HPPG has written to the Council to lodge our objections to the planning application by Atlantis Highams Ltd for the redevelopment of 480 to 510 Larkshall Road (“James Yard”) which proposes five and six story blocks of flats next to Highams Park Station. We believe the proposed density of development for the site is too

As you may be aware the Council has two consultations running regarding its proposed new Local Plan. The Plan includes  Highams Park Station, and garages at the end of people’s back gardens, as Site Opportunity Locations for housing. If adopted, we believe the Local Plan will be severely detrimental to the look and feel of Highams Park

HPPG  has responded to the Council’s consultation on the proposed new Local Plan. In our response we have expressed our concerns that what the Council is proposing will, over time, completely change the character of Highams Park town centre and the streets radiating out from the town centre through intensification of development. In order to

If you would like a forest school in Highams Park  please complete our survey by clicking on the link below. By way of background, during our consultations for the Highams Park Plan many people said that there are not enough activities for young people in the area. One of the suggestions was running nature study

HPPG has written to the Council to lodge our objections to the planning application by Atlantis Highams Ltd for the redevelopment of 480 to 510 Larkshall Road (“James Yard”).  We believe the proposed density of development for the site is too high, as it will necessitate multi-story development in the heart of Highams Park Town

HPPG Response to the Councils LP2 Site Allocations Consultation On 24th September the Council began its consultation “Shaping the Borough Waltham Forest Local Plan LP2 Draft Site Allocations Document”. The consultation lists the sites across the Borough as possible sites for development and suggests what type of development may take place on these sites (including

HPPG has responded to the Council’s Site Allocations Consultation

Support designation of local Green Space next to Larks Wood

Planning Application for James Yard

Waltham Forest Council Approves the HP Plan on 21st May We are pleased to advise that at the Council Meeting on the evening of 21st May, 2020 Waltham Forest Council voted unanimously to adopt the Highams Park Neighbourhood Plan (the HP Plan). The HP Plan will now be an integral part of Council planning policy

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