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140 fruit trees are being planted this month across Boston, East Lindsey and South Holland by staff and volunteers as part of 'The Grow the Network' project to help promote wildlife and reduce carbon emissions.
We're delighted to bring you this fantastic new film promoting our wonderful Wolds Market Towns.
Mick Bucknall, a local builder has been fined earlier this month after pleading guilty to breaching building regulations in June 2020.
Lincolnshire's young carers, and their families and friends, are being invited to share their views on the support available locally.
£7.2 million has been awarded to The South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership to help improve resident's energy efficiency rating.
New building methods could be used across Greater Lincolnshire to help bring forward sustainable homes, with a Lincolnshire focused study into Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) to try to enable increased use of these innovative techniques.
Six properties funded from the Community Led Housing scheme have reached completion and are providing local families much needed suitable accommodation.
The Omicron Hospitality and Leisure Grant (OHLG), aimed at supporting those businesses in the hospitality, leisure, and accommodation sectors most impacted by the Covid-19 Omicron variant, is now open to eligible businesses in East Lindsey.
Flood Prevention works have now been completed in Binbrook
We are asking residents and businesses to have their say on the proposed budget for 2022/23.
Residents can now renew or subscribe online for their green waste collection and those who sign up online will get the chance to win a year's free subscription.
Councillor Craig Leyland delivers his Christmas message.
On 21 December 2021, the Government announced further financial assistance to specific sectors impacted by the spread of Covid-19 Omicron variant.
People across Lincolnshire are being strongly urged to 'get boosted' before Christmas, in response to the exceptionally quick spread of the Omicron Covid variant.
Local man from Grainthorpe has been found guilty of two Environmental Crime Offences
East Lindsey District Council has outlined its ambitious new plans and areas of focus for the area, aimed at increasing outcomes for residents and businesses across the District.
As part of the celebrations for Love Your Local Market 2021, ELDC once again held the very popular District's Favourite Market Trader of the Year competition with participating markets in East Lindsey - Louth, Horncastle, Spilsby, Wainfleet All Saints, Mablethorpe and Alford.
In response to two major strategic transport consultations, the South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership (Boston Borough Council, East Lindsey District Council, and South Holland District Council) has called for greater investment in public transport, roads, and green transport infrastructure.
Green waste bin charges to increase as agreed by East Lindsey District Council's Executive Board for 2022/2023.
East Lindsey has worked with our colleagues in the TED Ageing Better Programme (YMCA Lincolnshire) to identify what is age friendly in East Lindsey and what can be improved. East Lindsey District Council have made a commitment to support and enable people to live and age well across the district. We are proud to announce that we are now a member of the WHO Global Network of Age Friendly Cities & Communities.