Pitsea is a small town in south Essex, England. It comprises five sub-districts: Eversley, Northlands Park Neighbourhood (Previously known as Felmores), Chalvedon, Pitsea Mount and Burnt Mills. It is share of the further town of Basildon.
During the instigation of the supplementary town of Basildon in the late 1940s and to the front 1950s, “Pitsea” (as well “Vange” and “Laindon”) were considered as names for the new town. Because Basildon village was central to the district, the town was named “Basildon”. Before the new town regeneration, Pitsea was made up of scheme lands and was regarded as manage down.