Lancaster Grand Theatre to benefit from Heritage Action Zone funding 18 August 2020 Work has started to deliver essential repairs to Lancaster’s Grand Theatre as part of a £2.875million project to breathe new life into one of the city’s most historic areas.
Council leader demands urgent action to solve Burrow Beck flooding 11 August 2020 The leader of Lancaster City Council has written to the Prime Minister to urgently request £5million for flood defence and resilience measures in the Burrow Beck area of Lancaster.
Businesses urged to apply for coronavirus support grants 07 August 2020 The number of businesses that are eligible for discretionary grants of £2,000 has been increased, meaning many more can now get vital cash to help them cope with the continuing effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
Lancaster City Council adopts new planning framework 30 July 2020 Lancaster City Council last night (July 29) adopted its Local Plan, a comprehensive planning framework that ensures that the needs of current and future generations are met in a sustainable and appropriate manner.
Delivering a digital future 29 July 2020 Lancaster City Council has signed the Local Digital Declaration, committing itself to expanding its use of technology to make services more efficient and easier to use.
Venues reminded of need to have proper Covid procedures 23 July 2020 Licensed premises that do not implement adequate Covid-19 controls face being issued with improvement notices or having their licences reviewed, Lancaster City Council has warned today.
Council leaders around Morecambe Bay ask for partnership to be considered in devolution talks 23 July 2020 The leaders of three councils around Morecambe Bay have jointly asked for their cross-boundary partnership to be considered in discussions about devolution and potential local government reorganisation.