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

WARA visits Palace of Westminster

WARA joined the London Green Belt Council earlier this year  in order to be informed on Green Belt matters afecting our Town. Waltham Abbey and the whole of E.F.D.C. are sited in the midst of the Metropolitan Green Belt and we consider it vital we are aware of the...

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Chairmans Report for 2014/15

Waltham Abbey Residents Association Chairman’s Report 2014-15 Knollys Nursery October 2014 I reported at last years AGM that his time last year (2013/14) that we were concerned about the Knollys Nursery site that went back for a second application during the year and...

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ROYAL GUNPOWDER MILLS

WARA members attended the exhibition on 6th October 2015 at the RGM site and we finally got to know of the plans that have been rumoured for some time. We were dissapointed in the presentation in such a small display area,  with no brochures giving details of what to...

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Sewardstone Road Appeal Refused

www.planningportal.gov.uk/planninginspectorate Appeal Decision Hearing held on 25 August 2015 Site visit made on 25 August 2015 by Michael Boniface MSc MRTPI an Inspector appointed by the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government Decision date: 14...

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Knollys Nursery Planning Objection

Following our public meeting and finding the overwhelming reaction to the proposals, Wara drafted an objection letter and sent it to the Planning Officer,  Dominic Duffin responsible for this application. When we finally received the officers report on the proposals...

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Olympic venue bidding to shake off elite image

White water centre among several Lea Valley attractions taken on by Vibrant Partnerships trust. Former Olympic venues including the Lee Valley White Water Centre have been handed over to a trust. Vibrant Partnerships, a not-for-profit company will manage the venues,...

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Cobbins Brook Flood Risk

Extract from the latest Environment agency report titled, Strategy proposals for the next decade for Waltham Abbey (Epping Forest District, Essex) Cobbins Brook. The Risk from Flooding: Before a new flood risk management scheme was put in place, an estimated 301...

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Transport Yard Sewardstone Road Appeal

The former transport yard sited off Sewardstone Road Waltham Abbey has been sent for appeal after the council rejected development plans last year. The application is for 72 dwellings 50% affordable and some sort of community building/shop is to be developed on the...

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Town Show

WARA would like to thank all those who visited our Higher or Lower stall at the Town Show at the weekend. Saturday was a huge success with absolutely loads of you attending and the beautiful sunshine helped make it a great day, sadly Sunday was less so, as the weather...

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Public Meeting on Knollys Nursery

WARA held a public meeting on 15th June 2015 at Town Mead Leisure complex to find out local residents reaction to new proposals for the Knollys Nursery site at Pick Hill Waltham Abbey. The meeting was well attended with over 120 residents who came to voice their...

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