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Council leader welcomes visitors back to Southend

The leader of Southend Council has said the town is open to visitors again and he is keen to encourage

Southend’s economic recovery hinges on regeneration of Queensway and Seaway car park, says council leader

Coronavirus is causing a “massive economic shock” to Southend and the only way out is to push forward with the

Innovative Southend parking pass delayed until next year

A parking pass that will allow residents to pay a monthly fee to park anywhere in Southend has been delayed

Residents hit out at Southend Council over ‘non-urgent’ work at Balmoral Estate during pandemic

Residents living on the Balmoral Estate in Southend fear they will be needlessly put at risk of Covid-19 when the

Councils could be completely reshaped under plans being put together by Essex County Council

Southend and Thurrock councils could join with a number of other authorities as part of a wider plan to completely

Secret meetings between south Essex council leaders cost taxpayers £1.2million

Meetings held in secret over how to reshape south Essex have cost taxpayers more than £1.2million, it has been revealed.

Government appears to reject ‘secret’ combined authority plan in setback for council leaders

The Government has told councils across south Essex that a plan to completely transform the way the region is governed

Council’s safety team to begin fining cyclists caught riding on Southend pavements

Southend’s community safety officers will have the power to fine cyclists and people on electric scooters if they are caught

Plans for Balmoral tower blocks in Southend branded a ‘disgrace’ by residents

Improvement work on the Balmoral tower blocks has been branded a ‘disgrace’ by residents who claim they have been told

Southend’s most vulnerable could face care cut in ‘last resort’ coronavirus powers

Vulnerable people could have their care slashed and health assessments suspended, under ‘last resort’ powers handed to the council in