February 2019 News Archive

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New garden communities to promote active travel in Uttlesford
Up to 60 per cent of local residents' journeys in and around Uttlesford will be made by public transport, walking or cycling for those living in new garden communities.
New dementia website resource developed for the people of Uttlesford
A new website providing access to a wide range of information and support has been launched for people living with dementia in Uttlesford.
UDC approves budget for 2019/20
Uttlesford District Council has agreed its budget for the next financial year.
Independent Living development launches in Saffron Walden
Local dignitaries gathered last week (Thursday 14 February) to mark the upcoming launch of Cornell Court, an independent living development in Saffron Walden.
Hundreds of retail businesses set to benefit from new discount scheme
Uttlesford councillors will this week be asked to approve a new retail rate relief scheme that will benefit hundreds of local businesses and support the District's high streets.
Attend workshop and get a free compost bin
Do you want to get composting at home? Have you moved home and want to save some money in the garden?
Uttlesford invites young people to help shape future housing plans
Uttlesford District Council is inviting young people from across the district to register their interest in joining the Youth Housing Working Group that will help shape future housing plans for the area. The Youth Housing Working Group is part of the Uttlesford Youth Council.
Dunmow health and wellbeing day
Get ready for Spring with Dunmow U3A's health and wellbeing day on 27 March. The event will be packed with promotions and events including a stall manned by our own health improvement team.
Budget proposals for 2019/20 sees further investment aligned with consultation responses
Draft budget proposals which seek to support key frontline services in line with residents' priorities have been put forward.
Workshops bring community led housing into spotlight
Community led housing is a way for people to get involved in meeting their own housing needs or the needs of the wider community.