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Etymology[ edit ] There is some dispute as to where the placename Harlow derives from. One theory is that it derives from the Anglo-Saxon words 'here' and 'hlaw', meaning "army hill", probably to be identified with Mulberry Hill, which was used as the moot or meeting place for the district.
Early history[ edit ] The earliest deposits are of a Mesolithic circa 10, BC hunting camp excavated by Davey in Northbrooks in the s Unpublished closely followed by the large and unexcavated deposits of Neolithic flint beside Gilden Way.
These deposits are mostly known because of the large numbers of surface-bound, worked flint. Substantial amounts of worked flint suggest an organised working of flint in the area. Large amounts of debitage litter the area and tools found include axeheads, hammers, blades, dowels and other boring tools and multipurpose flints such as scrapers.
An organised field walk in the late s by Bartlett Unpublished indicates that most of the area, some 80 hectares, produced worked flint from the Neolithic to the Bronze Age with a smattering of Mesolithic. This indicates organised industry existed from BC to BC.
The deposits are so large and dispersed that any major archaeological work in the area will have to take this into consideration before any ground work is started. Harlow was in Roman times the site of a small town around Harlow Mill railway station with a substantial stone built temple.
Mill, 7 beehives, 8 cobs, 43 cattle, 3 foals. The mill is now a year-old listed building and restaurant. Its former Chapel is in a ruinous Harlow college jobs in a field which was once the Harlowbury Abbey part of Old Harlow, is Grade I listed and is a scheduled ancient monument.
A number of landscape wedges - which later became known as Green Wedges - were designed to cut through the town and separate the neighbourhoods of the town. Each of the town's neighbourhoods is self-supporting with its own shopping precincts, community facilities and pubs. Cadbury-Brown and William Crabtree.
Harlow has one of the most extensive cycle track networks in the country, connecting all areas of the town to the town centre and industrial areas.
The cycle network is composed mostly of the original old town roads. The town's authorities built Britain's first pedestrian precinct,  and first modern-style residential tower blockThe Lawn,   constructed in ; it is now a Grade II listed building.
Gibberd's tromp-l'oeil terrace in Orchard Croft and Dawbarn's maisonette blocks at Pennymead are also notable, as is Michael Neylan's pioneering development at Bishopsfield. The first neighbourhood, Mark Hall, is a conservation area. Subsequently, many of the original town buildings, including most of its health centres, the Staple Tye shopping centre and many industrial units have been rebuilt.
Gibberd's original town hall, a landmark in the town, has been demolished and replaced by a new civic centre and The Water Gardens shopping area. Redevelopment[ edit ] The Newhall housing development built circa between Old Harlow and Church Langley Since becoming a new town, Harlow has undergone several stages of expansion, the first of which was the "mini expansion" that was created by the building of the Sumners and Katherines estates in the mid-to-late seventies to the west of the existing town.
Since then Harlow has further expanded with the Church Langley estate completed inand its newest neighbourhood Newhall has completed the first stage of its development, with the second stage underway in The Harlow Gateway Scheme is currently underway, with the relocation of the Harlow Football Stadium to Barrow's Farm in earlyand the building of a new hotel, apartments, and a restaurant adjacent to the railway station being complete.
The next stage of this scheme involves the completion of the eco-homes being built on the former sports centre site, and the centre's relocation to the nearby former college playing field site. Other major developments under consideration include both a northern and southern bypass of the town, and significant expansion to the north, following the completed expansion to the east.
The Harlow North  plans, currently awaiting permission, involve an extension of the town across the floodplains on the town's northern border, into neighbouring Hertfordshire. The opposition is coordinated by a local group based in neighbouring East Hertfordshire.
The south of the town centre also underwent major regeneration, with the new Civic Centre being built and the town's famous Water Gardens being redeveloped, a landscape listed by English Heritage.
The Iranian-born entrepreneur, who presented his case in person, persuaded Mr Justice Richards to quash Harlow DC's grant of planning permission for the development.
In his judgment he backed Mr Ghadami's claim of 'apparent bias or predetermination' in the decision, as a result of the continued participation of Michael Garnett, the chairman of the planning committee, in the planning process after he had attempted in telephone calls to persuade Mr Ghadami to consent to the scheme.
One of the original design features of Gibberd's masterplan is the Green Wedges in the town, designed to provide open space for wildlife and recreation and to separate neighbourhoods. The Green Wedges are protected from inappropriate development, through the Local Plan.
The multi-functional park has been used for recreation and enjoyment for over 50 years. This park is in the centre Netteswell ward and is between the town centre and the railway station, both of which are within walking distance of the park, which is a natural thoroughfare from the station to the town centre.
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