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Homeowner loses appeal over second enforcement notice

A homeowner in Mistley has been given six months to make changes at his property due to the unauthorised use of a building as a self-contained dwelling.

Fly-tipping dumped in parish cemetery

Household waste, tree-cuttings, a child’s bike and empty beer bottles have all been dumped in a village cemetery close to headstones.

Clock running down to deadline for Tendring Blue Ribbon Awards

Time is fast running out to put forward nominations for the prestigious Tendring Blue Ribbon Business Awards 2017.

Travellers pitch up at country park

A group of Travellers pitched up at a country park on the outskirts of Clacton overnight.

Red light for large garage block

A Government inspector has called a halt to plans to build a triple garage block at a property in Harwich.

Inspector rejects entrance walls and gates in rural setting

Plans to put up two entrance walls and gates at a property in Great Bromley have been thrown out by a Government inspector.

Increase in pitches for travellers site

Plans to increase the number of pitches on a Travellers site from two to four have been given the green light.

Community effort to improve seafront site

A seafront site in Dovercourt has benefited from a community makeover.

Shipping containers for farmyard site

Plans to site 12 shipping containers on a farmyard in St Osyth for self-storage have been given the all-clear.

Developer swaps houses for bungalows

The developer of a former residential home park has decided to scale down properties on part of the site.

Bungalow scheme rejected

A scheme to build a new three-bedroom detached bungalow in part of the garden of another property in Little Clacton has been thrown out.

Health centre’s temporary accommodation gets further reprieve

An improved temporary structure is to be put up at the site of Manningtree’s Riverside Health Centre.

Residents show support for nation’s Armed Forces

Councillors, residents and veterans stood side by side outside Clacton Town Hall today to demonstrate Tendring’s on-going support for the nation’s Armed Forces.

Public toilets in Tendring to be improved by reducing stock

A number of public toilets across Tendring are to be refurbished by reducing the overall number that will be kept open.

Extra income will be carried forward to meet increased financial pressures

Increased income from planning, parking and business rates has helped boost Tendring District Council’s (TDC) current financial position.

Sun beats down on successful beside the seaside event in Clacton

The sun beat down all day as tens of thousands flocked to the beach at Clacton and enjoyed the Beside the Seaside event.

TDC makes checks following fire at Council property

A property in Dovercourt is set to be boarded up and made secure following a fire last night.

Tendring prepares for crackdown on fly-tipping

New moves are to be introduced in a bid to crackdown on fly-tipping across Tendring.

FC Clacton score with new lease

FC Clacton has scored with a new 25 year lease for its Rush Green Bowl ground.

Flags at half mast at TDC buildings

Flags at Tendring District Council (TDC) buildings are being flown at half mast today as a mark of respect to the victims of the fire at Grenfell Tower in London