Five roads across Southend are set to shut this month for tree maintenance works to be carried out.

Tree Fella Ltd is set to start work in various roads across the borough from next week, with the first closure starting on Tuesday when Tudor Road will be shut from its junction with West Road to its junction with North Road.

Elmer Avenue will then be closed from Farringdon Service Road to Queens Road, and Milton Street will shut from Guildford Road to Maldon Road, next Thursday.

Claremont Road is closing from its junction with West Road on Monday, January 22.

All of these closures will be in place for one day with residents access maintained

St Ann’s is also shutting from its junction with Milton Street to its junction with Sutton Road on Tuesday, January 23, until Thursday, January 25.

Johnstone Road, in Thorpe Bay, is also closing from its junction with The Broadway and Parkanaur Avenue at 8am next Friday.

The closure will be in place until 5pm on March 1 while gas main replacement works take place.

Residents, emergency services and pedestrians will be able to access the road at all times during the closure

The diversion route will be via Parkanaur Avenue, Burges Road, The Broadway and vice versa.

Feedback on plans for a new home on land rear of Billericay High Street is set to be closed.

Representations relating to the bid for a new two-storey house on the site near 138 High Street, with associated parking and landscaping, need to be made to Basildon Council planning services by next Thursday.

Copies of the planning application can be viewed online at​.

Emerson Crane Hire Ltd has applied to change its existing goods vehicle operator's licence at the old Transport Yard, in Josselin's Road, Basildon.

The firm, of Freshwater Road, Dagenham, wants to add an operating centre at the site.

Owners or occupiers of land near the site who believe they will be affected are told to make written representations to the Traffic Commissioner at Hillcrest House, 386 Harehills Lane, Leeds, by next Friday, January 19.

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