LCC will today (Feb 23) consider new proposals to commit extra money to help fill potholes and repair roads.
House visits had to be made due to the volume of interest.
Key partners and Organisations met with the media at Skegness Aquarium today to discuss plans to improve Skegness foreshore.
Natural England has today (24 January 2018) published its proposals to improve public access along a 57 mile stretch of coast between Sutton Bridge and Skegness. If approved, this route will become part of the England Coast Path – the 2700 mile long distance walking route and England’s newest National Trail currently being developed around…
Quick Links to the Full Proposal and Survey are at the bottom. EAST Lindsey District Council is inviting residents, business and interested parties to have their say on its draft budget proposals for 2018/19. Over the next four years, the District Council continues to face significant financial challenges and via its Transformation Programme is continuing…
East Lindsey District Council will grant a discount on Council Tax for young people leaving care from April 1, 2018; becoming the first Council in Lincolnshire to do so. The policy will mean care leavers aged between 18 – 21 years will not need to pay Council Tax, recognising that young people leaving care are…
East Lindsey District Council will not fund restoration of Skegness’ Tower Gardens Pavilion.
“Triton Knoll will deliver a very carefully targeted fund. We think that it’s only fair that causes, local to the new project infrastructure benefit.”
An upcoming workshop will help ensure local businesses don’t miss out on current EU funding opportunities.
A new trampoline park intended for Skegness is planned for Ingoldmells