Right time, right place

By Eugenie Harvey | 21 November 2018

Eugenie Harvey describes how Harlow DC has developed a compelling place story to support the town’s growth opportunities

Harlow was built to house those from London affected by the Second World War. Designated as a New Town in 1947, it brought hope, aspiration and opportunity for its new residents, relocated from bombed communities in London.

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