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MoD site should be an option to solve housing dilemma, says Southend Tory leader

The vast weapons testing site at Shoeburyness and Foulness should be considered in the mission to build 23,500 new homes

Councils polar opposites on housing issue

It’s a tale of two towns in south Essex as Southend Council and Basildon Council take polar opposite approaches to

New pavilion café for Southend Pier

A new pavilion café is set to be built on Southend Pier providing refreshments with sweeping sea views to thousands

Tram network proposal to link south Essex

Fresh details have been revealed over multi-million pound plans for a new tram network linking key points across south Essex.

Councillors in bid to form anti-extremism committee in Thurrock

Thurrock councillors want to form a committee to combat extremism, radicalisation and terrorism. They want it dedicated to the national

Skyscrapers may be the way to reach Southend housing target, claims deputy leader of council

Skyscrapers up to 27-storeys high could be built in Southend town centre to help the town meet its target for

Council pledges to protect Southend green spaces amid pressure over housing targets

Campaigning councillors have vowed to tightly enforce covenants to protect green spaces across Southend as they grapple with the prospect

Car parks could be target for Southend housing

A “mini-Manhattan” could be created in Southend town centre if hundreds of homes are built on a series of car

Focus for future on regeneration of Southend High Street but there has to be “balance”

A huge focus for the future will be “re-energising” parts of Southend in the wake of the COVID crisis. With

Is Seaway development still viable?

Developers behind a £50m Southend seafront cinema and leisure scheme insist plans will go ahead after concerns emerged over the