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Title News Synopsis Release Date
Go ahead for Alresford to prepare Tendring’s first neighbourhood plan

The way has been cleared for Alresford to become the first parish in Tendring to put together a neighbourhood plan.

07/11/2016
Football club scores with new lease to help expansion plans

Holland Football Club is to get a long term lease which will lead to a new clubhouse and mean it can press ahead with improvements at its ground.

07/11/2016
Change from marine to car sales approved

A vacant business site in Brightlingsea Town Centre has been given the all-clear to change over from marine to car sales.

07/11/2016
Council’s bid to create healthier food choices shortlisted for prestigious award

Tendring District Council’s efforts (TDC) to improve menus and healthy eating choices have received national recognition.

07/11/2016
Revised scheme for business approved

A revised scheme to increase facilities at a business in Alresford has been given the go ahead.

07/11/2016
New lease to be agreed to help improve skate park in Dovercourt

A new 21-year lease is to be granted for Dovercourt Skate Park to pave the way for major improvements to the site.

07/11/2016
Village's housing allocation significantly reduced

The number of homes allocated for Weeley under Tendring’s blueprint for future housing and employment sites has been significantly reduced from 1,400 to 304.

04/11/2016
Significant jobs boost for Harwich welcomed

A significant jobs boost for Harwich has been welcomed after a company announced its plans to locate its new service base in the town.

04/11/2016
Principle of development agreed on village site

Three detached bungalows look set to be built on agricultural land in Great Holland.

04/11/2016
Results of By-Election for Walton seat on Frinton and Walton Town Council

Ann Oxley of Tendring First has been elected to serve on Frinton and Walton Town Council.

04/11/2016
All-clear for two village homes

Plans to build two new detached homes on land in Little Bentley have been given the all-clear.

03/11/2016
Bungalow development agreed for agricultural field

A development of 16 bungalows looks set to be built on an agricultural field in Thorrington.

03/11/2016
Six home scheme gets the go ahead

A new six home development in Little Bentley has been given the go ahead.

03/11/2016
Bungalow scheme falls short of approval

Hopes of building four detached bungalows on part of an existing property’s garden in Brightlingsea have been dashed.

03/11/2016
Service held to dedicate new RAFA memorial on Clacton Seafront

The Clacton Branch of the Royal Air Forces Association (RAFA) has commissioned a new memorial stone for the town’s seafront gardens.

03/11/2016
Tendring honours its top Sporting Personalities of the Year 2016

Teenage fencer Myles Ashforth has been named Tendring’s Male Sports Personality of the Year for 2016.

02/11/2016
Businesses turn out for breakfast seminar in Harwich

Businesses from Tendring turned out for a special breakfast seminar at Harwich International Port today to mark National Offshore Wind Week.

02/11/2016
Final details for village homes plan agreed

The final details of a 10-home development behind a former pub in Wix have been given the all-clear.

02/11/2016
Local youngsters to take to stage in professional panto

Youngsters from around Tendring will be taking to the stage in Clacton’s Princes Theatre’s professional pantomime.

02/11/2016
Development for 49 homes in village rejected

A scheme to build up to 49 new homes on a village site has been rejected.

02/11/2016

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