By visiting our reception within Leigh Community Centre you can have access to a host of services provided by Leigh-on-Sea Town Council.
The Community Centre is also the designated emergency hub for Southend West and can be utilised if Southend-on-Sea City Council declares an official state of emergency.
Our reception is open 9am to 5pm Monday to Thursday and 9am to 4.30pm on Fridays.
Never miss the latest news with the Town Council's Noticeboards. There are six boards situated around the town which are updated weekly with the latest agendas, minutes, events and news. Find the noticeboards here;
Leigh-on-Sea Town Council was established to ensure the wellbeing and to improve the quality of life for Leigh residents. Services such as waste, benefits, council tax, parking and highways are still dealt with by Southend-on-Sea City Council.
Staff and Councillors at Leigh-on-Sea Town Council are more than happy to assist with any queries regarding the City Council and will endeavour to find the correct information or department for you to talk to. Visit the City Council website for a full A-Z list of the services they provide.
Leigh-on-Sea Town Council are also happy to report any issues you may have on your behalf. You are also able to do this yourself via the City Council website. Please use the links below for the most common issues, for more detailed complaints you can email the council at email@example.com.
You can also contact the council in writing or visit them in person at:
Southend-on-Sea City Council, Civic Centre, Victoria Avenue, Southend-on-Sea, Essex, SS2 6ER
MySouthend is an online portal that any resident in the City can sign up for. All you need is an email address. Once signed up you have access to a whole host of services. This includes for example reporting a missed waste collection or pothole; requesting copies of birth certificates; managing your Council Tax, Benefits and Business Rates online and much more.
Southend Community Safety Partnership (CSP) is a multi-agency team bringing together organisations and groups that share responsibility of tackling crime and disorder, anti-social behaviour plus drug and alcohol related offending. Agencies include: Southend-on-Sea City Council (Community Safety Unit, Youth Offending Service and Drug and Alcohol team) Essex Police, Essex County Fire & Rescue Service, Office of Police and Crime Commissioner, South Essex Homes, National Probation Service and Health Services.
Southend CSP works together to ensure that the services they provide and commission respond to the aim of ‘Making Southend Safer’.
Residents can report anti- social behaviour to Jon Gurel, Community Safety Manager at Southend-on-Sea City Council : firstname.lastname@example.org
Jon emphasises the need for the public to REPORT any issues. Direct INTEL from the public is critical. This includes INCIDENTS, LOCATIONS, TIMES etc. Details of WHAT has been WITNESSED is used as EVIDENCE i.e. description of people involved.
If there is persistent ASB in an area then a PSPO ( Public Space Protection Order) can be enforced.