A BID which could see Harlow's bus station transformed is set to go before a council planning committee. 

Redevelopment of the Harlow Bus Station would see a transport hub and interchange created with additional amenities for passengers and staff, a cycle hub and 16 bus stands.

The plans include a new bus exit via Terminus Street onto Crown Gate, with access through the ramp on Terminus House removed. 

The new entry area for Terminus House will consist of a lift and additional work to the existing bin store.

The report for the bus station states: "The scheme's objective is to create a new sustainable transport hub and interchange to support the sustainable transport corridor and Harlow town centre regeneration.

"The development would support public transport services, including the proposed sustainable transport corridor routes.

"The redevelopment of the bus station includes a new transport hub, which will provide a safe and attractive space for passengers using the interchange when waiting for buses.

"A flexible event space and associated landscaping would provide both
public and shared space to help forge a new character for the area.

"A southern edge of the canopy will consist of cycle storage for up to 80 bicycles."

To view the full application visit on bit.ly/3W4HB58.