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Title News Synopsis Release Date
Pub in Little Oakley is a community asset

Ye Olde Cherry Tree pub in Little Oakley is to be registered as an asset of community value.

24/04/2017
Final preparations underway for memorial service to mark first civilian deaths on mainland Britain

A special memorial service is being held to mark the 77th anniversary of the first two civilian deaths of the Second World War on the British mainland.

24/04/2017
Boat home removed from Harwich beach

A boat on Harwich Beach which had been lived under for a number of summers has now been removed.

24/04/2017
Car dealership loses bid for extra parking spaces

A car dealership in Frinton’s Connaught Avenue has lost its bid to take over part of a garden to provide extra parking spaces at its site.

21/04/2017
Young performers heading for the Albert Hall this weekend

Young performers from Tendring are heading to London at the weekend to showcase their talents at a top venue.

21/04/2017
Agreement reached with developer over Great Bentley plans

Negotiations with a developer have proved successful over changes to a scheme to build 50 new homes in Great Bentley.

21/04/2017
New homes for vulnerable residents welcomed

A charity has been given the green light to build 48 assisted living apartments on paddock land on the edge of Clacton.

21/04/2017
First chance to find out about pioneering Beaumont House

Tendring residents will have their first opportunity to find out more about a pioneering new £9 million housing scheme for older people in Walton-on-the-Naze at two upcoming information sessions.

20/04/2017
Two major developments on edge of village thrown out

Two major developments totalling more than 600 homes on two separate sites on the edge of Weeley have been thrown out.

20/04/2017
Change from shop to dessert café approved

Plans to change the use of a Clacton town centre shop into a dessert café are on the menu.

20/04/2017
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
Caravan park granted extra time to comply with conditions

The owners of a residential and holiday home park have been given extra time to comply with conditions made when an expansion of the site was given the go ahead.

19/04/2017
Former GP surgery converted to homes

A former GP surgery in Clacton looks set to be converted into two new homes.

19/04/2017
Still time to sign up for lifesaving equipment training

There is still time for people to sign up for training on new lifesaving equipment provided at Clacton Town Hall.

19/04/2017
Improvements being made at council homes in Walton

A significant environmental improvement scheme is to take place at council homes in Walton.

19/04/2017
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
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
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

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