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Inflation pushes council budget gap to £4.2 million

Inflation has significantly increased Chelmsford City Council’s budget gap, according to a new projection.

City Council by-election results

The residents of Little Baddow, Danbury and Sandon have voted in Steph Scott of the Conservative Party as their new Councillor.

Town council election cancelled with uncontested seat

There is only one candidate for the seat on South Woodham Ferrers town council, meaning the seat is uncontested so the election is cancelled

Ward candidates named for Little Baddow, Danbury and Sandon

Three candidates will be standing for election to Chelmsford City Council in the Little Baddow, Danbury and Sandon ward on 5 May.

South Woodham Ferrers residents vote on 5 May

Residents of South Woodham Ferrers will be electing a new member of the town council in May.

Two new community councils to be created in Chelmsford

New local councils for some Chelmsford neighbourhoods are to be created, following a comprehensive review and consultation.

Little Baddow, Danbury and Sandon residents vote on 5 May

Residents of Little Baddow, Danbury and Sandon will be electing a new member of Chelmsford City Council in May.

Last chance to have your say on proposed parish changes

Final decisions are about to be made on the set-up of parish and village councils in Chelmsford. Residents are invited to have a say.

Chelmsford City Council declares Housing Crisis

On Tuesday, Chelmsford’s city councillors voted to declare a Housing Crisis and called on the Government to do more.

City Council’s ‘greener, fairer’ budget proposed

Chelmsford City Council’s Cabinet has approved a proposed budget for 2022-23 to maintain essential services and protect vulnerable residents

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