There was a record turnout of Ambassadors at Harlow Football Club on 5 March 2020 for the seventh meeting of Harlow Ambassadors.
At the meeting Ambassadors heard from:
Aideen McCambridge from Anglia Ruskin University (ARU)and Chris White from Wrenbridge, who spoke about Arise Harlow, ARU’s new Business Centre located on Harlow Science Park. The 27 acre park provides Grade A development opportunities for office, research and development, mid tech and amenity businesses and is a joint venture between Harlow Council, Vinci Construction and Wrenbridge.
Paul Mumford from Places for People, one of the UK’s largest placemaking organisations. Paul spoke about Harlow andGilston Garden Town and in particular about the role of the Gilston Park Estate and its vision for it to be ’a beautiful and resilient place’.
Chair of the Harlow Place Board John Keddie said: “With the promise of a new hospital, a new motorway junction 7A on the M11, the £600million move of Public Health England to Harlow, Harlow and Gilston Garden Town and our new Enterprise Zone – and up to £25million from the government to regenerate the town – the future is looking bright for Harlow.”