Essex County Council News Desk
Essex County Council has officially launched its drive to find 100 more foster carers with the start of Foster Care Fortnight this week.
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Landmark bricks have been laid to officially mark the start of work on a new 26 home development in Waltham Glen, Chelmsford.20 September 2018
A special task force is to be set up to look at future options for the Army and Navy in Chelmsford.
17 September 2018
Following the closure of the Army and Navy Flyover on 11 September, preparations are now being made to temporarily prop affected areas prior to repairs.14 September 2018
Almost 2000 residents and businesses have now registered for Solar Together Essex, the council’s solar panel group buying scheme.
12 September 2018
Working together with schools and colleges throughout Essex, the Essex Youth Service is inviting young people in Essex to register for the Duke of Edinburgh’s award this autumn. 12 September 2018
The Army and Navy flyover will close to all traffic from this evening after recent damage to part of the structure was revealed during an inspection.
11 September 2018
As schools across Essex start their autumn term parents of Y6 pupils are being reminded that it will soon be time to apply for their child’s September 2019 secondary school place.10 September 2018
The CQC has this week published its report from an inspection of Allied Healthcare’s ‘reablement’ service, undertaken earlier this year. 06 September 2018
Essex Highways has published plans to improve Junction 8 of the M11 and the nearby A120/A1250 Dunmow Road junction to address worsening congestion and capacity issues currently experienced in the area at peak times. 06 September 2018
Thousands of pupils are set to return to new and improved schools today, thanks to Essex County Council’s ambitious plans to meet growing demand for school places across the county.
04 September 2018
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