In the news: January 2022
The Leader of Basildon Council has told of his "disappointment" over acts of vandalism that have left the Basildon sign unable to be lit up in time to honour the Queen this February.
Residents who want to shape the future of borough housing services and make a positive impact are being invited to register their interest to become a resident voice.
A former adult learning facility will be converted into 10 homes for the homeless, with a further six self-contained modular homes installed on-site for rough sleepers.
Basildon Council - in partnership with Morgan Sindall Property Services - has become the first local authority in the country to install goldeni, a new energy saving software platform.
In the news: Last week to complete our consultation on potential borough-wide Public Spaces Protection Order
There's just one week left until our consultation regarding a potential borough-wide Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) closes.
Plans for a public consultation around specific areas of the Basildon Borough Local Plan 2014-2034 were formally set in motion by councillors at a meeting of the Strategic Planning and Infrastructure Committee last night, Tuesday 11 January 2022.
A leading councillor has made the New Year's resolution to go vegetarian for the month of January to make an impact on climate change.
We need the views of borough residents regarding the concept design for a new play area at Wat Tyler Country Park.