completed in , and its newest neighbourhood Newhall has completed the first stage of its development, with the second stage underway in Other major developments under consideration include both a northern and southern bypass of the town, and significant expansion to the north, following the completed expansion to the east.
The opposition is coordinated by a local group based in neighbouring East Hertfordshire. In the government announced the creation of an enterprise zone in the town.
A major feature of Harlow New Town is its green spaces; over one third of the district is parkland or fields containing public footpaths.
The Green Wedges are protected from inappropriate development, through the Local Plan. Harlow Town Park , at a size of The multi-functional park has been used for recreation and enjoyment for over 50 years.
This park is in the centre Netteswell ward and is between the town centre and the railway station, both of which are within walking distance of the park, which is a natural thoroughfare from the station to the town centre.
With these Harlow is seen as one of the first examples of a civic scheme to marry the modern science of town and country planning.
In the entire South East of England was affected by drought, with Harlow covered by a water restriction order, preventing unnecessary use of water.
Harlow was originally expected to provide a majority of employment opportunities in manufacturing, [ citation needed ] with two major developments of The Pinnacles and Templefields providing the biggest employers in the region; as with the rest of the country, this manufacturing base has declined and Harlow has had to adjust.
The original manufacturing took the form of a biscuit factory, on the Pinnacles. Owned and run as a co-op, it provided employment to the town for over 50 years, before closing in It has since been demolished and the site now has small industrial units.
At its peak, the factory employed over people. Raytheon and GlaxoSmithKline both have large premises within the town. Nortel had a large site on the eastern edge of the town, acquired when STC was bought in , and it was here that Charles K.
Kao developed optical fibre data transmission. Nortel still has a presence, [ when? Elections to the district council are held in three out of every four years, with one-third of the 33 seats on the council being elected at each election.
Labour had a majority from the first election in until the election. From then until the election no party had a majority.
The Conservatives gained control in , but lost it back to Labour at the election and as of the election the council was composed of the following councillors: Harlow is served by two railway stations , Harlow Town railway station and Harlow Mill railway station.
There is also a bus service to Epping tube station on the London Underground. Harlow is reached from junction 7 of the M11 motorway , which runs from London to Cambridge, placing it within a short distance of Stansted Airport and the A and the orbital M25 motorway.
The M11 motorway was originally planned to run to the west of Harlow, not the east as it does today. Having planned for one of the two big industrial estates to be built to the west of the town for easy motorway access, Sir Fredrick Gibberd was appalled when the motorway was eventually built to the east of the town instead, describing it as "just about the most monstrous thing to ever happen to me as a planner" during a interview.
The airport operator withdrew a planning application for a second runway after the General Election of , when all major political parties opposed it.
Harlow has an extensive bus network and serves as a regional hub for the local area, with operators such as Arriva Herts and Essex and Trustybus.
There are links to many other local towns and villages such as Chelmsford City, Epping and Bishops Stortford. The scheme was implemented in two phases, each phase focusing on developing First Avenue on either side of Howard Way.
Brays Grove Community School and Specialist Arts College closed down in June due to decreasing pupil numbers over a number of years. The club plays in division 2 of the Shepherd Neame Essex League, runs a junior section that play in the West Essex District Cricket Board League and has a girls team which play other girls teams in the county.
Essex County Cricket Club Ladies and disability sections use the club as well as the England disability teams.
Harlow has four cricket clubs. The football club is best known for its extended run in the FA Cup , where they reached the Fourth Round of the competition.
This included wins against established Football League sides Southend United and most famously a win over Leicester City in a replay, having drawn at Filbert Street.
Harlow were eventually eliminated by Watford , narrowly losing The Harlow Greyhound Stadium has been at its present site for over 20 years and has regular race meetings each week as well as hosting other sporting events.
The town is the site of Harlow sports centre built in In s investments have included its skatepark next to Burnt Mill School.
The park is floodlit. The sq metre park is made from concrete, and has a bowl as well as a street course which contains quarter pipes , flat banks, rails and steps.
Harlow is the home to a major collection of public sculptures over in total by artists such as Auguste Rodin , Henry Moore , Barbara Hepworth , and Ralph Brown.
Many of these are owned by the Harlow Art Trust , an organisation set up in by the lead architect of Harlow Frederick Gibberd. Gibberd had idealistic notions of the New Town as a place where people who might not normally have access to art could enjoy great sculptures by great artists on every street corner.
Harlow Museum is in Muskham Road, and is set within the grounds of a sixteenth-century manor building with walled gardens. Admission to the museum is currently free, but visitors are encouraged to make a donation to ensure future maintenance of services.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the town in England. For other uses, see Harlow disambiguation. Not to be confused with Hadlow or Harrow.
The merger was reversed in In the club joined the Premier Division of the London League. In they switched to the Delphian League. In it merged into the Athenian League and the club were placed in Division Two.
After finishing third in —64, they were promoted to Division One. Uruguay defeated Harlow 6—1. In —79 they won Division One and were promoted to the Premier Division.
The —80 season saw the club make its best-ever run in the FA Cup. In the second round they drew 1—1 away at Football League side Southend United before winning the replay at the Sportcentre 1—0 in front of 5, spectators.
The club were then drawn away to Second Division leaders Leicester City. After a 1—1 draw at Filbert Street , Harlow famously won the replay at the Sportcentre 1—0, watched by a club-record attendance of 9, In the fourth round Harlow were drawn away to Watford , losing 4—3.
In the —82 season the club were relegated, but returned to the Premier Division after a single season in Division One. However, two consecutive relegations in —85 and —86 saw the club drop into Division Two North.
In —89 they won the division and returned to Division One. The club dropped out of football for the —93 season. Upon being voted back into the Isthmian League for the —94 season after upgrading the Sportcentre, the club were forced to drop into Division Three.
In —98 they were promoted to Division Two, and the following season were promoted to Division One. After finishing as runners-up in Division One North in —07 they won the promotion play-offs and were promoted to the Premier Division after defeating A.
Sudbury in the final. However, they were relegated back to Division One North at the end of the —09 season. In January , new owners took control of the club, with former manager Tommy Cunningham returning to the club alongside business partner John Barnett.