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Residents Association (LRA) is an independent group of people who want
make Loughton an even better place to live and work. LRA represents a
wide range of ideas and concerns. We seek out the views of people in
the community and ensure that their voices are heard. LRA makes great
efforts to provide a public arena for the residents who care about
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|LRA attacks Local Plan
LRA has sent twelve representations to the District Council, setting out what it sees as the serious mistakes in the Local Plan, including calling for Jessel Green to be dropped from the development list. Loughton Town Council have also sent in representations.
The next stage will be a hearing in front of a Government Inspector, probably in Autumn 2018. More
Please help by signing SaveJesselGreen’s petition now.
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|Annual Town Meeting
Wednesday March 14th
Murray Hall, Borders Lane from 7.30pm
Hear what your Town Council has achieved and its plans for the future. Raise your concerns during the public question time. Local organisation's displays. Voluntary sector speakers. Chat to your Town Councillor over a cup of tea.
LRA AGM and talk: Policing Loughton!
Monday March 19th
Loughton Cricket Clubhouse
(entrance in The Uplands, off Church Hill; some parking available).
Come along to hear from our District Commander, Chief Inspector Lewis Basford (Essex Police), and ask your questions. The talk will be followed by refreshments and our brief AGM. All are welcome.
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|LRA’s Christmas Farmers Market
Our regular High Road markets are on the second Sunday of each month. You can browse the stalls, including our second-hand-book stall, and to talk to our volunteers. More
The proposals for a large retirement complex at 13-15A Alderton Hill was withdrawn from January’s District Council planning meeting, and we await further details. At the meeting, District Cllrs reluctantly approved a proposal for flats at 2 Connaught Avenue, but added extra conditions to protect neighbour amenity and the character of the building (had they turned it down, it would have inevitably been approved on appeal).
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