People’s Jury returns its verdict on climate change 24 November 2020 The Lancaster district’s People’s Jury has returned its verdict on what more needs to be done locally to effectively tackle climate change.
Mayor of Lancaster congratulates High Sheriff Award winners 19 November 2020 Recipients of an award presented to organisations that have gone the extra mile to support their communities have been congratulated by the Mayor of Lancaster.
More grants available for Covid-19 affected businesses 17 November 2020 Grants are now available to support businesses affected by the Lancaster district’s move into additional Covid-19 restrictions in September (Tier 2) and October (Tier 3) and the subsequent national lockdown.
Consultations begin on new polices for HMOs and To Let signs in Lancaster 12 November 2020 Lancaster City Council has launched two new consultations on policies which aim to better control the number of small Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs) and To Let signs in the city.
Children asked to take part in Covid-19 art competition 02 November 2020 The Mayor of Lancaster is asking primary school age pupils from across the district to use their artistic flair to help promote public health messages related to Covid-19 – with the winner bagging themselves £100 in book vouchers to spend this Christmas.