THE job that determines how Thurrock’s most vulnerable children are protected could be reduced to an additional responsibility for a council officer under new plans.
Council intervenes following Fixed Penalty Notices error THURROCK Council has taken strong action against a third-party contractor after they issued Fixed Penalty Notices (FPNs) to residents and businesses containing errors, insisting they take swift action and ensure they contact everyone affected immediately. Within 24 hours of being notified, the council called in a senior officer […]
ONE in three in social care arrears with more than 7,000 facing debt collectors, GMB Union study shows
TILBURY Football Club are delighted to unveil the first glimpse of their emerging proposals to deliver a new purpose-built Community Stadium and clubhouse for the football club. The exciting proposed major upgrade to Tilbury FC’s facilities will enable the oldest football club in Thurrock to secure its long-term future. solidifying
Thurrock councillors expected to back house building programme that could result in 500 new council homes
PLANS to build hundreds of new council homes in Thurrock over the next ten years are could be given the go-ahead following a discussion next week.
TENANTS living in private rented properties could benefit from wide-ranging council support with the introduction of a landlord licencing scheme.
NHS staff who regularly do extra hours can celebrate a landmark court victory involving the East of England Ambulance Service ensuring their extra work is taken into account when their holiday pay is calculated, UNISON says today (Tuesday).
THURROCK MP Jackie Doyle-Price is backing Mark Harper to be the next leader of the Conservative party.
CONVICTED fraudsters who ran a rogue wheel clamping business have been ordered to pay more than £17,000 in compensation to their victims following a successful proceeds of crime case by Thurrock Council.
THURROCK Council’s planning team has been highly commended for its partnership working at the Planning Awards 2019.
UP to 3.7 million pensioners who previously received a free TV licence will now have to pay for it.
A GRAYS man has been honoured for services to victims of terrorism.
A MAJOR development that would have brought a major new housing development to Thurrock including many affordable homes, has been rejected by the council.
THURROCK Councillors were divided over whether to approve a housing application for six new flats in Fobbing due to questions over whether it is acceptable to build on the green belt.
THURROCK MP Jackie Doyle Price rose on the floor of the House of Commons to answer questions on life expectancy.
THURROCK Labour has expressed serious concerns over the way Thurrock Council’s development arm, Thurrock Regeneration Ltd (TRL) is being run.
WAREHOUSE workers at DHL Services in West Thurrock have suspended their strike tomorrow (Wednesday 5 June) over the prospect of a serious deterioration in employment conditions to facilitate talks with their new employer.
RECORDED race hate crimes against children in Essex have risen by 45% over the last three years, an NSPCC investigation has found.
A NEW council report has revealed that Thurrock Council failed to meet more than a quarter of its yearly targets, with planning, housing and school performance among their failures.
A FLY-tipper has been fined £400 after rubbish was dumped at the roadside in Grays as Thurrock Council continues to take a zero tolerance approach to the issue.
Thurrock Regeneration Limited – statement on Belmont Road development IN light of the concerns raised by residents and Thurrock Council regarding the access to the site and as a responsible developer, Thurrock Regeneration Limited is exploring alternative options in order to successfully deliver the development. A spokesperson said: “We will seek to mitigate any delays […]
FIVE lorry trailers parked inconsiderately in Grays have been moved on as Thurrock Council continues its crackdown on nuisance parking.
ON March 25 this year, the Thurrock Community Safety Partnership hosted a gang related violence conference. More than 100 professionals from various public and voluntary agencies attended. Four members of the Thurrock Youth Cabinet delivered a session around gangs and knife crime to all attending.
FIREFIGHTERS and council staff have been praised after their quick response to a small kitchen fire in a flat in Chadwell St Mary.