Chris Black has submitted the following questions for next Full Council on October 26th To the Portfolio Holder for Planning and Transportation: Can you please advise me: The approximate number of ongoing planning enforcement cases today, the number of officers in the planning enforcement team, and whether they are full […]
An alarming phrase to hear in this video from Essex Police earlier this month. (We seem to have developed a policing theme in the last few days)
We’ve disagreed with Asda in the past, but things aren’t always their fault. Here’s an apparently genuine customer complaint from South Wales….
The Essex Police website now has details of all three neighbourhood police officers for Rayleigh – Wyn Sharp , Tom Boulter and Zoe Nuth.
Essex Police have just released this video warning about thieves who break into homes just to take car keys – and then steal the car….
The ticket prices for each event in the 2012 Olympics have just been announced – including mountain biking near us in Hadleigh. Those tickets will be available at ?45 and ?20 – not that expensive – especially compared with some of the other events. You can download a full list […]
The Extraordinary District Council meeting tonight pushed the core strategy for development one stage further . This was despite an attempt by Lib Dem and Green councillors not to include any of the proposals for after 2026 . We felt the sites included for after 2026 were poor choices, and […]
There will be one extra item on the agenda for Development Committee on the 24th. You can find it by downloading this list (45kb) – it starts on page 6. The application is adjacent to 8 Preston Gardens, Rayleigh (near the Railway Line) – for 2 bungalows. The officer recommendation […]
There’s a lot on the Development Committee agenda for October 21st. You can download the agenda here (2.75 Mb). Item 1 – Land Opposite Prospect Villa, Trenders Avenue Rayleigh. Replace a salvage reclamation yard with 2 bungalows. Recommended for REFUSAL. – the prime reason being that it’s in Green Belt. […]
The planning application for 12 caravan pitches on the A1245 in Rawreth is being recommended for approval by officers. The item comes up at the Development meeting on October 21st, as part of a pretty crowded agenda. You can download the agenda here. (2.75 Mb). We will be writing a […]
Flytipping rubble near the A129 in Rawreth… and a wobbly manhole cover in East Street Rochford
Does Hullbridge need a taxi rank? If so, should it be in Ferry Road outside the medical centre (as the County Council are suggesting) or by the river? Hullbridge councillor Michael Hoy writes about it on his blog here.