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East Lindsey District Council's proposals to reach their goal of being net zero by 2040 and to have a 45% reduction in carbon emissions by 2027.
We are responsible for the sweeping, litter picking and general cleansing of our land and public adopted highways, including emptying litter and dog waste bins and removing dead animals.
Responsibilities of East Lindsey District Council and Lincolnshire County Council regarding trees and verges in the district.
We have spent more than 6000 hours clearing over 1200 fly tips in the last year. You can help to reduce this figure - See it, Stop it!
We maintain a number of parks and open spaces across the district, which involves cutting the grass, planting flowers, and trimming hedges.
We have a statutory duty to remove and dispose of motor vehicles abandoned on open land.
We maintain a Memorial dedicated to the memory of those involved in the Dambuster raids of the Second World War, which is sited at Woodhall Spa.
PSP (Paralytic Shellfish Poison) is a naturally‚Äźoccurring marine biotoxin produced by algae.
In 2021, the Council worked with parish councils, local community groups and Platform Housing to plant 10 new Community Orchards across the District. Following on from the 'Bearing Fruit' initiative a second round of funding was awarded in 2022, allowing 11 additional community orchards to be planted and two further orchard sites to be extended, thereby 'Growing the Network'.