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Title News Synopsis Release Date
Scheme for two homes rejected on appeal

Hopes of building two new homes on land in Great Holland have been dashed by a Government Inspector.

07/12/2016
Preparing for major maritime incident on the Stour

A host of groups and organisations came together to test plans to deal with a major maritime incident in the River Stour.

07/12/2016
Time to sign up for brain teaser

Teams are starting to get their names down for an annual quiz to be held at Clacton’s Princes Theatre.

07/12/2016
Inspector decides mobile homes can be main residence

A Government Inspector has given the go ahead for a mobile home site in Great Bentley to be lived in as a main residence.

07/12/2016
Ready for the big energy switch in Tendring?

Residents and businesses in Tendring could save more than £300 a year on their energy bills if they take part in an Essex wide switching scheme which launches today.

 

06/12/2016
Plans for 70 new homes in Mistley get the green light

Plans for up to 70 new homes to be built on undeveloped land in Mistley have received the green light.

06/12/2016
Specialists brought into to carry out full survey of Walton on the Naze lifestyles site

A specialist firm has been brought in to carry out a full survey of the water system at Walton on the Naze Lifestyles following a discovery of the Legionella bacteria.

06/12/2016
Scheme to turn leisure club site into homes put on ice

A scheme to demolish a village leisure club and replace it with seven new homes has been put on ice.

06/12/2016
Children enjoy assembly with visit from panto cast

There was plenty of cheering and booing in school assembly at Burrsville Infant Academy yesterday when members of the panto cast from Clacton’s Princes Theatre popped in for a visit.

06/12/2016
Agricultural site looks set to be developed

An agricultural site in Weeley Heath looks set to be developed for six new homes.

05/12/2016
Staff recognised at Tendring Stars event

The outstanding efforts of staff at Tendring District Council (TDC) over the past 12 months have been recognised at an awards ceremony.

05/12/2016
Two seafront developments in Jaywick Sands lead the way for regeneration

Two residential developments on Jaywick Sands seafront will lead the way to attracting the private investment needed for the regeneration of the area.

05/12/2016
Developer’s appeal over refusal for three schemes for more than 200 homes in Clacton

A joint planning appeal will be staged later this month over the rejection of three schemes which would each provide more than 200 homes in Clacton.

05/12/2016
Decision taken to close Walton site as precautionary measure

A decision has been taken this afternoon to close Walton on the Naze Lifestyles as a precautionary measure.

02/12/2016
Bungalow scheme agreed for private road

Up to eight new bungalows look set to be built in an unmade private road in Weeley.

02/12/2016
Work being carried out following positive test for legionella at Walton site

Urgent work is being carried out to locate and eliminate the source of Legionella bacteria discovered at Walton on the Naze Lifestyles.

01/12/2016
Calls made for speed cameras and no overtaking restrictions on A133

Calls have been made for speed cameras and no overtaking restrictions to be introduced on the A133 Weeley to Clacton bypass.

01/12/2016
Developer’s scheme on outskirts of Clacton gets' green light

A developer’s plans for a mixed use scheme involving 200 homes, foodstore, hotel and pub, retail and business units with public open space on the outskirts of Clacton has been given the green light.

01/12/2016
Major housing development on edge of village approved

A major housing development of up to 98 homes on the edge of Thorpe has been approved.

01/12/2016
Work continues on proposed new ward boundaries in Tendring

Work is continuing to come up with proposals for new ward boundaries across Tendring which will see the number of Councillors reduced from 60 to 48.

01/12/2016

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