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From January last year, the collection of garden waste from households in the Lancaster district became a subscription-only service as a result of losing funding from Lancashire County Council towards the recycling service, along with ongoing reductions in funding from central government.
During its first year of operation, the subscription service was used by more than 21,000 households, with some residents sharing bins with neighbours to halve the cost of the service and others not requiring the service at all.
For 2018/19, the subscription cost is £40 per bin, for collections from 1 April 2018 to 31 March 2019.
Residents already subscribed to the service have been sent an email or letter with instructions on how to quickly and conveniently renew their subscription and urging them to re-subscribe by the end of February to ensure a continuous collection service.
Residents who no longer wish to use the service do not need to do anything – their subscription will cease on 31 March and they will no longer receive garden waste collections.
Last updated: 01 February 2018