News Archive - 2021
Lancaster District Food Poverty Alliance launches five-year action plan 26 March 2021 The Lancaster District Food Poverty Alliance (LDFPA), which aims to ensure all residents have access to affordable, nourishing food, has launched a five-year action plan.
Mainway proposals move to the next stage 24 March 2021 Once in a generation proposals to improve social housing on the Mainway Estate in Lancaster have been given the green light to move to the next stage.
Mayor invites residents to join National Day of Reflection 23 March 2021 The Mayor of Lancaster has paid tribute to all those who have lost their lives due the Covid-19 pandemic and thanked the community for their support over the last 12 months.
Green Homes Grant – funding for energy efficiency measures 23 March 2021 Lancaster City Council, along with other councils in Lancashire, has been successful in receiving government funding from a scheme called the Green Homes Grant.
Changes to waste and recycling collections this Easter 18 March 2021 Don’t forget to check your waste and recycling calendar as there will be changes over the Easter bank holiday period to your normal collection days.
Heritage building to be lit by a rainbow of colours in support of UN Anti-Racism Day 18 March 2021 Lancaster’s Ashton Memorial will be illuminated by a rainbow of colours this Saturday (March 20) in support of UN Anti-Racism Day.
Free webinar aiming to support Lancashire businesses to safely reopen 12 March 2021 Businesses providing close contact services are being invited to attend a free webinar on safely reopening once permitted to do so by government.
Lancaster City Council receives funding to decarbonise Salt Ayre Leisure Centre 11 March 2021 Lancaster City Council has successfully secured £6.8m to significantly reduce CO2 emissions generated by Salt Ayre Leisure Centre.
Local businesses could be missing out on up to £20,000! 10 March 2021 Businesses that have not yet applied for the Local Restrictions Support Grant (Closed) and the LRSG (Open) will potentially miss out on up to £20,000 if they have not applied by March 31.