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The High Court has dismissed a developer's legal challenge to the Epping Forest District Council’s Local Plan, paving the way for the Council to submit the Plan to the Secretary of State for Independent Examination (the challenge could, if successful, have had a significant effect on the progress of the Plan).
See the Council’s statement here – we will be considering the implications of the judgement.
|Flats at 13 – 15A Alderton Hill – again.|
New planning application to replace houses here with linked blocks of retirement flats with care facilities. Amendments to the previous proposal include changes to the front façade facing Alderton Hill, less bulk to the north of the site, fewer units (106 to 89), and a new zebra crossing along Alderton Hill.
Click here for more details, including how to comment.
Click here to view related documents including plans.
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Although the police station is no longer open to the public, the local community policing team is based there 24 hour a day, 7 days a week and handles 999 emergency calls and 101 calls. This team then deals with local investigations and lower graded crimes, such as common assaults. The CID criminal investigation team, also based in Loughton, also operates on a 24/7 basis and covers more serious crimes, such as burglaries and serious assaults.
Officers from the community police team will soon be allocated to their own beat areas. The officers will be making contact in the areas they have been assigned, and additional “pop up” meeting locations such as “coffee with cops” will be happening across the district.
The Epping Forest Community Hub is now in operation; it’s a joint venture between the police and the District Council. A police sergeant and two experienced Constables are being funded and tasked by the Council to deal with local matters such as ASB
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