Downloads Proposed PSPO Document Proposed PSPO (PDF, 387.48KB) Latest news Chairman's hopes for civic year! Over 300 Ukranian guests welcomed into Lincolnshire homes Leading European manufacturer set to locate a storage and distribution facility in Gainsborough More news Previous consultations Housing Strategy Consultation Sustainability, Climate Change and Environment Consultation and Engagement - Phase 1 and 2 Removal of Public Payphones Budget Consultation 2021 Hemswell Public Space Protection Order 2021 Comments on Market Rasen EV Charging Points at Market Rasen Leisure Centre County Views Removal of Payphones Environmental Permitting Application: Lea Fields Crematorium Environmental Permitting Application: Brayford Plastics Limited Gainsborough Town Centre Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan District wide PSPO on Dog Fouling Housing for Older People Citizen Panel Survey 22 - January 2019 Budget Consultation 2018 Market Rasen Dry Leisure Facility Local Council Tax Support Scheme Consultation 2019/20 Market Rasen Car Parking Civil Penalties Consultation Shopping Trolleys Digital Consultation Choice Based Lettings Policy Hemswell Cliff Public Space Protection Order 2017 Garden waste consultation Citizen Panel - Survey 21 Autumn 2017 Gainsborough Car Parking Draft Housing Strategy 2018/22 Local Council Tax Support Scheme Consultation Proposed Gainsborough Crematorium Caistor CCTV Survey Budget Consultation 2017 High speed broadband Public Space Protection Order Gainsborough Town Council Public Space Protection Order - Trinity Arts Hemswell Cliff Local Development Order and Food Enterprise Zone Public Space Protection Order Consultation District Wide Budget Consultation 2016/17 Governance Arrangements 2016/17 Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) Public Space Protection Order - Gainsborough Town Council Cemeteries Public Space Protection Order - Trinity Arts Centre Citizens' Panel - Survey 12 June/July 2013 CCTV Survey - 2015 Following the end of public consultation in January and analysis of the results, it was decided that closure of the footpath between Enderby Crescent and ‘Rec Hill’ would NOT be recommended. The recommendation not to close went before the Licencing and Regulatory Committee in March and was upheld. The footpath will therefore remain open, with alternatives considered for dealing with any ongoing problems. We would like to thank again all those who took time to respond to the consultation and let us know their views, whether for or against closure.