A PLANNING appeal hearing notice for a bid to build 455 new homes is among five new public notices this week.

An inspector is set to decide an appeal for plans to build up to 455 new homes, a new multi-use community hall, land for the provision of a healthcare facility, as well as land for a stand-alone early years and childcare nursery on land east of Rayleigh Road in Thundersley.

The site is close to the A127 and in-between Stadium Way and Daws Heath Road.

The inquiry will be held at Castle Point Council offices in Kiln Road, Benfleet, on June 4 at 10am.

Read more from the notice here.

A new Mediterranean restaurant in Southend High Street has applied to sell alcohol.

An application has been submitted to Southend Council for the supply of alcohol inside and outside the restaurant between 11am and 11pm Monday to Sunday.

The application is open to feedback from anyone interested until June 11.

Plans to build a new floor on Tyrrell Court in Pitsea have been submitted to Basildon Council.

The proposals include a second floor on the Crest Avenue building to create 10 new homes together with new stair cores, refuse stores and cycle stores. 

The plans are open to feedback until June 9.

Dunton Road in Basildon will be closed from its junction with Brentwood Road for three days next week.

The closure is scheduled to start on Tuesday while carriageway patching works are undertaken by Essex County Council.

An alternative route is available via Dunton Road, Rectory Road, Clock House Road, Botney Hill Road, Billericay Road and vice versa - with access only into Dunton Road.

A major Wakering road is set to close next week for 22 days. 

Little Wakering Road, in both Great Wakering and Little Wakering will be shut from a point north of the junction with Coronation Close from Tuesday.

This is while UK Power Networks installs and replaces overhead lines and poles.


Drivers will be diverted via Southend Road, Silchester Corner, Barling Road and vice versa.

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