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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.Owned and run as a co-op, it provided employment to the town for over 50 years, before closing in 2002.Contents, history edit, etymology edit There is some dispute as to where the placename Harlow derives from.Retrieved Gardens Guide Frederick Gibberd New town, a name change and all the jazz BBC News web site Memorial University Department of Geography Harlow's History and Geography English Heritage Images of England The Lawn BBC News Redeveloping Essex's fallen utopia Vision of Britain Archived.Internally there is a large lounge/diner leading to a modern fitted.Drinks, teas, coffees and snacks available.The Conservatives gained control in 2008, but lost it back to Labour at the 2012 election and as of the 2015 election the council was composed of the following councillors:- singles hagen nrw 20 Transport edit Rail edit Harlow is served by two railway stations, Harlow Town railway.Healthcare edit Harlow is served by the NHS Princess Alexandra Hospital, situated on the edge of The High, which is the main Town Centre area of Harlow.The property has the benefit of a fitted kitchen, lounge, two good size bedrooms and family bathroom.275,000 1 3 2, single neumarkt i.d. oberpfalz moorfield, Harlow, Essex CM18.And a downstairs W/C.(Only 20 steps from the car park to the club door.) The entrance to the Car Park is opposite the NHS Walk In Centre or you can follow the signs for Essex Smiles).
Brays Grove Community School and Specialist Arts College closed down in June 2008 due to decreasing pupil numbers over a number of years.
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.