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Spooky surprises in store this Halloween with Lancaster City Council
Lancaster City Council has some spooky surprises in store for local families this Halloween.
Cabinet agrees way forward for Canal Corridor development agreement
Lancaster City Council’s Cabinet has agreed to review a development agreement with British Land for the Canal Corridor North site.
Public consultation on Arkholme’s Conservation Area Appraisal
Lancaster City Council is inviting members of the public to have their say on a draft conservation area appraisal for Arkholme.
Canal Corridor North site to be discussed by Cabinet
Lancaster City Council’s Cabinet will receive legal advice on the implications of terminating a development agreement for the Canal Corridor North site when it next meets on Tuesday October 6.
Death of Councillor Christopher Leadbetter
Lancaster City Council is sad to report that, very sadly and unexpectedly, Councillor Christopher Leadbetter passed away on Saturday.
Relocation of Council Housing
Lancaster City Council’s council housing service will be relocating in the next few months.
Views sought on future voting arrangements
Voters are being asked to comment on future polling arrangements in the Heysham Central ward.
How should we plan for our district’s future?
The next step in helping to identify new land for building between 5,000 and 6,000 new homes will start next month with the launch of a major new public consultation.
Lancaster City Council v Oscar’s Wine Bar Limited
A Lancaster wine bar has been fined £100,000 after admitting health and safety breaches which led to a teenage girl having to have her stomach removed.
Lancaster City Council’s response to the government’s statement on Syrian refugees
Joint statement from Coun Eileen Blamire, leader of the council, and Mark Cullinan, chief executive: “Yesterday (Monday September 7) the Prime Minister announced that the UK will accept 20,000 Syrian refugees between now and 2020.
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