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  • Jude Deakin - Mayor
    Article: Nov 27, 2020

    An overwhelming amount of entries have been received for Chelmsford's 2020 Christmas card competition, hosted by the Mayor of Chelmsford, Councillor Jude Deakin.

    The Mayor called on Chelmsford residents of all ages to create a piece of artwork, or write a poem, inspired by her 2020 theme of 'family and wellbeing' to be used in her official Christmas card. Over 100 colourful and creative drawings, poems and photographs were submitted, highlighting some of the talent in Chelmsford and the winners have now been chosen.

  • CGN European approval for reactor design
    Article: Nov 21, 2020

    As Bradwell B's designers edge closer to approval for their Hualong One design - recently receiving the seal of approval from the European Utility Requirements assessors - the first stage of consultations closer to home has drawn to a close too.

    Bradwell B team recently announced that they received more than 2,000 responses from local residents: a response rate that was 43% higher than at the equivalent consultation for Sizewell C in Suffolk, and an incredible 97% higher than at the equivalent consultation for Hinkley Point C in Somerset. This sort of engagement is fantastic, but are they actually listening to local residents?

  • Survey: Nov 18, 2020
    35 questions

    We are doing a survey to find out what you think of your area and what issues you are concerned about in Maldon.

  • Grant applications folder (Chelmsford City Council)
    Article: Nov 14, 2020

    Support grants for businesses legally required to close (as a result of the national lockdown) can now be accessed on the Chelmsford City Council website: www.chelmsford.gov.uk/businessgrants

    The available grants are payable to cover 28-day periods of lockdown and vary according to a business's rateable value. As the latest national lockdown is going to last for at least 28 days, the City Council is making payments in advance to cover the period up to 2 December 2020.

  • Article: Nov 13, 2020

    Join campaigns professionals to find out how the US Democrats pulled off the US election result and beat incumbent President Donald Trump.

    At this event our panel will discuss what lessons the Lib Dems can learn from the US elections, how we can adopt their winning ways and how they managed to galvanize voters in key states.