Latest News from Lancaster City Council
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Lancaster City Council’s Operation Peregrine fly-tipping campaign rolled out its new powers this month to seize, impound and crush vehicles it suspects of being involved in fly-tipping.
Lancaster City Council joined forces with the police last week to prevent an unregistered tattoo parlour operating illegally from a premises in Morecambe.
Lancaster City Council is launching a consultation on its new Heritage Strategy and a six-week public consultation period will run from July 30 until September 10. The document set..
Lancaster City Council is inviting residents and businesses to a drop-in event for people to find out how plans for a flood risk management scheme on Caton Road will benefit people working and living in the area.
A multi-agency operation has conducted inspections on cargo trailers passing through Heysham Port to disrupt and deter organised criminality.
Lancaster City Council has joined forces with Lancashire Police to reduce youth anti-social behaviour.
One of Lancaster’s most historic traditions was celebrated on Saturday (July 14) when nine people were admitted as Freemen of the City.
Ryelands Park has been awarded a Green Flag for the very first time, following close partnership work between Lancaster City Council and local residents.
Lancaster’s Williamson Park has continued to grow its green credentials by teaming up with the Eco Heroes.
Commitment and dedication to serving the people of the Lancaster district has seen a Lancaster City Council employee receive national recognition.
Lancaster City Council needs your help to improve its complaints process.
A year-long pilot study has just started trialling different methods of weed control on problematic sites in the Morecambe and Heysham area.
Lancaster City Council, along with partners Alliance Leisure, have won another top award for their redevelopment of Salt Ayre Leisure Centre.
Lancaster City Council is asking for the community’s help to identify potential sites across the district which could meet the needs of existing and future gypsy and traveller communities.
Lancaster City Council is inviting residents on the lookout for affordable rented housing in the Lancaster district to join its Housing Options Team at a drop in session taking place next week in Halton, near Lancaster.
The first neighbourhood plan has been formally submitted to Lancaster City Council by Wray with Botton Parish Council.
Volunteers from across Lancaster came together to celebrate the year’s success at the Volunteer Achievement Awards 2018, with an appropriately named volunteer walking off with the big prize.
Lancaster City Council is stepping up its campaign to help people with disabilities remain independent and safe in their home.
If you’ve ever fancied being your own boss or bringing your business to the high street, then the introductory offer of free and reduced rental on stalls and pitches at Lancaster and Morecambe markets might just be the answer.
Lancaster City Council is giving the opportunity for more people to have your say on its developing Council Plan for 2018-2022 with a further two drop-in sessions in Morecambe and Carnforth.