News Archive - December 2019
Schoolboy designs a Christmas card fit for the Queen 23 December 2019 The artistic talents of a Lancaster schoolboy saw him beat off competition from hundreds of rivals and design a Christmas card fit for the Queen.
Clean, green, travel machine gets set to turn heads 20 December 2019 Lancaster City Council has just licensed its first electric private hire vehicle, which just so happens to be one of the most sought after and prestigious cars on the market today – a Model 3 Tesla.
Help shape the future of the Canal Quarter 16 December 2019 A chance for people to have their say about a blueprint for the Canal Quarter in Lancaster has just started, with the launch of an eight-week consultation.
Changes to city council services and facilities this Christmas 16 December 2019 There will be a number of changes to the availability of council services and facilities this Christmas.
Christmas waste and recycling collections 11 December 2019 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.
Empty house given new lease of life 05 December 2019 A derelict house in Morecambe’s West End that was left empty for more than six years is to be given a new lease of life thanks to the tenacious efforts of Lancaster City Council.
Men fined for fly-tipping related offences 04 December 2019 Two people are counting the cost of their actions after being ordered to pay a total of £6,728.69 in fines and costs for fly-tipping and waste related offences.
Help us plant a million trees 04 December 2019 Lancaster City Council is asking schools, businesses and communities to dig deep and help to fulfil its pledge to plant one million trees across north Lancashire as part of the Northern Forest project.