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Title News Synopsis Release Date
Village site refused for development

Plans to build two new detached homes on a village site have been refused by Tendring District Council (TDC).

07/02/2017
Green gap land gets green light for development

A piece of the green gap between Ramsey and Dovercourt looks set to be developed for three new detached homes.

07/02/2017
Target date set to reopen Walton leisure site

Work is virtually complete on modifications at Walton on the Naze Lifestyles and a target date of February 24 has been set to reopen.

07/02/2017
Football club scores with plans to upgrade facilities

A village football club’s ambitions to secure promotion to a higher league have received important support to help them make the grade.

07/02/2017
Hopes of new village home dashed

Hopes of demolishing a barrack room building and replacing it with a bungalow and cartlodge have been dashed.

07/02/2017
Revised scheme for homes rejected

A revised scheme to build four new homes in part of a garden in Bradfield has been turned down.

07/02/2017
The Pride of Tendring 2017 is celebrated in style

It was a night to remember for many unsung heroes and heroines from across Tendring as they were honoured with prestigious Pride of Tendring Awards for 2017.

06/02/2017
Vacant site to be developed for new business

A vacant site in Ardleigh looks set to be developed for a new business.

06/02/2017
Third seafront development for Jaywick Sands

A third residential development for the seafront at Jaywick Sands has been given the go ahead.

06/02/2017
Groups share cash windfall to buy equipment

Two groups in the Harwich area are to share a cash windfall of almost £6,000 to buy much-needed new equipment.

03/02/2017
Community facilities benefit from Big Society Cash

Two vital community facilities in Clacton are receiving Big Society cash to help complete projects on their premises.

03/02/2017
Clacton Pier puts its evacuation plans to the test

Residents should not be alarmed if they see Clacton Pier being evacuated by staff and visitors on Monday evening (February 6).

03/02/2017
Chance to train to become a swimming teacher

Residents in Tendring are being offered the chance to train as a fully qualified swimming teacher at a fraction of the normal price.

02/02/2017
Inspector gives go ahead for new home

A Government Inspector has given the go ahead for a new four-bedroom home to be built in Frinton.

02/02/2017
Café on the menu for office site

A café is to be provided at an office site in Clacton.

02/02/2017
New home refused on former nursery site

Plans to build an extra home on part of a former agricultural nursery site in Great Holland’s conservation area have been rejected.

02/02/2017
Pig farm set to be redeveloped for new homes

A pig farm in Weeley Heath looks set to make way for 46 new homes.

01/02/2017
Voters heading for the polls for Oakleys seat next week

Voters will be heading for the polls next Thursday to elect a Councillor for the vacant seat for the Great and Little Oakley ward on Tendring District Council (TDC).

01/02/2017
Village housing scheme gets green light

A scheme to build 14 new homes on a green field site in Weeley has been given the all-clear.

01/02/2017
Farm plans get the go ahead

A scheme to build a new home and agricultural buildings on a farm in Great Bromley have been given the go ahead.

01/02/2017

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