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East Lindsey District Council has committed to prioritising investment for market towns and parishes as part of the Council's budget setting for the coming year.
Members of the Local Government Association Special Interest Group for Internal Drainage Board levies have stressed the urgent need for funding reform to Government Ministers and MPs at a Parliamentary event.
Leaders from the South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership, comprised of Boston Borough Council, East Lindsey District Council and South Holland District Council, have today issued a joint response to plans to run a series of pylons and overhead lines through the sub-region.
A press release from Spilsby Sessions House
Nearly £30,000 of grants have been given to households which were flooded across the district following the storms in 2023.
A new creative, community-based project is set to launch next month with a day of arts, performances, and demonstrations at Meridale Youth and Community Hall in Sutton-on-Sea.
Nearly £2million has been awarded by South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership this week to support local business growth, skills and community projects across the sub-region through the UK Shared Prosperity and Rural Prosperity Funds (UKSPF/REPF).
This afternoon, Wednesday 24 January 2024, the Government has pledged its commitment to implementing a long-term solution to the way Internal Drainage Boards are funded.
The South and East Lincolnshire Council's Partnership's (SELCP) Crowdfunding platform, named 'South & East Lincolnshire Crowd' will open its next round of funding to support fantastic local causes across the sub-region.
Did you know that lighting fires in our homes is the largest source of harmful small particle air pollution in the UK? This type of air pollution can cause life-threatening illnesses, including heart and lung disease, making it crucial that we raise awareness about this growing issue.
East Lindsey District Council is asking residents and businesses to share their views on the proposed budget for 2024/25 which is centred on supporting investment and driving the local economy.
Residents can now renew or subscribe online for their green waste collections for 2024/25.
Christmas is a joyful time for many, but there's a lingering environmental impact that isn't often considered. It's estimated that we produce 30% more waste each Christmas, and our wrapping paper use alone costs the planet 50,000 trees! But, there's loads of ways to have a greener, thriftier Christmas, keeping all the wonder, fun and traditions. Which will you try?
At times of flooding - as seen most recently in Lincolnshire with Storm Babet - there are stations housing machinery which pump flood water away to help reduce flood risk to homes, businesses and farmland.
A former social services site, previously owned by Lincolnshire County Council, is being transformed into new affordable housing under the ownership of Acis Group, a charity that supports people through services including housing, skills and education.
The South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership is leading the way in delivering the most Home Upgrade Grants in the Midlands, just two years after starting to build its unique in-house team.
The three councils which form the South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership have collectively set their five-year vision for the communities they serve.
The South and East Lincolnshire Community Lottery has gone from strength to strength in its first year. Celebrating its one year anniversary on Saturday 25 November, the scheme to date has managed to raise £34.7k in Boston, East Lindsey and South Holland, supporting local community groups and charities such as Blackfriars Theatre and Arts Centre, Woodhall Spa Cricket Club and Moulton Windmill.
Local businesses and skills providers in the South and East Lincolnshire sub-region can now apply for grants that will support the growth of jobs and higher pay in our area.