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Title News Synopsis Release Date
Action being taken against travellers in Holland-on-Sea

Action is being taken to remove Travellers from a piece of open land in Holland-on-Sea.

04/04/2017
Small development gets the go ahead

A small development in St Osyth has been given the go ahead by Tendring District Council’s (TDC) Planning Committee.

04/04/2017
Bungalow in garden rejected by inspector

Plans to build a new bungalow in the former garden of a house in Weeley have been rejected by a Government Inspector.

04/04/2017
Travellers leave site in Holland-on-Sea

A group of Travellers have moved on from a piece of open land in Holland-on-Sea, less than 24 hours after being served with a Direction to Leave.

04/04/2017
Third award for Beat the Street Tendring

The success of the Beat the Street Tendring has once again been recognised with a third prestigious award.

03/04/2017
Plans to convert church hall into home withdrawn

Controversial plans to convert a church hall in Mistley into a new home have been withdrawn.

03/04/2017
Event set to score with offshore renewables sector

Businesses involved with the offshore renewable energy sector are being given the chance to find out more about special grants available to support their growth.

03/04/2017
Quayside loos in for an upgrade

Public toilets at Harwich quayside are in for a much-needed upgrade.

03/04/2017
New promitional film launched by tourism group

A new promotional film has been launched to showcase the very best of Harwich and Dovercourt.

03/04/2017
Opposition to 30 home scheme in rural location

Plans to build 30 new homes in an exposed rural location in Great Oakley are being opposed.

03/04/2017
TDC’s dog warden leads the way!

Tendring Dog Warden Allen East retired today just weeks before his 70th birthday -and he certainly went out in style.

31/03/2017
Inspector rejects scheme for four new homes

A Government Inspector has rejected a scheme to demolish two cottages and replace them with four new ones in Ramsey.

31/03/2017
Specialist jobs fair hailed a success

A specialist jobs fair in Clacton aimed at attracting more people into the care sector has been hailed a success - with the best attendance so far around the county.

31/03/2017
Enough is enough say residents from Great Bentley

Enough is enough is the clear message to developers from residents in Great Bentley.

30/03/2017
Promise of land for surgery fails to win over committee

The promise of a gift of land for a new doctor’s surgery or health facility in Great Bentley failed to win the go ahead for a new 25 home development.

30/03/2017
Village site not suitable for weddings and functions

Hopes of staging up to 14 weddings a year at a large house in a rural village have been dashed.

30/03/2017
CHEERS! Signs for pub chain approved

A national pub and hotel chain has been given the all-clear for its signage and branding on its new premises in Dovercourt.

29/03/2017
Ten residents on the way to becoming swimming teachers

Ten residents in Tendring are on the crest of a wave after taking their first steps to becoming swimming teachers.

29/03/2017
Paddock area to be developed for two homes

A piece of paddock land in St Osyth is to be developed for two new three–bedroom properties.

29/03/2017
New agricultural building gets the thumbs up

A farmer has been given the thumbs up to build a new grain store on his land in Bradfield.

29/03/2017

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