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Dale Farm - handy for Basildon Council to have as a development option

It seems that Basildon Council are keeping their options open as to whether the Dale Farm site gets included in its draft local plan as a site for housing development: … 273 more words


Blinking "Ell, Green Belt to suffer? Castle Point Council miss out Again on Government Hand Out!

DCLG have announced a short list of areas in which support is to be given to develop Garden Villages.

“The first ever garden villages, which have the potential to deliver more than 48,000 homes across England, have been given government backing.”

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The frustrations of a tenant representative...

Below is the text of a letter forwarded to us by our friends at Basildon & Southend Housing Action which eloquently illustrates the frustrations of their St. 654 more words


Xmas cheer for Brooke House

A small victory but one to celebrate… The St. Martin’s ward representative for Basildon & Southend Housing Action has been spending their time building up a relationship with the security staff at the Brooke House block in the town centre. 107 more words


The Gloves are Off, the Duty to Cooperate works both Ways! Castle Point - Thames Gateway!

“Seconds Out – Round 1” – Would have been an appropriate opening introduction to the Castle Point examination into their Local Plan Duty to Cooperate process. 672 more words

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We’ve been reliably informed by our friends at Basildon & Southend Housing Action (BASHA) that it’s been six weeks since the second consultation with residents by Basildon Council over the future of the community garden on the Nursery Gardens estate in Laindon. 236 more words


Castle Point council's Lack of Cooperation-Blame the Councillors! Updated

With “friends” like those local authorities neighbouring Castle Point, one may be tempted to question, who needs enemies?

Each authority responding to the Castle Point Local Plan2016 examining Inspector does so, critically. 2,142 more words

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