Members of the public are being given the chance to ask questions about proposals for a new junction on the M11 at special public information events.
Essex County Council is proposing to create a new junction, known as 7a, in order to improve congestion and access to Harlow. It is currently asking residents for their views on the plan.
The public consultation was launched this month, with information events planned throughout June to allow inquisitive residents a chance to direct questions to experts on the subject.
The events are scheduled for:
- Friday, 3 June – St John’s Art and Recreation Centre – 2pm-8pm
- Wednesday, 8 June – Sheering Village Hall – 2pm-8pm
- Thursday, 16 June – Harlow Central Library – 1pm-6pm
- Friday, 17 June – Church of the Assumption, Old Harlow – 2pm-8pm
Andrew Cook, Director for Transport and Infrastructure, said:
“This plan has been in development for many years and aims to provide Harlow with a vital road link to help promote regeneration across the area.
“I would urge residents to make use of these events and take the opportunity to ask any questions they may have about the plans.”
More information can be found on our website at www.essex.gov.uk/junction7a.
If you are unable to get to one of the events, you can still share your views on the plans by visiting www.essex.gov.uk/junction7a and filling out the simple online response form.
Alternatively you can send your response via email to M11j7a@essex.gov.uk or post it to Jacobs Ltd, PO Box 73575, LONDON, SE1P 5YH.
The consultation on the plan will run until Wednesday, 6 July.