A strategic alliance between East Lindsey District Council and Boston Borough Council that was planned to save more than £15m over 10 years has been shelved after Boston Borough Council withdrew.
East Lindsey District Council has warned residents of a new email scam promising a refund of Council Tax.
New research has shown that more than one in three local jobs may be “at risk” in the District due to the fall-out from the coronavirus.
The Chief Executive of East Lindsey District Council, Stuart Davy, has announced that he is to retire later this year after ten years with the Council. Stuart will officially leave the Council on September 28, 2018, having been with the Council since 2008. Leader of the Council, Councillor Craig Leyland, said: “Stuart has helped steer this Council through some challenging times and as a Council, and individual Councillors, we’re grateful for the support we’ve received. […]
Lincolnshire Community and Voluntary Service (LCVS) has been informed by East Lindsey District Council of a proposal to stop funding LCVS from April next year. The proposals were announced this week as part of the district council’s proposed transformation programme for taking £6 million out of its budgets by March 2020. The proposals also include stopping community and councillor grants from April 2016. We know firsthand all of the vital work local groups do to […]
East Lindsey District Council has been accused of ‘throwing money down the pan’ amid plans for a U-turn on controversial car park charges. Sandra Campbell-Wardman, who is one of Horncastle’s three district Councillors, has confirmed plans to re-introduce free parking at a number of sites, including The Wong. The change would be part of a revamp of parking charges across East Lindsey following widespread criticism from residents and businesses about the current charging policy. […]