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In the News: November 2020

In the news: Basildon councillors give green light to 'world class' OnSide Youth Zone

Basildon is set to become home to Essex's first OnSide Youth Zone, after the council's Neighbourhoods and Public Spaces committee gave the exciting project the green light last night (Wednesday 25 November).

In the news: Councillors approve food and garden waste collections trial

Changes to the way food and garden waste is collected will be trialled in certain areas of the borough following approval by councillors.

In the news: Council remains committed to Pitsea pool plan

Basildon Council remains committed to progressing proposals to build a swimming pool in Pitsea.

In the news: Basildon Council to donate £10,500 to support borough's food banks

After a unanimous vote in its favour by councillors at last night's Housing and Communities Committee, the council are to donate the remaining £10,500 from the Together for Safer Communities 2020/21 budget to foodbanks across the borough.

In the news: Still time to apply for grants from Basildon Council's £40,000 mental health fund

There is still time for groups providing mental health services in Basildon to apply for grants of up to £5000, with the application period closing on Friday 27 November.

In the news: Building inclusivity into the Basildon town centre regeneration

Inclusive and universal design are being built into the regeneration of Basildon town centre thanks to the Inclusive Basildon Borough project.

In the news: Langdon Hills gets £20,000 worth of new LED lighting as part of lighting upgrade project

A £20,000 upgrade is taking place in Langdon Hills, to replace the existing lighting with new and improved LED lighting.

In the news: 'Are you ok?' campaign launches to support residents' mental health this winter

Basildon Council has teamed up with Basildon wellbeing provider Motivated Minds, to support residents who are struggling in the lead up to what quite possibly will be a very different Christmas this year, by asking 'Are you ok?'

In the news: BASILDON sign lights up to support the Purple Lights movement on Pancreatic Cancer Day

As the sky darkens tonight, the iconic BASILDON sign will be illuminated purple in a bid to raise awareness on Pancreatic Cancer Day.

In the news: Four more electric vehicle charging points to be installed in borough

An extra four electric vehicle charging points are set to be installed in the borough bringing the total up to eight so far.

In the news: Basildon athletics track resurfaced providing a new, UK Athletics approved running track for the borough

A project to resurface the athletics track at Basildon Sporting Village, providing a modern, high performance running track for the borough, has been completed successfully.

In the news: No charging clean air zone for Basildon in new proposals

A scheme to relocate shared pedestrian and cyclist crossings in East Mayne could put a stop to plans for a charging clean air zone in Basildon.

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