This page will let you know about Council consultations that are taking place in Tendring, how to get involved, find out what the responses were and what we've done about it. You'll find the key issues we're looking at in the district and take part if you wish.
Fear of Crime survey
Take the survey to tell us how safe you feel in the Tendring district: Fear of Crime survey 2017. The consultation closes on 31 December 2017.
Statement of Community Involvement
We are consulting on a new version of the Statement of Community Involvement between 13 November to 8 January.
Have your say about the proposed garden communities during the consultation period 13 November to 22 January.
Essex County Fire and Rescue Service
Essex County Fire and Rescue Service is about to embark on a five year change programme. They want to hear from people in Essex as part of their consultation. Read more about how to get involved in the Essex County Fire and Rescue Service consultation here.
We want Tendring residents and businesses to tell us where they need superfast broadband. The survey about superfast broadband, plays a vital part in capturing demand for superfast broadband and the information used to help inform future planning where possible.
Sport and Recreation
We know how important sport and recreation is for the District and its residents. If you have views on whether there are enough sports and recreation facilities across Tendring – are there too many, or is there something lacking, please contact Mike Carran on 01255 686688 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Parking services want to hear about your experiences of the Council's car parks, please fill out our online customer satisfaction survey.
If you are a Council tenant there are lots of opportunities for you to get involved. Visit the tenant involvement page for more information.
What You Have Told Us...
Contact Your Councillor
1. Do you have a local issue which you feel strongly about?
2. Do you need more things to do in your area?
3. Are you worried about crime or the environment where you live?
4. Do you feel that your voice isn’t being heard?
If the answer is yes to any of these questions, why not get in contact with the councillor that represents your part of the District? Find your Councillor.
Councillors are elected by the people of Tendring to represent your views and to do something about the issues in our local communities that affect us all.
If you feel strongly about an issue, don’t just sit there and wait for somebody else to do something about it, get together with your friends and contact your councillor to get things changed for the better.