The Council's Assets

Asset Management is the name we give to the way we manage the Council's land and property. The Council has two main types of land and property:

1.Housing Revenue Account (housing)
2.General Fund (other assets)

Assets related to our council housing are called Social Housing assets. This includes all of the Council's housing a list of which can be viewed on this document. They are managed separately by the Housing Team within our Operational Services Department.

Land and buildings owned by the Council for other reasons are called General Fund Assets. They are managed by the Council's other departments.

Land and property owned by Tendring District Council

Here is a list of the General Fund land and property owned by Tendring District Council, together with some details of the size and what it is used for.

Further information

Council land available for rent/sale

Find out who owns a piece of land

Property or neighbour disputes

Community asset rent off-setting scheme

Filming / photo shoots on council owned land

How the council manages its land

Suggestions or complaints about council owned land

Last updated on: 16/05/2017 - 09:28