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We have commissioned a study among a range of businesses across the District in order to collect data on business performance, support, finance, employment and skills, both now and for the future and be used for strategic planning purposes.
The Premises Licence of the Grosvenor House Hotel on North Parade, Skegness has been revoked by East Lindsey District Council after hearing evidence at the Licensing Committee.
We will lobby local MP's to help bring an end to scams and nuisance calls after concerning reports of their impact on local communities and residents.
This Thursday, Lydia Rusling, Assistant Director for Towns Fund and Head of Economic Development & Tourism at East Lindsey District and Boston Borough Councils will host a national Public Policy Exchange event that looks at the future of tourism in the UK.
We are inviting residents, businesses, and interested parties to have their say on our draft budget proposals for 2021/2022.
Works are underway on two major projects which will deliver transformational change to two towns on the East Lindsey Coast.
We are consulting on whether CCTV in Taxi and Private Hire Vehicles should be voluntary or mandatory.
OVER £1million of funding has been secured to acquire accommodation units in East Lindsey and Boston to prevent homelessness as part of the next phase of the Governments COVID19 response.
Councillor Craig Leyland has issued a statement following the announcement that Lincolnshire will be placed into Tier 3 when national restrictions come to an end next week.
We recently announced that we will be appointing new Covid Advisors to support residents and businesses in understanding the latest guidance on Covid-19 restrictions
A Carbon Reduction plan that details the pathway we will take in order to meet our net zero emissions ambition by 2040 has been agreed by our Executive Board.
Leader of the Council, Councillor Craig Leyland, has issued a statement following the Prime Minister's announcement that England is set to enter a four-week lockdown from November 5
Following months of engagement, project planning and analysis, plans setting out millions of pounds' worth of investment have been submitted to the Government by the Connected Coast Board on behalf of Mablethorpe and Skegness.
Leader of the Council, Councillor Craig Leyland, has urged residents to continue to follow the government guidance, and help each other to stay safe as Covid-19 cases rise across the country.
We are urging businesses in the district to ensure that their business rates listing is accurate and up to date.
Our Strategic Alliance with Boston Borough Council has already identified thousands of pounds in savings.
Residents are being asked for their views on the local Council Tax Support Scheme for 2021/22.
A new initiative, designed to promote and champion our town centres as safe places to shop and visit, launches this month. Shop Local, Stay Safe, Be Kind aims to encourage residents and visitors alike to safely rediscover the district's market towns.
If you have been affected by the recent flooding, this page has some helpful links and contacts.