We are always keen to hear residents' views. Have your say by commenting on any of the consultations below. Please note, this page excludes planning application consultations.
Maldon and Heybridge Central Area Masterplan Consultation - 20 March until 28 April 2017
The masterplan area is focussed on Maldon Central, the Causeway Regeneration Area and the Leisure Quarter where retail, employment, transport, and leisure and community land uses are essential to the quality of life and prosperity of the District.
Proposed Local Development Plan Post-Examination Main Modifications March 2017 Consultation - Friday 17th March 2017 and closes at 4:30pm on Friday 28th April 2017
Public Telephone Kiosk (01621 860366) Tolleshunt D’Arcy - Closing 17 May 2017
British Telecommunications plc are proposing to remove the payphone service at this location and Tolleshunt D’Arcy Parish Council would like to adopt this kiosk. If you have any comments about this, please contact Chris.email@example.com
Further information on BT's adopt a kiosk scheme can be found on the following website. http://www.payphones.bt.com/adopt_a_kiosk/HTML/payphone/index.htm
Further information on the consultation process can be found at: http://stakeholders.ofcom.org.uk/binaries/consultations/uso/statement/removals.pdf
What is your big idea for Riverside Park, Burnham-on-Crouch? - Closing 30 April 2017
As part of the Dengie Gateway Project the Council is promoting Burnham-on-Crouch and Riverside Park as a visitor destination and gateway to Wallasea Island and the ‘Saltmarsh Coast’. The Council has ring-fenced £20k of grant funding to do ‘something special’ in Burnham and invites you to submit your big idea.
Help Essex County Council develop new ways of listening to people with experience of disability. The Collaborate Essex Team have now developed a set of Preliminary Recommendations and would like your feedback at Collaborate Essex.
The Maldon District Community Safety Partnership (CSP)
Residents Questionnaire – What worries you about living in the District? Is it speeding, violence, anti-social behaviour? Tell us what you think and help shape our community safety priorities.