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Residents warned over Council Tax scam

Residents across Tendring have been warned about a potential new Council Tax scam which is doing the rounds.

Bungalow in Jaywick Sands to be demolished and replaced

A scheme to knock down an empty dilapidated bungalow in Jaywick Sands and replace it with a three-bedroom chalet style property has been agreed.

Portable cabins can stay put

Two portable cabins used for changing rooms for footballers and officials at a playing field in Ramsey can remain in place.

Aerial scheme is tuned in

The owner of a property in Clacton has been given the all-clear to keep three amateur radio aerials on his home – and put up two more.

Don't close our minor injuries units!

A strong and clear message is being sent to health bosses over potential changes to minor injuries units in Tendring.

Development of up to 50 homes thrown out

A major development of up to 50 new homes in the Alresford countryside has been thrown out.

Deal struck over town swimming pool

A deal has been struck to keep a town’s outdoor swimming pool open for at least another summer.

Peer review on Garden Communities welcomed by TDC Cabinet

A top level review on the North Essex Garden Communities project has been welcomed by Tendring District Council’s (TDC) Cabinet.

Council aims to retain best landlord tag

Vacated Council homes in Tendring will only be relet once they are checked to ensure they are up to a standard suitable for people to move in.

Parking income could soon finance residents' free parking scheme

A popular residents’ free parking scheme operated across Tendring could soon be paid for from car parking fees.

Beat the Street shortlisted for participation event of the year at BT Sport Industry Awards 2017

Beat the Street – an innovative walking and cycling initiative that got 10,000 people in Tendring moving last summer - has been recognised for its success at encouraging people to get active.

Appeal for help with Tendring's popular open spaces

An appeal is being made for volunteers to help keep some of Tendring’s popular open spaces and gardens looking their best.

Planners praised for efforts to deal with increase in applications

The efforts of Tendring District Council’s (TDC) planning team to deal with a significant influx of planning applications have been praised.

Private investment in Jaywick Sands welcomed

A significant private investment in Jaywick Sands has been warmly welcomed by Tendring District Council (TDC).

Jaywick Sands group goes from strength to strength

A group which was formed in Jaywick Sands just over a year ago is going from strength to strength.

New actor's centre to be launched in Clacton

A new centre to provide specialist training for aspiring performers is being launched in Clacton.

Residents invited to help mark Commonwealth Day

Residents in Tendring are being given the chance to help mark Commonwealth Day next month at a special flag raising ceremony.

Cottage plan in garden of home rejected

A scheme to build a new three-bedroom cottage in the garden of a home in Great Bromley has been rejected.

New home in green gap refused

Plans to build a new home in the local green gap have been refused by Tendring District Council (TDC).

Granny annexe mobile home gets the all-clear

A mobile home caravan sited in the grounds of a house in Little Bentley has been given the all-clear by Tendring District Council (TDC).