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Nearly £2million has been awarded by South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership this week to support local business growth, skills and community projects across the sub-region through the UK Shared Prosperity and Rural Prosperity Funds (UKSPF/REPF).
South Holland District Council is asking residents and businesses to share their views on the proposed budget for 2024/25.
This afternoon, Wednesday 24 January 2024, the Government has pledged its commitment to implementing a long-term solution to the way Internal Drainage Boards are funded.
The South and East Lincolnshire Council's Partnership's (SELCP) Crowdfunding platform, named 'South & East Lincolnshire Crowd' will open its next round of funding to support fantastic local causes across the sub-region.
Did you know that lighting fires in our homes is the largest source of harmful small particle air pollution in the UK? This type of air pollution can cause life-threatening illnesses, including heart and lung disease, making it crucial that we raise awareness about this growing issue.
A number of families in South Holland will be in new homes in time for Christmas thanks to a South Holland District Council's new housing acquisitions which completed last week.
Christmas is a joyful time for many, but there's a lingering environmental impact that isn't often considered. It's estimated that we produce 30% more waste each Christmas, and our wrapping paper use alone costs the planet 50,000 trees! But, there's loads of ways to have a greener, thriftier Christmas, keeping all the wonder, fun and traditions. Which will you try?
At times of flooding - as seen most recently in Lincolnshire with Storm Babet - there are stations housing machinery which pump flood water away to help reduce flood risk to homes, businesses and farmland.
The South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership is leading the way in delivering the most Home Upgrade Grants in the Midlands, just two years after starting to build its unique in-house team.
The three councils which form the South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership have collectively set their five-year vision for the communities they serve.