The council has shut 10 local car parks in an attempt to deter people from social gatherings.
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The council has set up a new distribution hub in Southend in order to provide the most vulnerable with essential supplies during the coronavirus pandemic.
Southend's two household waste recycling centres have shut but waste collections are to go ahead as normal.
Volunteers are needed to help out the new initative, which already includes a range of voluntary organisations and local charities.
The parking restrictions will be lifted until Sunday 3rd May 2020 in aid of tackling the coronavirus outbreak.
The council’s cabinet have agreed to maintain support for the proposed development of the Seaway car park.
After a morning of sleet and snow in Essex, the results have come in at perfect timing!
16,818 people visited the world’s longest pleasure pier!
Take part in our competition to name the gritters and be in with a chance of winning a miniature gritter or a voucher worth £50!
The Council wants to know what local people, visitors and businesses would like see at the site of the former East Beach café which is owned by the council.
Following the announcement that Severn Lamb have won the contract to design, build and install the new pier trains, four different designs for the ‘cab’ have been proposed, as well as three different colour options.
A new active travel challenge has been launched to encourage local residents to try alternative transport methods, such as walking, cycling, or using the bus or train.
Southend-on-Sea Borough Council will once again remember all those who perished or were affected by the Jewish Holocaust on National Holocaust Memorial Day.
Major projects and initiatives to overhaul the open spaces in and around Southend town centre between now and April 2021 are underway.
Access onto Rochford Road northbound from The Bell junction will be prohibited for 12 weeks as diversionary gas works are undertaken as part of The Bell junction improvement works.
More care for those that need it, more council housing, more road repairs and more trees and greenery are at the centre of the council’s proposed budget for 2020/21.
Roads and pavements across the borough are set for resurfacing following the inclusion of a further £3.2m in the council’s proposed capital budget, which will be discussed by the council’s cabinet next week (Thursday 16 January).
The sixth annual Toy Drive is in full throttle as council elves find themselves overwhelmed with gifts and donations just two weeks into the charity project, and the elves are urging for more.
A weekend road closure and subsequent three-week northbound lane closure at Hobleythick Lane are planned to allow underground electricity cables and gas pipes to be moved before work takes place on improving The Bell junction.
Energy infrastructure in Leigh-on-Sea is being investigated following Southend-on-Sea Borough Council’s recently declared climate change emergency.