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Tender opportunity

Uttlesford District Council is looking for a competent local Building Contractor for a development of two houses and a pair of flats.

Universal Credit

Universal Credit is a new benefit for people of working age. It is a single monthly payment that is paid in arrears and it is being introduced in stages across the country.

Community-led Housing Survey

This is your chance to tell us what you might want from community-led housing.

  • In the news15/11/2017 Have Your Say News Spinner
    Residents urged to help shape plans for garden community
    Residents are being given the opportunity to have their say on plans for a garden community. Read on
  • In the news14/11/2017 Car parking consultation
    Festive car parking offers
    Shoppers and visitors to the district can take advantage of FREE car parking offers in the run-up to Christmas and into the New Year. Read on
  • In the news13/11/2017 A default news spinner colour
    Landlords can pick up advice at annual forum
    A one-stop shop of information and support will be available for private sector landlords at a special event later this month. Read on
  • In the news08/11/2017 Staying Well News Spinner
    Staying safe and well this winter
    Staying safe and well this winter was the theme of a special event held in two venues in Uttlesford. Read on
  • In the news08/11/2017 Stansted Airport College Mock up_spinner
    Council agrees funding for Further Education college
    Up to £300,000 pledged to support the new Technical and Professional Skills Centre at Stansted Airport. Read on
  • In the news08/11/2017 A120 litter pick
    800 bags of rubbish collected on the A120
    Almost 800 bags of rubbish were collected on the Uttlesford section of the A120 as part of a litter picking programme. Read on
  • In the news26/10/2017 AAA Default News Spinner
    Garden Community Principles
    A leading expert addressed Uttlesford District Councillors earlier this month as part of the ongoing work on the emerging Draft Local Plan. Read on
  • In the news12/10/2017 Safer Places news spinner
    Free domestic abuse training
    Domestic abuse awareness training sessions will be delivered in Uttlesford by the independent charity Safer Places Read on
  • In the news10/10/2017 AAA Default News Spinner
    Change to opening times at UDC
    Uttlesford District Council is making a minor change to its opening hours. Read on
  • In the news10/10/2017 MultiAgencyTrailer_Spinner
    Last stops of 2017 for multi-agency information roadshow
    The multi-agency information roadshow will be making its final stops of 2017, on Thursday 19 October. Read on
  • In the news29/09/2017 AAA Default News Spinner
    Uttlesford District Council statement on Uber
    UDC is aware of the announcement by TfL that it will not be renewing Uber's licence in London when it expires. Read on
  • In the news26/09/2017 AAA Default News Spinner
    Residents urged to have their say on Saffron Walden Conservation Area Appraisal
    Residents have the opportunity to tell UDC what they think. Read on
  • In the news25/09/2017 Sunflower Spinner
    Keen gardeners taking pride in their patch
    Uttlesford District Council's annual Tenants' & Leaseholders' Garden Competition was another blooming success. Read on
  • In the news11/09/2017 Staywell news spinner
    Stay well this winter
    Find out how to keep warm and well this winter at our FREE events this October. Read on
  • In the news08/09/2017 Business News Spinner
    Helping you to grow your business
    Uttlesford District Council is inviting firms of all sizes and from across the district to join them and fellow businesses for a breakfast networ... Read on
  • In the news06/09/2017 AAA Default News Spinner
    Uttlesford Draft Local Plan public consultation closed
    A major seven-week public consultation on the future of Uttlesford has now closed. Read on
  • In the news05/09/2017 Litter
    Campaign to tackle menace of fly-tipping
    Fly-tipping in Essex is draining more than £1 million of taxpayers' money each year, new figures reveal. Read on
  • In the news22/08/2017 IER News Spinner
    Residents urged to look out for their voter registration details in the post
    Residents are urged to check and update information on the electoral register. Read on
  • In the news16/08/2017 Stone Age man event 16.08.17
    Hands on with history
    This week a Stone Age Man set up camp in Saffron Walden Museum grounds. Read on
  • In the news12/10/2017 AAA Default News Spinner
    TLC Community Bash!
    This weekend will see the final one of three events which are being used to share the findings of research carried out into the health of local c... Read on
  • In the news18/10/2017 AAA Default News Spinner
    Communities Team volunteer at Bridge End Gardens