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Call for Care from would-be visitors to East Lincolnshire
Ahead of the planned easing of lockdown measures, and an anticipated increase in visitors, we will be launching a new campaign calling for potential visitors to 'Care...' for East Lincolnshire.
Affordable Housing developments are on track to help local people
A property funded from the Community Led Housing scheme has reached completion and is providing a local family much needed suitable accommodation.
Protecting Lincolnshire's local heritage
A new project is underway to help protect Lincolnshire's local heritage.
Working together to deliver a successful Census 2021
We're working with the Office for National Statistics - which runs Census 2021 - to deliver a successful census and help local services to fully meet future needs.
District Council agrees investment in improved sports facilities
East Lindsey District Council have this evening agreed to support a programme of investment in sports facilities in the District.
Plans submitted for £6m redevelopment of Sutton on Sea Colonnade
Plans for the redevelopment of Sutton on Sea's Colonnade have been submitted for planning permission.
12 Public Toilets in East Lindsey celebrate success at the Loo of the Year Awards
12 Public toilets in East Lindsey have received national recognition at the Loo of the Year Awards, ranking them amongst some of the best in the country.
Senior Officers to lead Towns Fund Webinar
Michelle Sacks, Deputy Chief Executive (Place), and Lydia Rusling, Assistant Director - Towns Fund will front an upcoming webinar focussed on the Government's Towns Fund scheme.
Further changes to bin collections in parts of East Lindsey due to Covid-19
Some households in the south of East Lindsey are being advised of further changes to waste collections due to more crews testing positive for COVID-19.
Bin collections in parts of East Lindsey paused for remainder of the week due to Covid-19
Waste collections will be suspended in parts of East Lindsey from tomorrow (Wednesday, January 27) due to COVIDÔÇÉrelated staff absences.
Heat your house for less this winter with Lincs 4 Warmer Homes
Help with heating and energy bills is available as part of a scheme run by Boston Borough Council, East Lindsey District Council and other local authorities.
Business support pilot launched
We've launched a business support pilot aimed at supporting high street retailers in Alford and Spilsby.
Survey launched to understand business performance and needs
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.
Skegness Hotel premises licence revoked following COVID-19 breaches
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.
District Council call for an end to scam and nuisance calls
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.
Council Tourism Manager to lead national industry event
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.
Economic recovery is the focus in the District Council's budget for 2021/2022
We are inviting residents, businesses, and interested parties to have their say on our draft budget proposals for 2021/2022.
Works start on transformational coastal projects
Works are underway on two major projects which will deliver transformational change to two towns on the East Lindsey Coast.
Have your say on CCTV in Taxis
We are consulting on whether CCTV in Taxi and Private Hire Vehicles should be voluntary or mandatory.
Substantial funding secured to acquire accommodation for people sleeping rough
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.