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A new South & East Lincolnshire Cultural Conference will take place for the first time this May, giving arts and heritage organisations and practitioners across the region the chance to network, share ideas and get involved in the launch of a new creative programme of work.
South Holland District Council has announced it has issued 296 Fixed Penalty Notices (FPNs) and carried out further court prosecutions in the first part of 2024 as the authority continues its fight against enviro-crime across the District.
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South Holland District Council has delivered a record 76 new homes for residents this financial year, making quality private and council rental and shared ownership properties available across the District.
Welland Homes, a housing company wholly owned by South Holland District Council, is donating its £128,274 profit for the year to four local charities, helping to support in-need residents in the District.
More than £1.8million has been awarded by the South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund to projects aimed at supporting residents into higher skilled, higher paid work.
South Holland District Council is reaching a historic milestone as the authority marks its 50th year of serving the local community.
South Holland District Council is working with Heritage Lincolnshire and local people to create a heritage strategy for Spalding as part of Spalding Reconnected, a project celebrating and reconnecting the historic Spalding town centre and riverside, funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, thanks to National Lottery players.
South Holland District Council has today (14 March) launched a public consultation to ask residents for their feedback on a £26 million Government supported project to create a new South Holland Health & Wellbeing Hub.
On Thursday 29 February, a full meeting of South Holland District Council approved a range of new services for residents in a bid to improve its sheltered housing provision for residents across the District, including: introducing a 'handyperson service', refurbishing community centres, hiring additional Independent Living Officers, working closer with partners to tackle social isolation and much more.