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About LRA
Aims and Objectives

Loughton Residents Association was formed in 1981 to further the interests of the town and community of Loughton as geographically covered by the Loughton Town Council.

To carry out its functions, the Association has a committee, which is elected annually by the members. It meets every month to deal with the Association's business.

Five issues of a newsletter are circulated each year to keep members informed of the Association's activities, advise on matters of interest and concern, and to seek views and feedback from members on current issues. Two of these newsletters are distributed town-wide to non-members.

The Association concerns itself with all matters which have an impact upon the quality of life of residents, of which the most important are:

The Environment Loughton

Community Facilities

Planning

Traffic Management

Housing

Employment

Local Government and other organisations