Latest News from Lancaster City Council
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Local businesses are being invited to tender for ice cream pitches on Morecambe promenade following a decision by Lancaster City Council to open the trade back up to the private sector.
Lancaster City Council has vowed to support Freeman’s Wood and protect it for community use.
A quintet of Lancaster City Council’s parks and open spaces have been awarded the coveted Green Flag award.
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A Lancaster man is counting the cost of fly-tipping and a number of related offences.
A new consultation will gauge opinion on the possible introduction of a new policy which would require dogs to be kept on leads in Lancaster’s Williamson Park.
Local people are being invited to show how much they love their local parks during this year’s national Love Parks Week.
The Lancaster district’s annual electoral canvass begins this week and residents are being urged not to lose their right to vote.
A former bus station waiting room in Morecambe has been given a new lease of life and re-opened as a hang-out shelter for young people with help from The Prince’s Trust.
Morecambe is one of 50 areas around the country to have gone through to the second phase of a multi-million pound fund to transform their high streets and make them fit for the future. ..
A Lancaster City Councillor is to co-chair a new group that aims to help councils across the country to share ideas and coordinate action on climate change.
Lancaster City Council and Lancashire Digital Skills Partnership is joining forces with Lloyds Banking Group and digital giant Google to provide a free digital workshop for local businesses.
Lancaster City Council has formally approved an extension to the contract of its current chief executive while a permanent successor is found.
Lancaster City Council is working with local volunteers to create wildflower corridors across the district to benefit bees and other pollinating insects.
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A Heysham woman is counting the cost of failing to provide information to help identify those responsible for fly-tipping a large quantity of household waste.
Applications are being invited for one of Lancaster’s most historic traditions.
Lancaster City Council is joining forces with Boost Business Lancashire this month to host an event for people wanting to explore the finance options available for starting up, expanding or investing in their business.
Plans have been revealed for a brand new outdoor play area and crazy golf course at the award-winning Salt Ayre Leisure Centre.
A locally found hoard of 16 Bronze Age objects returned to Lancaster this month and on display at Lancaster’s City Museum.