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New accommodation in district for people with disabilities
East Lindsey District Council is working with Platform Housing group to increase the number of properties built suitable for people with a disability and reducing the likelihood of having to use unsuitable accommodation.
Planning green light for College and Public Sector Hub in Horncastle
Plans for a new college and Public Sector Hub in Horncastle have today (August 6th) been approved with conditions.
Councillors' Community Grants
Councillors have recently supported their communities by awarding a range of grants.
Council sets ambitious target to reduce its environmental impact
East Lindsey District Council has this evening agreed an ambitious target for reducing is carbon emissions to net zero by 2040.
Local Government reorganisation in Greater Lincolnshire
Joint statement by District Council Leaders
The 2020 Electoral Canvass is coming to you soon
Residents are being encouraged not to lose their voice on decisions that affect them by making sure their electoral registration details are up to date.
District Council agrees adoption of Development Order for Fantasy Island site
Our Executive Board have agreed to adopt a Local Development Order (LDO) at the Fantasy Island site in Ingoldmells, which will permit the owners to undertake certain developments on site without the need for repeated applications for planning permission.
Coastal towns receive Government cash boost
The Government have announced that Mablethorpe and Skegness will receive additional funding through their Towns Fund scheme, as they look to kickstart the economy and instil greater resilience in local communities.
Leaders' statement: ''common sense" and "reasonable adjustments" needed when visiting our coast
A joint statement from Councillor Martin Hill, Leader of Lincolnshire County Council and Councillor Craig Leyland, Leader of East Lindsey District Council.
Ambitious strategic alliance - set to save £15.4m - given green light by Boston and East Lindsey Councils
Plans for an ambitious strategic alliance between Boston Borough Council and East Lindsey District Council have been given the go-ahead.