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South Essex council leaders accuse county of ‘power grab’

Council bosses in Southend and Thurrock have called a plan for Essex County Council to take control of the entire

Councillor furious after changes to parking near Southend Airport are pushed back by two years

A councillor has been left furious after his push to resolve parking problems on roads surrounding Southend Airport was delayed

‘Largest regeneration project in Southend’s history’ moves forward as plans are submitted to council

The biggest regeneration project in Southend’s history could have planning permission by the beginning of 2021, bringing more than 1,750

Door knocking team to be formed tasked with tracking down people who have encountered Covid-19 patients in Southend

A team of Southend Council officers is to be formed to help track down people who have encountered someone who

Work to begin in less than two months on new medical centre in Corringham

Construction work is set to begin on Thurrock’s first new medical centre in November, council documents have revealed. The facility

Council promises Southend businesses a rent freeze until after pandemic but increases could happen during recovery

Southend Council will not increase rents for businesses during the pandemic, a council leader has promised but it could happen

Southend Council handed more than £300,000 to help the homeless

More than £300,000 has been handed to Southend Council by the Government to help keep rough sleepers off the streets.

Southend Council bosses ‘deeply uncomfortable’ with county council plan to shake-up governance

Members of Southend’s cabinet have expressed serious concerns about Essex County Council’s plan to have all district and county councils

‘If we need to knock at your door then we will’ says Southend councillor as contact tracing begins

Almost 250 people could be contacted on their doorsteps after encountering someone infected with Covid-19, a Southend Council boss has

Southend Council hoping to build up to 12 homes on Lundy Close despite objections

After more than a year of controversy council bosses have said they will move ahead with plans to build homes