This Enforcement policy is one of a number of policies produced by West Lindsey District Council with the aim of providing the public, businesses council members and officers with help and guidance in relation to how the council carries out its enforcement role across a range of service areas. Whilst the policy aims to provide a clear understanding to the reader, it cannot be considered as being exhaustive due to the complexity of some circumstances.
Public Protection Services is divided into four sections: Food/Health and Safety, Environmental Protection, Community Health and Licensing. This policy applies to all areas of work carried out by the officers within the above sections and is available to download in PDF format from the Downloads section.
West Lindsey District CouncilGuildhall, Marshall's YardGainsboroughLincolnshireDN21 2NA
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