Latest News from Lancaster City Council
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Lancaster City Council has been successful in an expression of interest for funds to help boost the local economy by transforming one of Lancaster’s most historic areas.
Lancaster City council has joined forces with the Lune Valley Flood Forum for a new event aimed at encouraging landowners and anyone with an interest to find out more about the benefits of tree planting.
Lancaster City Council and South Lakeland District Council (SLDC) have been praised for their cross-border work aimed at protecting a nationally important landscape. The prize for the L..
Lancaster City Council is joining forces with Morecambe Town Council and the Friends of Torrisholme Cemetery to crack down on irresponsible dog owners who allow their animals to foul graves and headstones.
Lancaster City Council is urging local community organisations to get in touch to find out more about help that’s available for building new affordable housing schemes, following two recent successful grant awards.
Lancaster City Council is seeking public opinion on whether the Local Plan is ‘legally compliant and sound’ following the publication of proposed main modifications.
“Wonderfully, beautifully emotive”. Those words are not how you might expect someone to describe an exhibition of paintings about post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Lancaster City Council is pleased to be a headline sponsor of this year’s North Lancashire Expo.
England’s largest festival of history, architecture and culture will be returning again to Lancaster and Morecambe Bay from 13-22 September.
A review of the HS2 rail project has been cautiously welcomed by Lancaster City Council, as it presses ahead with its calls for the city to be a primary stopping station.
The Platform have announced their new season of events that will feature over 50 shows running from September until March.
The Platform have announced their new season of events that will feature over 50 shows.
A Lancaster man has been ordered to pay a total of £335 after being found guilty of committing anti-social behaviour in Lancaster City Centre.
A Home Improvement Agency (HIA) caseworker employed by Lancaster City Council has been recognised for going that extra mile in transforming people’s lives by being shortlisted for a national award.
Vintage by the Sea, one of the best retro and vintage events around the world*, returns to the seafront of Morecambe on Saturday 31 August and Sunday 1 September. Co-curated and produced in..
Lancaster City Council is conducting a review of the polling arrangements it uses at elections.
Lancaster City Council is hosting a number of free business support events over the coming months for local businesses of all types and stages, whether new, pre-start or well established.
We've been made aware by United Utilities that customers in the LA1/LA2 area are suffering a loss of water, which they are currently investigating.
Arts and culture across Morecambe Bay have received a welcome boost with the area being accepted as an Arts Council Cultural Compact.
Lancaster City Council has pledged to help plant a million trees across north Lancashire as part of the Northern Forest project.