October 2020 News Archive

'Where you live' - it's time to have your say on the first Local Plan theme
The first of nine themes or 'mini-consultations' on the Local Plan will kick off on Wednesday 11 November
With COVID restrictions in place this year, it is impossible for many organised firework displays to take place.
Traditionally Halloween has heralded the start of the festivities for the winter months, shortly followed by Bonfire Night, Remembrance Day and Christmas, but this year the celebrations have taken a different path, and many are moving online.
Play safe this Halloween is the message as families gear up for the annual festival of frights.
Yesterday, Essex County Council, alongside MPs, Essex businesses and all councils in Essex, wrote to the government to set out the case for greater business support for High local Covid alert level areas.
Uttlesford District Council has launched a campaign aimed at helping local businesses to understand the power of social media and how they can make it work for them.
The Essex and Hertfordshire Digital Innovation Zone (DIZ) walked away at the annual Digital Leaders #DL100 Awards on 15 October with the top prize for digital partnership working across the UK.
From today (17 October) Uttlesford, along with the rest of the Essex County Council area, will move into the new 'High' alert level - this means there are more restrictions on what you can and cannot do.
Uttlesford District Council has launched its tree planting initiative for 2020/21.
Residents who are struggling to pay their Council Tax are being urged to get in touch with Uttlesford District Council to discuss their circumstances.