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Title News Synopsis Release Date
Village blighted by fly-tipping

A small village was blighted by two serious incidents of fly-tipping – one of which contained a significant amount of asbestos.

19/04/2017
Fine pine must remain

A large pine tree outside a property in Walton must remain, a Government Inspector has decreed.

19/04/2017
Arable field site turned down for three homes

A farmer has had his hopes to build three new homes on part of an arable field thwarted.

19/04/2017
Farmer gets the go ahead to build his den

A farmer in Little Clacton has been given the go ahead to build a new crop and storage building on his land in Little Clacton.

18/04/2017
Travellers leave Bath House Meadow before court action bites

A group of Travellers who set up on Walton’s Bath House Meadow before Easter have left the seafront site before court action was required.

18/04/2017
Large new barn approved

A scheme to build a large new barn on a farm in Great Bentley has been given the green light.

18/04/2017
Funded training available to businesses in Tendring

Businesses in Tendring have the opportunity to sign up for funded training to help improve the skills of their staff.

18/04/2017
From travel to toes at Triangle

Plans for a change of use from a travel agent to a podiatry and chiropody clinic in Frinton have been given the all-clear.

18/04/2017
Oh I do love to be beside the seaside!

Two exciting sea and beach based events are being lined-up to pull in the crowds to Tendring this summer.

18/04/2017
Final details of development agreed

The final details of a scheme to develop four new houses on land at a farm in Bradfield have been given the all-clear.

13/04/2017
Further travellers turn up at leisure site

A further group of Travellers have turned up at Walton’s Bath House Meadow bringing the total number of caravans to 16.

13/04/2017
Action underway to remove Travellers from leisure site

Action is being taken today to remove a group of Travellers from a leisure site at Walton’s Bath House Meadow.

13/04/2017
Restaurant extension and new flats on menu for Frinton

A restaurant extension and four new two-bedroom flats look set to be on the menu for a site in Frinton’s Conservation Area.

13/04/2017
New wedding venue gets blessing

A new wedding venue in Little Clacton has been given the blessing of Tendring District Council (TDC).

13/04/2017
Frinton Greensward to host theatre productions

Two free theatre productions are taking centre stage on Frinton Greensward once again this summer.

12/04/2017
Revised plans get the all-clear

Changes to plans for five homes to be built on land off Old Road, Clacton, have been agreed.

12/04/2017
Outbuilding to make way for store and workshop

The owner of a house in Ramsey has been given the green light to demolish a derelict agricultural outbuilding and replace it with a new store and workshop.

12/04/2017
Paddock land rejected for development

Hopes of building four new homes on paddock land in Chisbon Heath have been dashed.

12/04/2017
Frontline staff get training on domestic violence

Frontline staff at Tendring District Council (TDC) have received valuable training on how to spot and report domestic violence.

12/04/2017
Robin Hood makes everyone merry at Princes Theatre

Clacton’s Princes Theatre was transformed into Sherwood Forest for two days as it staged its second Easter pantomime.

11/04/2017

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