In the news: New homes for Basildon residents and key workers
Thirteen new homes will be available for borough residents and key workers next year.
Basildon Council's We're Cleaning Up campaign has received national recognition after being nominated as a contender for the National Recycling Awards.
An extra five electric vehicle charging points are being installed in the borough.
Grants totalling more than £7,000 will be awarded to community groups and organisations to help them deliver projects benefiting borough residents.
In the news: How do you imagine Basildon in the future? Join us on a Zoom webinar
Two public Zoom webinars have been set up to give residents an opportunity to find out more about the Basildon town centre masterplan and ask questions.
The Leader of Basildon Council says theatres are the "beating heart" of any town or city and has written to the government calling for an emergency support package for the industry.
Basildon Council and Swan Housing have teamed up to respond to a call from Government to bid for funding on capital projects to help kickstart the economy and create jobs.
Basildon Council is happy to announce the roll out of Street Tag in Basildon, to engage and incentivise residents and schools to walk, run and cycle around the borough.
When the Government announced at the end of May that all non-essential shops were permitted to re-open from Monday 15 June, the council was mindful that there would be challenges in the further re-opening of our High Streets.
A leading councillor has spoken of Basildon Council's commitment on proposals to build a swimming pool in Pitsea.
Basildon Mayor David Burton-Sampson is partnering with the Polly Parrot Appeal in Basildon Hospital to help provide a comforting space for children and their families staying at the hospital and has also announced donations to support the work of the borough's food banks.
Basildon Council is opposing plans to build two 20 megawatt incinerators on the Burnt Mills Industrial Estate, Archers Fields in Basildon.