Harlow Council services resume as lockdown restrictions ease


As the country moves to the next step in the easing of lockdown restrictions the following local services have resumed as part of step 2 of  Harlow Council’s roadmap:

  • Supported housing doorstep visits
  • Housing internal works programme
  • Houses in multiple occupation inspections and food hygiene inspections
  • HTS Pest Control – discretionary services
  • HTS drainage services
  • Harlow Playhouse reopens to private group activities, the box office has reopened and the café is providing takeaway drinks only
  • Pets’ Corner has reopened for bookings which can be made at https://www.harlow.gov.uk/parks-and-culture/pets-corner
  • School readiness sessions can also resume from this date

COVID-secure measures to protect the public and staff will remain in place in all council facilities. The council would like to thank all the staff involved in these services for their work in getting everything ready and for preparing the town and businesses for the reopening of services as part of step 2 of the national roadmap.

Harlow Council continues to provide a large majority of its services with a number of facilities reopening as part of step 1 and step 2 of the national roadmap with more services expected to open from 17 May 2021.

Please remember that government guidance regarding social distancing, the wearing of face masks and washing hands still applies as services are reintroduced. Let’s all keep doing our bit, following the rules and working together for Harlow’s recovery.

More information on what you can and cannot do under the new restrictions is at www.gov.uk/coronavirus

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