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Hopes of regularising hostel use thwarted

Plans to retain the use of a former Clacton town centre hotel as a hostel have been turned down.

Businesses in Tendring backing blue ribbon event

Businesses in Tendring are giving their full support to a special awards event set up to celebrate and reward excellence across the board.

Result of by-election for Great and Little Oakley ward on Tendring District Council

Michael Bush of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) has been elected to serve on Tendring District Council.

Vacant town centre pub to be demolished to make way for shop and flats

A vacant and boarded up former pub in Clacton Town Centre looks likely to be demolished to make way for a new shop and flats.

Changes to day nursery plans agreed

Changes to plans to provide a new day nursery building at Holland Park School in Clacton have been agreed.

New courses at Dovercourt Bay Lifestyles

Three extra courses are being laid on for customers at Dovercourt Bay Lifestyles.

Business expansion approved

A scheme to expand a village business has been given the green light.

Rugby clubhouse scheme gets over the line

Mistley Rugby Club’s plans to build a modern new clubhouse have been given the all-clear.

Former tea room can remain residential

A former village tea room can remain in residential use, Tendring District Council (TDC) has decided.

Extra public meeting on CCG’s Urgent Care review

Clinicians at the North East Essex Clinical Commissioning Group have announced an additional public meeting later this month to discuss the future of the Walk in Centre in Colchester and the Minor Injury Units in Clacton and Harwich.

Chinese New Year celebrated at Princes Theatre

The Chinese New Year was celebrated in style at Clacton’s Princes Theatre on Saturday.

Confident, constructive and optimistic budget for Tendring

Tendring’s budget for the coming year will continue to build on strong foundations and provide a diverse range of services to residents at a cost of just £3 a week.

Village site refused for development

Plans to build two new detached homes on a village site have been refused by Tendring District Council (TDC).

Green gap land gets green light for development

A piece of the green gap between Ramsey and Dovercourt looks set to be developed for three new detached homes.

Target date set to reopen Walton leisure site

Work is virtually complete on modifications at Walton on the Naze Lifestyles and a target date of February 24 has been set to reopen.

Football club scores with plans to upgrade facilities

A village football club’s ambitions to secure promotion to a higher league have received important support to help them make the grade.

Hopes of new village home dashed

Hopes of demolishing a barrack room building and replacing it with a bungalow and cartlodge have been dashed.

Revised scheme for homes rejected

A revised scheme to build four new homes in part of a garden in Bradfield has been turned down.

The Pride of Tendring 2017 is celebrated in style

It was a night to remember for many unsung heroes and heroines from across Tendring as they were honoured with prestigious Pride of Tendring Awards for 2017.

Vacant site to be developed for new business

A vacant site in Ardleigh looks set to be developed for a new business.