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In the news: November 2021

In the news: Big Basildon tree planting project gets underway

Almost 13,000 trees are set to be planted across Basildon as part of a three-week project spanning three sites.

In the news: First look at town centre cinema as site handed over to Empire

Residents are given their first glimpse at the interior of a new 10-screen cinema in East Square, Basildon, as the site is formally handed over from construction contractor McLaren to Empire Cinemas.

In the news: New initiative launched to help homes in Basildon be warmer, greener and save on fuel bills this winter

People across the borough are being encouraged to check if they are eligible to receive help under a new scheme being launched to help local householders be warmer in their homes, lower their carbon emissions, and save money on their fuel bills this winter.

In the news: Councillors consider outcome of recycling trial and next steps

Councillors have considered the results of a six-week trial of segregated collections for dry recyclables.

In the news: Councillors agree improvements to gateway to Pitsea

Planned community safety and environmental improvements to the gateway from Pitsea railway station to the town centre are set to move forwards.

In the news: Council commits to better engagement with tenants and leaseholders

Tenants and leaseholders in Basildon will get their voices heard more effectively after councillors approved a Tenant and Leaseholder Engagement Strategy.

In the news: Plans to improve our neighbourhoods with investment programme moving forward

Proposals to invest millions into creating clean and safe neighbourhoods are moving forward after councillors agreed next steps in the programme.

In the news: Safer Basildon launch consultation to get residents' views on community safety

Safer Basildon has launched a consultation to get the views and experiences of residents on community safety, to help shape its priorities in the borough moving forwards.

In the news: Council makes commitment to supporting victims of domestic abuse with new policy

To coincide with national Domestic Abuse Week a new responding to domestic abuse policy has been launched.

In the news: Councillors to consider outcome of recycling trial and next steps

Councillors are set to consider the results of a six-week trial of segregated collections for dry recyclables.

In the news: Councillors set to agree improvements to gateway to Pitsea Planned community safety and environmental improvements to the gateway from Pitsea railway station to the town centre are set to move forwards.

Planned community safety and environmental improvements to the gateway from Pitsea railway station to the town centre are set to move forwards.

In the news: Basildon residents found guilty of flytipping near their homes

Two Basildon residents have been convicted for flytipping offences after dumping household items in the streets that they live.

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