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Newhall Be, Harlow, Alison Brooks Architects © Paul Riddle 


Harlow and Gilston Garden Town will bring up to 10,000 new homes and new employment opportunities to the London Stanstead Cambridge Corridor within a setting that makes the most of the natural environment. The new garden town will spur growth not only in the immediate area but also more widely in Essex and Hertfordshire.

As well as homes and jobs, there will be new schools, health facilities and green spaces, all within easy walking, cycling and commuting distance. Harlow Council, East Hertfordshire District Council and Epping Forest District Council are working together to develop the new garden town.

St Paul's & St Mary's Church, Harlow © Discover Harlow

To achieve their aspirations and those of existing communities for the highest quality development, they have established a Quality Review Panel which brings together experts in all those areas essential to create a thriving and sustainable place where people will want to live, work and settle.


The Harlow and Gilston Quality Review Panel is chaired by Peter Maxwell, Director of Design, London Legacy Development Corporation.


Panel site visit © Ione Braddick 

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View of Parndon Mill © Dr Andrew Lewis

Harlow and Gilston panel members

Peter Maxwell (chair)


Hanna Afolabi

Phil Askew

Laura Baron

Kamlesh Bava

Andrew Beharrell

Valerie Beirne

Jas Bhalla

Janinder Bhatti

Georgina Bignold

Jayne Bird

Gary Colligan

Angela Crowther

Neil Davidson

Giulio Ferrini

Derek Griffiths

Kirsten Henson

Roland Karthaus

Dr Jan Kattein

Richard Lewis MRTPI MTPS

Prachi Rampuria

Vivienne Ramsey

Chris Snow

Peter Studdert

Judith Sykes

Richard Wilson


Terms of reference

Annual report

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Illustrative design of Gilston Park Estate © Places for People


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