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Sex shop licence renewed

A sex shop in Clacton has successfully applied to have its licence renewed.

Part of large field to be set aside for new homes

Part of a large agricultural field in Great Bentley is to be set aside for four new homes.

Listed building to be tunred back into two properties

A listed building in Harwich’s Conservation Area is to be returned to its original two properties.

House to be converted into two flats

A house in Clacton town centre is set to be converted into two flats.

Bungalow scheme gets green light

A development of eight new bungalows on land in Little Clacton has been given the green light.

Amended application finally wins favour

A developer has finally won approval to convert a building in Dovercourt into four flats after several times of asking.

Development of 118 homes on greenfield site refused

A major housing development of up to 118 new homes on a greenfield site on the edge of Ardleigh has been rejected.

Junior wardens take pride in their community

A scheme aimed at encouraging children to take pride in the area where they live is going from strength to strength.

Plans for new house rejected

Plans to build a new house in the back garden of a property on Great Bentley’s famous green have been rejected.

Farmland to be developed for new homes

Agricultural land in Wix is set to be developed for four new homes.

Majority of travellers leave recreation ground before court appearance

The majority of travellers who had set up camp on a Clacton playing field moved off the site before they were due to appear in court today.

Beach patrol praised for rescuing man swept off breakwater by wave

Clacton Beach Patrol Ryan Clay was today praised for rescuing a non-swimmer who was swept off a breakwater by a wave.

Exclusion zone put in place after beach hut catches fire

A 100 metre exclusion zone was put in place after a beach hut caught fire on Frinton’s Lower Promenade.