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Equestrian facilities given all-clear at stud farm

A range of new equestrian facilities are to be created at a stud farm in Weeley Heath.

Two new homes for agricultural land

Two new detached homes look set to be built on agricultural land in Ardleigh.

Four home development thrown out

A scheme to build four new detached homes on land in Little Bromley has been thrown out.

Revised scheme for holiday lets approved

Revised plans to convert an outbuilding into two holiday lets in Frinton’s Conservation Area have been given the green light.

Call for voters in Tendring to register in time for May Elections

Voters in Tendring have less than two months to make sure they are registered to vote and be able to take part in the May elections.

Changes to partially built waterside development

The developers behind a major partially-built waterside development in Brightlingsea have been given the go ahead for changes to the rest of the site which looks set to be completed.

Be the reason elderly and vulnerable adults feel safe and cared for

Could you or someone you know be the reason others are able to feel safe and cared for?

Former care home set to become day nursery

An empty former care home in Dovercourt looks set to become a registered children’s day nursery.

Action taken to remove caravan at Walton site

Action is being taken to remove a caravan which is blocking a pathway on public land at Walton.

Walton Leisure site reopens

Walton on the Naze Lifestyles reopened today following a closure of more than two months due to the discovery of the Legionella bacteria.

Tendring escapes serious damage and disruption from storm Doris

Residents in Tendring escaped the worst of the damage and disruption caused by Storm Doris as it battered the coastline.

Bungalow plans rejected again

Hopes of building three new bungalows on the Clacton and Holland-on-Sea border have been dashed.

Structural survey to be carried out on leading lights

A structural survey is to be carried out on the Leading Lights at Dovercourt Bay as a first step towards returning them to their former glory.

Schoolchildren take centre stage

Children from Burrsville Infant Academy took centre stage today when they visited Clacton’s Princes Theatre to gain an insight into its workings.

Jaywick Sands beach to get a spring clean

One of Essex’s best beaches is to undergo a spring clean in preparation for the new season.

Tendring District Council responds to high winds affecting District

Tendring District Council (TDC) is dealing with several incidents caused by the high winds affecting the District this afternoon.

Advice to residents over severe weather warning

Residents across Tendring are being urged to prepare and take extra care following a severe weather warning being issued for the District.

Volunteers needed to help with tree planting

The search is on for green-fingered volunteers to help branch out with a tree planting scheme in Dovercourt next month.

BBC One daytime show the housing enforcers heads for Tendring

As Britain’s housing crisis deepens, and fewer people are able to buy their own homes, more and more are turning to the ever expanding rental market.

Major development on edge of Clacton rejected by inspector

A major development of more than 200 homes on the outskirts of Clacton has been thrown out by a Government Inspector.