October 2022 news archive
Uttlesford District Council has launched a new £300,000 grant scheme to support community-led local zero carbon projects.
An updated timetable has been agreed for the preparation of a new Local Plan that will guide the future development of Uttlesford up to the year 2040. It will include allocations of sites for new housing, infrastructure provision and policies to protect historic buildings and places.
Since the summer, Uttlesford District Council has been working with the community to create a Design Code for the district.
Uttlesford District Council will be introducing a series of car parking incentives this Christmas and New Year to support local businesses and encourage more people into the town centres.
A new exhibition Bone Black, a Brief History of Colours opens at Saffron Walden Museum on 12 November.
Uttlesford District Council is providing up to £40,000 in grants for local businesses to improve their digital offering as part of a Digital Boost for Business Week (7 to 11 November).
A planning document which will help to shape change and growth in Saffron Walden has been formally adopted by Uttlesford District Council.
An information morning for Ukrainian guests and their sponsors was held in Uttlesford earlier this week.
Residents are invited to take part in a budget survey to help shape Uttlesford District Council's spending priorities for 2023/24.