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Title News Synopsis Release Date
Development rejected on highway safety grounds

A small development of four homes in Thorpe has been turned down due to highway safety concerns.

17/11/2017
Leader claims developers are making a mockery of planning system and delaying the delivery of new homes

Tendring District Council (TDC) Leader Neil Stock claims that developers are able to make a mockery of the planning system delaying efforts to provide new homes in the area.

17/11/2017
Green light for housing on part of nursery site

Plans for three new homes to be built on part of a nursery site outside Thorpe’s settlement development boundary have been give the green light.

17/11/2017
Inspector dismisses appeal for home at equestrain business

A scheme to build a new home in the countryside to be used in connection with an equestrian business has been turned down by a Government Inspector.

16/11/2017
Go ahead for homes on grazing land

The go ahead has been given for three new homes to be built on an area of paddock and grazing land in Ramsey.

16/11/2017
Children to be treated to Princes Theatre panto

More than 100 children will be treated to this year’s Princes Theatre panto thanks to the generosity of audiences throughout the year.

16/11/2017
Stark warning over living in caravans backed by Council

The National Caravan Council (NCC) has issued a stark warning to potential buyers of caravan holiday homes. 

16/11/2017
Investment in seafront hotel welcomed

A £100,000 investment creating up to 14 new jobs at a Clacton seafront hotel has been welcomed.

16/11/2017
Inspector gives green light to retirement bungalows

A development of five detached retirement bungalows on land at Kirby-le-Soken has been given the green light on appeal.

15/11/2017
Plans for care home extensions agreed

Plans to extend an existing care home in Little Clacton have been given the thumbs up.

15/11/2017
Revised scheme for new homes gets the nod

Amended plans to build two houses and a bungalow on land in Great Bromley have been given the green light.

15/11/2017
Two homes for site of former delivery office

A pair of semi-detached homes looks set to be built on the site of a former delivery office in Elmstead Market.

15/11/2017
Three new homes on arable field approved

Plans to build three new bungalows on part of an arable field in Great Holland have been given the go ahead at the second attempt.

15/11/2017
Former gang member holds pupils spellbound

Former London gang member Gavin McKenna gave pupils from across Tendring the value of his experiences which almost cost him his life.

14/11/2017
Funding to help reduce energy bills

New grant funding is up for grabs to help residents in Tendring reduce their energy bills.

14/11/2017
Help shape the future of housing and employment sites in Tendring

Residents across Tendring are being urged to take part and help shape plans which set out future housing and employment sites in the District.

14/11/2017
Formal consultation begins on sheltered housing schemes

Formal consultation is to get underway with residents of two sheltered housing schemes in Lawford and Walton over the possible closure of the sites.

13/11/2017
Fundraising events lined-up for Children in Need

A whole host of fundraising events have been lined-up at sports and leisure centres across Tendring to support BBC’s Children in Need.

13/11/2017
Tendring online lottery could be a winner

A move to set up an online lottery in Tendring to benefit good causes has taken a step forward.

13/11/2017
Tendring’s local Council Tax support scheme to remain unchanged

Working age claimants on low incomes in Tendring are set to continue to receive a maximum 80 per cent discount on their Council Tax bills.

13/11/2017

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