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East Lindsey District Council first introduced the Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) in October 2017, in line with legislation updates to the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014. It replaced the East Lindsey Dog Control Order 2008 and is due to expire in November 2021.
Continued partnership working with Citizens Advice Lindsey (CAL) has been identified as in local need of practical support to help people recover from the social and economic impact of the COVID pandemic.
Boston Borough Council, East Lindsey District Council and South Holland District Council have confirmed their intention to support the Government's Afghan Relocations and Assistance Policy (ARAP).
Building has started on properties in Tattershall as part of our Community Led Housing Scheme, providing housing for the benefit of the local community.
East Lindsey's first 'Age Friendly Baseline Assessment Report' has been published this week. The report looks to assess the Age Friendliness of the East Lindsey district, against the World Health Organisation's Age Friendly Framework.
We've launched a brand-new site to help promote and celebrate all that's wonderful about Horncastle.
Boston Borough, East Lindsey and South Holland District Councils have formally signed off on plans to create an ambitious new partnership - the largest such partnership of councils in the country.
Councillor Leyland shared the following statement on proposals from the Radioactive Waste Management authority for the former ConocoPhillips site at Theddlethorpe.
As the 2021 Electoral Canvass begins, we're encouraging residents to take any necessary action, to ensure they don't lose their voice on decisions that affect them
Our Community Led Housing scheme continues to provide affordable housing for the benefit of the local community, with building nearing completion on a development of six new properties in North Somercotes.
Unfortunately, on Wednesday 21st of July, an individual was seen deliberately causing damage to the Fairy Dell at Skegness by pulling up the flooring material.
We're supporting a range of initiatives designed to help the area's recovery from the pandemic and encourage shoppers back to the high street, after being awarded £226,000 through the Government's Welcome Back Fund.
Boston Borough Council and East Lindsey District Council are celebrating their first anniversary of working together as a Strategic Alliance which, despite being formed in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, is already delivering significant savings, attracting millions of pounds of grant funding, and working to deliver services to their communities in a more innovative and efficient way.
East Lindsey District Council are supporting a range of initiatives designed to help the area's recovery from the pandemic and encourage shoppers back to the high street, after being awarded £226,000 through the Government's Welcome Back.
PROPOSALS to improve and diversify the way in which East Lindsey residents access Council services have been approved by the District Council's Executive Board.
The Chair of the Connected Coast Board, the organisation responsible for developing Towns Fund bids for Mablethorpe and Skegness, has announced that she is to step back from the role.
A brand new market is coming to Louth for three Sundays this July, August and September.
Viking Link, working with Balfour Beatty and Allelys, will be carrying out activities to transport cable drums from the Port of Boston to secure compound locations off the A1111, A1104 and the A52 at Sandilands, via Alford.
Connectivity and culture are at the heart of an ambitious £20m bid that we have submitted to the Government's Levelling Up Fund.
A SUITE of new safety measures will be installed on the East Coast after a successful £245,000 bid for Government funding. The project will see new CCTV, lighting and digital crime reduction schemes installed in Ingoldmells.