• E-mail from Tendring District Council requesting suggestions with regards to the naming of four proposed new roads under construction at the Hopkins Homes Site in Robinson Road. (Copied to all Councillors).
  • E-mail from a local resident concerning Essex Highways scheme TRAF/6818.
  • Notification from Fisher Jones Greenwood Solicitors that the Lease for the Lakeside Caravan Park is now complete.
  • Notification that CAB Clacton are increasing its drop-in advice sessions at their Clacton office at 18 Carnarvon Road. Sessions currently run on Tuesday to Thursday from 10.00 until 12.30. From 1st October, the office will also open at the same times on Mondays. (Poster advertising this displayed on the Council notice board).
  • E-mail from the Environment Agency who are currently reviewing the flood & Coastal Erosion Risk Management (FCERM) National Strategy, and are working with different organisations to decide how flooding and coastal change should be managed over the next 25 years. They are also talking to people who live in areas that have suffered from flooding or coastal change and/or may be at risk. This feedback will be used to inform a national strategy for the future management of flooding and coastal change in England to 2050. Any feedback forms will be passed onto the FCERM strategy team. More information can be found at:- (Copied to all Councillors).
  • New Roads and Development – Land at Robinson Road, Brightlingsea. The development Company at this site has requested that names are allocated to the new roads within the development. The suggested names (as agreed by the planning committee) are:-

Middleton Mews

Keats CrescentAfter the doctors who dealt with the polio epidemic

           Pannell Place        As Chairman of the Brightlingsea Urban District Council in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s

Chapman CloseAs the District Nurse who worked with the above two doctors, and being the founder member who started the Red Cross in Brightlingsea

Any further comments are to be with TDC by 24.10.18.

  • Notification that the Town Councils interest in the Devolution Pilot has been accepted, and that the Councils name is on the list to be submitted to ECC.
  • Notification of the Church Road Junction/Well Street, Spring Chase and Ladysmith Avenue scheme, which has been through the validation process, and a feasibility study will be carried out with the intention at looking at the following ideas:-
  1. Removing and reconstructing a larger pedestrian refuge island on the B1029 Church Road/Ladysmith Avenue along with new tactile paving on the footways. In conjunction with this, looking at widening the existing footway on the northern side with the possibility of amending the carriageway hatch markings, to try and slow vehicle speeds when leaving Church Road and heading down Ladysmith Avenue.
  2. Looking at the feasibility of a mini roundabout at the Spring Road/Seaview Road junction. However, due to the expanse of carriageway space available and potential level issues, this is not expected to be a viable option that could progress.

iii.           Investigating the possibility of blocking off the end of Seaview Road to vehicular traffic on a permanent basis, whilst leaving access and space for pedestrians and cyclists. This may well require a an informal consultation with the local residents.

  1. Combining ii and iii above, to possibly make it achievable for a mini roundabout to be investigated.

There was also noticeable camber on the carriageway adjacent to the exiting pedestrian refuse. This will need to be taken into consideration during the feasibility study. This is also the case for the whole carriageway area on the approached to the different junctions, where various cambers/level issues were observed.

It has been recommended that this is progressed to feasibility, the cost of the study will be £6,500. This can be discussed and recommended for funding at the next Local Highway Panel. (Copied to all Councillors).

  • Copy of an Essex Highways Service Delivery Survey – which runs from Tuesday 6th October to Friday 7th December 2018. Copied to Councillors Judson and Block.
  • Copy of the Essex Highways – Improvements in Progress update. (Copied to all Councillors).
  • Notification of an Highways Briefing, taking place at EACL on Wednesday 7th (copied to all Councillors).
  • Copy of the Essex Highways – Highways Highlights – September 2018. (Copied to all Councillors).



2.1 North East Centre of the Caravan and Motorhome Club would like to change the date of its 2019 rally, from 3-6 May to 16-18 August 2019.


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