Information and support regarding the cost of living crisis.
West Lindsey District Council has begun the process to appoint a contractor to demolish the former Lindsey Centre in Gainsborough.
The launch of the COVID-19 autumn booster has got off to a good start in Lincolnshire, with 27,498 booster vaccinations given (as of 21 September), however, the NHS is keen to encourage everyone eligible to keep coming forwards as soon as possible.
A statement from Leader of the Council, Cllr Owen Bierley, following Full Council on Monday 7 March 2022
West Lindsey District Council have recently launched a consultation to change how some privately rented homes in the District are managed and licensed – and have a number of crucial online information sessions open to landlords starting this week.
As part of urgent work to improve the mental health crisis care offered in Lincolnshire, and in our local communities, Gainsborough and Grantham have today joined the Night Light Café family and will be closely followed by Spalding, set to open next week.
West Lindsey District Council is launching a consultation on proposals to change how some private rented homes are managed and licensed.
The Leader of West Lindsey District Council has called on residents of West Lindsey to visit their local market over the next two weeks, and participate in the nation-wide Love Your Local Market Campaign.
Gainsborough MP Sir Edward Leigh was on hand to mark the start of works to develop new affordable homes in the town at an official groundbreaking ceremony.
Market traders across West Lindsey will be able to apply for a new grant as part of plans to boost markets across the district.
Established commercial property developers, Stirlin, have been given the green light for a new business park in Gainsborough.