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  • Horncastle

  • Kingfisher Caravan Park

    Kingfisher Caravan Park is our static caravan site situated in the centre of Ingoldmells with 726 fully serviced pitches. All caravans at the park are privately owned and the site is open from 1 March to mid-November.

  • Louth

  • Mablethorpe TIC

    Mablethorpe TIC is situated in the Community Access Point on Stanley Avenue.

  • Manby

  • Skegness TIC

    Our Skegness TIC is situated inside the Embassy Theatre on Grand Parade.

  • Taxi and minicab licences
    • Council Service Responsibility

      A list of the Council authorities responsible for specific service areas.

    • Hire Vehicles

      Taxis and private hire vehicles play an important part in the country's transport system and they come in two varieties - the traditional hackney carriage (taxi) or a private hire vehicle (sometimes known as a minicab in certain parts of the UK).

    • Hire Vehicles - Equality Act 2010

  • Temporary Event Notice - Alcohol and Entertainment

    If you wish to hold an ad-hoc event in England or Wales, you must give a temporary event notice (TEN) to your local licensing authority no later than ten working days before the event.

  • Tenants

  • Tenants

  • Tourism

    From the tranquil rolling hills of the Lincolnshire Wolds (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) to our award winning golden-sanded coastline, East Lincolnshire offers you the chance to experience some wonderfully diverse countryside and our rich local heritage, which is steeped in history.

  • Tourist Information Centres

    Details of Tourist Information Centres that we provide. There are other Tourist Information Points run by community organisations.

  • Transparency

    In February 2015 the Government issued the Local Government Transparency Code 2015. Part 2 of the Code requires East Lindsey District Council to proactively publish, as a minimum, certain categories of information. <br /><br />This information includes Expenditure exceeding £250, Government Procurement Card transactions, Procurement Information, Local Authority Land, Social Housing Assets, Grants to voluntary, community and social Enterprise organisations, Organisation Chart, Trade Union Facility time, Parking account, Parking spaces, Senior Salaries, Constitution, Pay multiple, Fraud and Waste Contracts <br />

  • Traveller sites
  • Travelling people
  • Tree preservation
    • Other Tree and Hedge Protection

      In addition to Tree Preservation Orders, Conservation Areas and the Hedgerow Regulations, there are a number of other potential ways in which a tree or hedge may be protected. The most common ways are explained below.

    • Tree Preservation Orders

      Before carrying out any tree work it is important to find out whether the tree is protected by a Tree Preservation Order (TPO), Conservation Area, or through another form of protection. You may have already been notified that a TPO covers trees that you own, either when the order was originally served or through a Local Land Charges search carried out by your solicitor prior to you purchasing the property. If you are at all unsure as to whether a tree is protected please contact us for clarification.

    • Trees and Hedges

      We are responsible for administering tree protection measures across the District and for protecting important countryside hedgerows. We also are responsible for the management of trees on our land.

    • Trees, Hedges and Development

      We encourage the retention of existing trees and hedges on development sites, where those trees have been inspected and judged suitable for retention, in the interests of local landscape character.

  • Trees
    • Other Tree and Hedge Protection

      In addition to Tree Preservation Orders, Conservation Areas and the Hedgerow Regulations, there are a number of other potential ways in which a tree or hedge may be protected. The most common ways are explained below.

    • Trees and Hedges

      We are responsible for administering tree protection measures across the District and for protecting important countryside hedgerows. We also are responsible for the management of trees on our land.

    • Trees, Hedges and Development

      We encourage the retention of existing trees and hedges on development sites, where those trees have been inspected and judged suitable for retention, in the interests of local landscape character.

  • Working for Us

    We believe work should be enjoyable, challenging and rewarding and we work hard to create an environment in which you are supported to achieve your potential.

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