Latest News from Lancaster City Council
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Plans have been approved for the former waiting room at Morecambe Bus Station to be used to provide a hang-out shelter for young people.
Lancaster City Council has today announced that its chief executive, Susan Parsonage, will be moving on to take up the role of permanent chief executive for Wokingham Borough Council. She is expected to start this role in mid-March 2019.
There will be a number of changes to the availability of council services and facilities this Christmas.
Businesses hail the start of a ‘bright new beginning’ for the region
Lancaster’s Williamson Park has introduced a ‘latte levy’ in a bid to stem the rising tide of plastic waste.
Don’t forget to check your collection calendar as there will be changes over the Christmas period to your normal waste and recycling collection days. The changes begin Saturday before Christmas Day and finish on Saturday January 5.
A Morecambe based cafe business has been fined £5,600 including a victim surcharge of £170 and £2,044.84 costs after pleading guilty at Lancaster Magistrates Court to breaching food hygiene regulations.
Two men are counting the cost of their actions after being ordered to pay a total of £3,030 in fines and costs for fly-tipping a large quantity of household waste at Warton Crag.
Plans to breathe new life into a former department store in Morecambe’s West End have taken a step forward with the awarding of £40,000 in Government cash.
Everyone is invited to delve into Morecambe Bay’s maritime industrial and archaeological past with an exhibition at Lancaster’s Maritime Museum.
The Eden Project has unveiled its vision for Eden Project North, a major new attraction in Morecambe.
Lancaster Town Hall will be opening its doors again this Christmas for two special guided tours of this landmark building followed by homemade mince pies and mulled wine.
As part of its Operation Peregrine campaign, Lancaster City Council is urging residents and businesses wanting to make sure their waste is disposed of legitimately to think S.C.R.A.P.
The Mayor of Lancaster is asking primary school age pupils from across the district to design him a Christmas card.
Lancaster City Council has pledged to work with the city’s Musicians’ Co-op to help secure their long-term future.
Lancaster City Council has approved plans for a major new flood relief scheme that will protect businesses along Caton Road.
Christmas shoppers will be able to enjoy free parking at selected times in Lancaster and Morecambe in the run up to Christmas.
A sombre reflection on the horrors of World War I has won a 10-year-old schoolboy a poetry competition and the honour of being crowned the Lancaster district’s junior poet laureate.
Record crowds in the region of 48,000 people descended on Lancaster at the weekend to enjoy this year’s magical two-night festival of light, music, art and fireworks in the city.
Lancaster City Council has paid tribute to a former city councillor, Evelyn Archer, who passed away on Sunday.