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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.

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 tattoo parlour for Jaywick Sands

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

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.

Small village development gets green light

A small development of a pair of semi-detached houses and a bungalow on land in Little Clacton has been given the green light.

Former registry office to become home

A former registry office in Clacton town centre is set to be turned into a new home.

Coming home to Clacton for Christmas

It’s almost like coming home for Christmas for actor Ian Summers as he takes his place in the cast of Clacton’s Princes Theatre pantomime this winter.

Final go ahead for four homes on agricultural land

Final details of a scheme to build four new detached homes on agricultural land in Ardleigh have been given the all-clear.

Top turnout for wedding fair at Princes Theatre

Around 300 people turned out for a free wedding fair at Clacton’s Princes Theatre on Sunday.

Second scheme on site rejected

A revised scheme to build a new three-storey home in Point Clear Bay has been rejected.

Tide is turning for Tendring’s tourism industry

A gentle wave of optimism is breaking over Tendring’s tourism industry.

Action underway to tackle parking issues around schools in Tendring

Action is now well underway to tackle parking issues outside schools and colleges in Tendring – with unannounced patrols set to continue.

Hundreds take a plush new seat for wrestling

Hundreds of grappling fans took a plush new seat to enjoy a night of LDN Wrestling at Clacton’s Princes Theatre.

New memorial tree for Mistley

It’s a case of third time lucky for a new Elm tree which has been planted at Mistley War Memorial.

Jobs and Careers Fair comes up with the goods

At least two dozen jobseekers have already found employment as the direct result of the Tendring Jobs and Careers Fair held earlier this month.

Pressure mounting due to lack of progress on housing developments

Pressure is mounting on Tendring District Council (TDC) to approve more housing schemes due to a lack of progress on the delivery of new homes across the area.

Residents to be consulted over the possible closure of two sheltered housing schemes

Residents of two sheltered housing schemes in Lawford and Walton are to be formally consulted over the possible closure of the sites.