Council achieves top Ministry of Defence recognition award 30 November 2022 Lancaster City Council is delighted to have received the Ministry of Defence Gold Employer Recognition Award for its commitment to the employment of the Armed Forces Community.
Queen’s Trees planted in Lancaster and Morecambe as a thank you to volunteers 29 November 2022 Two special trees have been planted in honour of the late Queen Elizabeth II as a thank you to all local volunteers who make the community a better place.
Lancaster City Council rolls out workshop to help children prevent the spread of colds and viruses 24 November 2022 A sneezing wolf and a light up bug are helping youngsters to learn how to stop the spread of germs.
Funding to drive up standards in the supported housing sector 24 November 2022 Lancaster City Council and Preston City Council are to jointly receive £627,000 in Government funding to drive up standards in the supported housing sector.
Public meeting to discuss fly-tipping 22 November 2022 Residents and businesses are being invited to a public meeting to share their ideas of how to reduce fly-tipping and help Lancaster City Council improve its approach.
Brownfield Land Funding boosts Canal Quarter housing plans 21 November 2022 Lancaster City Council’s ambitions to build new affordable housing on the Canal Quarter site have moved one step closer thanks to the award of government grants worth just under £3million.
Support on offer for those experiencing financial hardship 11 November 2022 Lancaster City Council has launched the third round of its Household Support Fund to help residents who are experiencing financial hardship.
More support on offer to deal with the cost of living crisis 09 November 2022 With inflation continuing to bite, Lancaster City Council has expanded the range of information available on its website to support residents and businesses in dealing with the cost of living crisis.