Our Partners

Essex County Council School Travel Plans –

All schools in Essex have free access to the Modeshift STARS online tool. This provides the entire framework needed to develop, maintain and improve a School Travel Plan, with the chance for schools to progressively earn Bronze, Silver and Gold Accreditation. If your school would like to develop their own Travel Plan, contact travelplanteam@essex.gov.uk for more information.  

Useful Links

Travelling to School – Essex County Council

Transport and Roads -Essex County Council

Activities in Essex – Essex County Council

Visit Essex – Essex Council Council

Essex County Council’s – Sustainable Travel Planning Team

Support cycling, walking, scooting and other forms of sustainable travel with a School Travel Plan. These can decrease the traffic levels around your school, improving both safety and air quality, and develop a healthier, happier school population. Schools can compete against each other every term in ‘The Eco Race’, with awards to be won.

Walking to School

Cycling to School

Street Scene Reporting (report dumped rubbish, street light problems, potholes and other problems on Roads and Pavements, parks, open areas and trees, abandoned vehicles and street cleaning) – Street Cleaning Reporting

What is happening in Basildon, from leisure facilities to theatre events – Basildon Leisure

SEPP: The South Essex Parking Partnership

The Parking Partnership is a Council-run organisation which brings together all street-based parking services in Essex.

The aim is to administer the parking rules to a fair, proportionate and consistent standard in order to provide a service in a reasonable and responsible way.

The service is a partnership between Essex County Council and 12 Borough/City/District Councils and is run in two areas:

  • the North Essex Parking Partnership (led by Colchester Borough Council)
  • the South Essex Parking Partnership (led by Chelmsford City Council)

Each Partnership is responsible for:

  • its area’s on-street Civil Enforcement Officers (“traffic wardens”)
  • the enforcement process, together with challenges to, and payments of, parking penalties (“parking fines”)
  • the administration of the parking restrictions (“yellow lines”) and the management and maintenance of permit schemes

The Safer Essex Roads Partnership (SERP) – www.Saferessexroads.org

The Safer Essex Roads Partnership (SERP) has brought together the three local authority areas of Essex County Council, Southend-on-Sea Borough Council and Thurrock Council to provide a road safety service across ‘Greater Essex’.

The other SERP partners are Essex Police, Essex Fire and Rescue Service, Highways England, The Essex and Herts Air Ambulance Trust, The East of England NHS Trust and The Safer Roads Foundation.

If you would like to arrange for an officer from the Road Safety Team to visit your school to delivery road safety walks to reception classes and pedestrian training to Year 5 pupils, please email; SaferEssexRoads@essexhighways.org