Basildon - Regeneration Plans

Regeneration Plans

Throughout Basildon there are major developments planned estimated to total nearly £2 billion. These include:

  • The regeneration of Basildon, Pitsea and Laindon town centres.
  • A new "Sporting Village" and improvements to playing pitches and sports facilities throughout the District.
  • The creation of a health and education research centre near Basildon and Thurrock University Hospital.
  • Investment in the Basildon Enterprise Corridor, a large business area.
  • The creation of a new wetland nature reserve in the Thames Marshes by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB), the Land Restoration Trust, Basildon District Council and Veolia.
  • A review of the district's housing, with investment in housing estates such as Craylands, Five Links and Felmores which will be re-designed to allow for less trouble and having more streets with roads, rather than a street with just pavement.

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