Students Staff

1 September 2017

Southend Shoreline Strategy

Filed under: Southend Bulletin — Danielle Karanicholas @ 4:33 am

Southend-on- Sea Borough Council is asking for your views on its  Shoreline Strategy.  Sea levels are set to rise over the next hundred years, increasing risk of flooding and coastal erosion.  The Council wants to hear from interested local residents, businesses and community groups by 13 October to help shape their plans for the future.  The relevant documents can be found online at  The University is not submitting a response.



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Southend BID Calendar of events 2017

Filed under: Southend Bulletin — tmarcu @ 3:40 am

Please see below for events which may be of interest to our University community in and around Southend.

Calendar of Events 2017

Below is a current list of planned Southend BID events for the coming year. Planning is presently focusing on the Festival of Wheels and the new ‘Southend Food Festival’ (name tbc). An update to all businesses including a calendar of planned events will be distributed shortly.

Purple Festival – Saturday 7 October

Seafront Fireworks – Every Saturday night from 7 Oct – 18 Nov

Christmas Light Switch On – Saturday 18 November

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Generic Timetabling and Room Booking Email Address (Southend Campus)

Filed under: Southend Bulletin — Nicola Paine @ 3:16 am

Please be aware that we now have a generic timetabling/room booking email address for Southend Campus:

Think southend campus timetabling (sctt).

This will help us keep all the timetabling requests in one place in the absence of a Timetabling Officer at Southend Campus throughout the summer and autumn term.



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Log everything! – Planet FM link is located here…

Filed under: Southend Bulletin — Nicola Paine @ 2:01 am

The web portal link for staff to log faults is as below.  This link can also be found on the Estate Management web pages under Helpdesk and Services and will be updated in the BUG and on SharePoint in due course.

If you have already registered with fault reporting you do not need to do anything as all information has been transferred over.  If you have not, register your details with our Helpdesk and then you can report faults online.  Once you’ve logged the fault, we’ll send you an email to let you know we’re working on it.


Many thanks,

Tamsin Newman

Business Support Manager

Estate Management Section

University of Essex





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