Council receives funding to help decarbonise its buildings 14 September 2021 Lancaster City Council has been awarded up to £150,000 to find creative and innovative solutions to reduce the carbon footprint of its buildings.
Covid-19 vaccination will be required for those entering a care home 13 September 2021 Tradespeople, hairdressers and healthcare workers are among those being urged to get double jabbed so they can continue working in care homes.
Lancaster City Council's housing team wins top award 13 September 2021 The outstanding work undertaken by Lancaster City Council to support its tenants through the Covid-19 pandemic has been recognised with an acclaimed award from a national body that promotes excellence in public services.
Mayor congratulates Paralympian gold medallists 10 September 2021 Wheelchair Rugby Paralympian gold medallists, Ayaz Bhuta and Stuart Robinson, returned to their training base at Salt Ayre Leisure Centre in Lancaster to meet the Mayor of Lancaster, Councillor Mike Greenall.
Changes to waste and recycling collections coming soon 31 August 2021 Waste and recycling collections for the majority of residents is set to change next week as part of Lancaster City Council’s ongoing commitment to tackling the climate emergency.
Lancaster City Council consults on Public Space Protection Orders 24 August 2021 Lancaster City Council is asking local residents and businesses for their views on new Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs) which will allow it to deal more effectively with cases of anti-social behaviour in a number of defined areas in the district.