Waltham Abbey Residents Association

Striving for a Better Town

Waltham Abbey Residents Association

Striving for a Better Town

Waltham Abbey Residents Association

Striving for a Better Town

Waltham Abbey Residents Association

Striving for a Better Town

Waltham Abbey Residents Association

Striving for a Better Town

Welcome to WARA

Waltham Abbey Residents Association (WARA) acts on behalf of residents living in Waltham Abbey, we are a voluntary non-political organisation and we take this opportunity to welcome all visitors to our website. We try to help with planning issues or objections local residents may have in their local community,  that may cause distress to residents if they proceed.

If you are new residents to Waltham Abbey or possibly still considering whether to move to our Historic Town,please take a few minutes to review our website, it just might help you make up your mind.

Please feel free to contact us for any further assistance we may be able to offer.

We may occasionally need to employ professionals for advice, such as Solicitors or Consultants to assist us or act on behalf of our residents. This is to ensure that whatever we may state publicly or write on a particular issue, is in fact honest, lawful and accurate. In order to employ these professionals we rely on donations to fund this work and would be grateful for any financial assistance you maybe able to offer.

News

Coaches and 7.5 tonne Limits in Waltham Abbey

An email was sent by one of our supporters ref:- Golden Boy Coaches travelling through Waltham Abbey using 7.5 tonne restricted roads. Please find the email and response from Golden Boy To: sales@goldenboy.co.uk Subject: Overweight Good morning can you please advise...

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Save Waltham Holy Cross Primary School

It is proposed that Net Academy Trust takes over Waltham Holy Cross School next May. This trust is staled that this trust is one of the worst performing Multi-Academy Trusts (MATS) in the country and the proposed merger is totally against the wishes of most parents...

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Waltham Abbey Town and Neighbourhood Plans

The object of the Town and Neighbourhood Plans.                                                                                             New Government legislation requires all councils to form a new Town Plan, Towns have always had a Local Plan that lasts for 15...

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Sewardstone Road New Application

After the previous planning application was refused and as was the later appeal for the Sewardstone Road site in July 2015, a new reduced scale application has been submitted for this site. Please find a copy of our objection letter for this fresh application below....

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Next Planning Application

A new planning application has been submitted to EFDC for the site situated parallel to the M25  accessed from Dowding Way in Waltham Abbey. WARA has received numerous complaints from Residents about this proposal and have been asked to object on their behalf. Please...

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Town Show June 2018

It is with regret that we have had to withdraw from this years Show. The Town council who in the past were happy to allow us to participate using their Public Liability Insurance has informed us that we must provide our own this year. Following the fatal incident last...

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WATC Annual Meeting

WARA attended the WATC annual open meeting and put a number of questions to councillors. We brought up the subject of Japanese Knotweed prevelant in the open ditch outside King Harold School and also at neighbouring Galley Hill with the junction of Broomstick Hall...

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A.G.M. of Residents Association

To all residents interested in the activities of the Waltham Abbey Residents Association we announce that we are to hold our  A.G.M. at the Angel Public House on 7th November 2016 at 7.30. All interested members of our local community are welcome to attend.

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2016 Town Show

WARA would like to thank all those residents of the Town who visited our stall at the Town Show and by taking part in our Higher/Lower game helped us raise much needed funds that we use in our efforts to help the local community to stand up for their rights.

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R.G.M Poster

WARGM-Summer-2016-Poster Please click here. This poster will give you an update on the opening times and events happening at the site during the School Summer...

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