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  • Messenger e-newsletter

    The East Lindsey Messenger is a FREE bi-monthly e-newsletter distributed by email to anyone who wishes to subscribe.

  • Nature conservation
    • Advice for Residents in a Conservation Area

      Conservation Areas are areas identified as having special architectural or historic interest. A conservation area can protect against alterations to properties and also against damage to trees.

    • Area Appraisals

      Draft Conservation Area Appraisals for Alford, Horncastle, Louth, Spilsby, Wainfleet and Woodhall Spa are available for you to download.

    • Article 4 Directions and Local Development Orders

      Article 4 Directions and Local Development Orders are important tools. Each of these planning tools has a different role to play. More information on Article 4 Directions and Local Development Orders in East Lindsey is available below.

    • Conservation Areas

      Each historic town or village has a character of its own. The identity of a place is the result of a mixture of landscape, building materials, building traditions and economic activity.

    • Sustainability Appraisal

      Below you will find supporting evidence for the Sustainability Appraisal.

    • Trees in Conservation Areas

      Our district currently has Conservation Areas in 17 settlements; Alford, Binbrook, Burgh le Marsh, Horncastle, Hundleby, Louth, Raithby, Revesby, South Willingham, Spilsby, North Thoresby, Old Bolingbroke, Tattershall, Thimbleby, Wainfleet, Woodhall Spa and Wragby.

  • Nature reserves
    • Visiting the Beach

      East Lindsey has miles of wonderful beaches which can be enjoyed all year round. Bring a picnic, set up camp for the day and enjoy the vast expanses of sand and sea; go beachcombing, paddling or even for a swim!

  • Noise
    • Noise Pollution

      We can investigate noise nuisance complaints ranging from amplified music and car alarms to bird scarers and construction sites.

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