In the news: March 2022
A total of 94 new apartments are now complete and will soon be welcoming residents who have been waiting on the homeseeker register.
A man who was sleeping on the streets of Basildon after being released from prison is now in permanent employment and living independently after a referral by Basildon Council.
Councillors have formally agreed plans for a new swimming pool in Pitsea, at a meeting of Basildon Council's Planning Committee on Wednesday 9 March 2022.
In accordance with the duty laid on the Council by the Commons Regulation (Laindon) Provisional Order Confirmation Act 1887, Basildon Council appoints nine Laindon Common Conservators to manage the Common on its behalf.
Owners of the former Gala Bingo Hall in Pitsea have been instructed to demolish the building after unsuccessfully appealing a S215 Untidy Land Notice.
Councillors have agreed to consult with residents on the remaining areas of household waste collection in order to meet the borough's ambitious recycling and climate change targets, following the national adoption of the Environment Act 2021.
A plan to make Basildon Council's operations carbon net-zero by 2030, and across the borough by 2050 has been given further endorsement by Basildon Councillors.