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Agricultural building to become new home

An agricultural building on a farm in St Osyth is set to be converted into a new home.

Development of almost 50 homes in village granted on appeal

A development of up to 49 homes in Thorpe has been given the all-clear by a Government Inspector.

Improvements to new community centre given go ahead

Improvements to a vacant building in Harwich which is to be used as a new community centre have been given the go ahead.

Merlin hopes to cast a spell at Princes Theatre

Merlin will be hoping to cast a spell over the audience when he appears at Clacton’s Princes Theatre pantomime next month.

Support from residents for cliff stabilisation project

Residents have given their backing to a £5 million scheme to stabilise cliffs along the Clacton and Holland-on-Sea coastline.

Landscaping scheme must be carried out

A landscaping scheme must be carried out at a Frinton Church rather than create extra parking at the site.

Work begins on repairs to Clacton's historic Venetian Bridge

Contractors start the first main phase of work to repair Clacton’s 103-year-old Venetian Bridge next week.

Tendring honours its top sporting personalities of 2017

Archer Jonathan Tate has hit the bullseye by being named Tendring’s Junior Male Sports Personality of the Year for 2017.

TDC Chairman invites residents to join him at Remembrance Day Service in Clacton

Tendring District Council (TDC) Chairman Mark Platt is inviting residents to join him at next week’s Remembrance Day Service and Parade in Clacton.

No to new holiday village on former car breakers yard

The brakes have been put on plans to create a new holiday village on the site of a former car breakers yard in St Osyth.

Village scheme put on ice

A village development of seven houses and three bungalows has been put on ice.

Beauty spa in countryside gets the green light

A large house in the Tendring countryside is to be turned into a beauty treatment spa and daytime function venue.

Development next to memorial field rejected

A development of eight new apartments on a site in a village’s conservation area has been rejected.

Residents turn out to see latest plans for cliff stabilisation project

Residents have been keen to get their first look at the latest plans for a major new £5 million scheme to stabilise cliffs along the Clacton and Holland-on-Sea coastline.

New hotel development for Dovercourt seafront

A major new 61-bed hotel development has been given the go ahead on Dovercourt seafront.

Extension for business in town Conservation Area

A business in Harwich’s Conservation Area is to be allowed to put up a single storey extension at the back of the property.

Landlords in Tendring offered chance to set up own forum

Landlords across Tendring have been offered the chance to set up their own forum to help protect their interests.

Improvements to facilities at Memorial Club

Frinton War Memorial Club has been given the all-clear to improve its facilities for its members.

Inspector decides against new home in countryside

A Government inspector has rejected plans to build a new home in the Ardleigh countryside.

New tatoo parlour for Jaywick Sands

A new tattoo and piercing parlour is to be set up in Jaywick Sands.