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Stay Safe Southend

Here you’ll find the simple steps you need to take to keep yourself and the community safe! #StaySafeSouthend

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Better Queensway newsletter June 2020

In this issue you will find out about the progress of the Better Queensway project and plans for the first phase of the regeneration, you will also read how you can get involved and be actively part of the project.

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Aerial view photo showing the area affected by the Better Queensway regeneration

Environmental Impact Assessment Scoping

On behalf of Porter’s Place Southend-On-Sea LLP, an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) scoping report for the Better Queensway regeneration scheme has been submitted as part of the preparations for a full planning application. The EIA scoping report is a technical planning document submitted to look at a wide scope of any and all possible impacts […]

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Better Queensway newsletter March 2020

In this issue, we will update you with the latest news, report back on the second consultation we held in February and March, and explain what happens next on the journey to a new Queensway for you all!

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Second public consultation

Porters Place Southend-on-Sea LLP are pleased to invite you to the next round of public consultation on the regeneration of the Queensway Estate. You will be able to meet the team and provide your feedback at one of…

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Southend-on-Sea Borough Council and Swan Housing Association sponsor ‘Get the Kids Out’ Christmas Event

Saturday 21 December, Southend-on-Sea Borough Council and Swan Housing Association were delighted to sponsor ‘Get the Kids Out’ Christmas Event. The charity organises community projects for local families and children from the Better Queensway Estate and as part of the festive fun, there was a ‘Christingle’ Carole service, followed by a performance of Charles Dickens ‘Scrooge’.

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