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Liberal Democrats hold Chelmsford City Council for a second term

The Liberal Democrats won an increased majority the election and will continue to form the City Council’s administration until May 2027.

Get ready to vote in Chelmsford on 4 May

On Thursday 4 May 2023, you’ll need to show an accepted form of photo ID to vote.

Chelmsford Council budget protects environment and services despite brutal inflation

Chelmsford City Council has approved budget proposals for 2023/24 that will protect the environment and key services

New councils for Chelmer Village and Chelmsford Garden Community

New parish-tier councils for some Chelmsford neighbourhoods have been created, following a comprehensive review and consultation

Passionate and kind Climate Ambassador Cllr Tom Willis remembered

Tributes have been paid to Councillor Tom Willis, the city’s Climate Ambassador, who has passed away at the age of 78.

Chelmsford residents need photo ID to vote at elections in May

For the first time, residents in Chelmsford will need to show photographic ID to vote at this year’s local elections

Apply to be an “Independent Person”

A unique and interesting flexible job opportunity has become available to become an “Independent Person” to provide advice to committees.

Chelmsford City Council considers proposals to tackle budget shortfall

Chelmsford City Council is considering proposals to tackle the burden of soaring inflation and volatile economic conditions on its finances.

Deputy Mayor appointed Mayor of Chelmsford

Following the death of the Mayor of Chelmsford, Cllr John Galley, the Deputy Mayor, Cllr Sue Dobson, has been elected as the new Mayor.

Have your say on polling district changes

The City Council is conducting an interim review of polling districts and places to reflect recent parish boundary changes in Chelmsford.

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