The Frinton Resident
Welcome. We are trying hard to keep our website up to date and interesting. We used to circulate a paper magazine giving more details of matters of local interest, but for various reasons this has become non-viable. This "overview" will cover some of the main points but the details and the "e" Magazine will only be available by entering the "Members' Area".
Items of interest
- Our mission to have dangerous and obstructive parking better controlled along the seafront continues with a request to the Parking Authorities to forecast potentially busy times and provide more Enforcement personnel accordingly.
- We're pleased to say that the additional regulations relating to every corner along The Esplanade have had a positive effect.
- Although we have been unable to prevent the proposed installation of traffic lights at Kirby Cross, we have put forward a plan to minimise congestion.
- We are lobbying for proposed changes in respect of restrictions to 'Street Trading' in Frinton on Sea.
- We are pursuing various aspects of Community Policing, particularly in respect of PCSO duties and Anti Social Behaviour.
- We continue to monitor Planning applications and housing developments, with particular attention to matters that may affect infrastructure requirements.
- We maintain a close working relationship with our elected representatives.
The Frinton Resident
The Frinton Resident newsletter can be accessed from the "Members Area" of this website.
If you are not a member please feel free to contact us to join.
If you are a Frinton Resident and you are interested in becoming a Committee member, we would very much like to hear from you.
Frinton is a residential town situated by the sea.
The Committee works with local Councillors representing Frinton & Walton Town Council, Tendring District Council and Essex County Council, together with other groups to help address local matters which are of concern to residents.
All Frinton residents are welcome to attend The Frinton Residents' Association public meetings.
Find out what residents are asking.
Useful contacts for local services.
The Frinton Residents Association is a non-profit and non-political organisation representing the views and interests of Frinton residents.
Join the Frinton Residents' Association.
A message from the Chairman.
Health service on offer in Frinton.
Reporting potholes, dangerous pavements and street lighting problems.