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The 2018 Boundary Review - Revised Proposals for new Parliamentary Constituency Boundaries

The 2018 Boundary Review - Revised Proposals for new Parliamentary Constituency Boundaries

The Revised proposals, published on 17 October 2017, set out the new constituencies.

You have until 11 December 2017 to tell them what you think of them.

Review details

What do you need to know?

  • The number of constituencies in the East Midlands must reduce from 46 to 44
  • By law, every constituency proposed must contain between 71,031 and 78,507 electors
  • They largely use local government wards as the building blocks for proposed constituencies
  • They try to retain existing constituencies where possible
  • They try to have regard to geographic factors

To view the view the proposals and make comments, then please visit their website www.bce2018.org.uk More »

Alternatively, paper copies are available to view at the Town Clerks Office. » Less

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 12:16 by Steve Larner

Remembrance Day Parade - Details of New Route

Remembrance Day Parade - Details of New Route

Sunday 12th November 2017

Please see below details of the Remembrance Parade, please note that the route has changed this year.

The parade will start from the Hildreds service yard off Beresford Avenue. Please arrive at the service yard to be assembled by 10.15am ready for the march to start at 10.30am prompt.

The parade will turn left onto Beresford Avenue, then left onto Lumley Road. The parade will proceed along Lumley Road before turning right onto Lumley Avenue then straight ahead onto St Matthew's Church. More »

Please see the map attached below showing the new route.

We are looking for volunteers to help marshal the parade. If you would like to help, please contact the Town Clerk on 01754 766113. Full training will be provided.

Mon, 16 Oct 2017 14:38 by Steve Larner

Public Space Protection Order comes into effect from October 20

Public Space Protection Order comes into effect from October 20

IRRESPONBILE dog owners are in for a bigger fine if they fail to clear up after their pet when the Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) for the District comes into force on October 20, 2017.

The PSPO replaces the existing Dog Control Order following a change in national legislation, and identifies areas of land that dogs will not be permitted on, including play parks and certain areas of the beach during the summer season. More »

The Order:

  • Makes it an offence not to remove dog faeces from public roads; private roads to which the public have access; public footpaths; private footpaths to which the public have access; and any other land that is open to the air and to which the public are entitled or permitted to have access.
  • Bans dogs from any gated and fenced children's play area with play equipment within the East Lindsey area.
  • Bans dogs from Skegness, Sutton on Sea and Mablethorpe main beaches from May 1 to September 30.
  • Makes it an offence not to place a dog on a lead when requested by any Police Constable, Police Community Support Officer or Council Officer. This will apply to any public open spaces.

In addition to beaches and play parks, the following locations will also have dog bans in place which will be managed locally by the respective Town and Parish Councils.

Skegness

  • To permanently exclude dogs from St Mary's cemetery.
  • To make St Clement's Cemetery a dogs on leads area.

Chapel St Leonards

  • Seasonal dog ban on the beach and promenade 200 metres either side of the main Pullover in Chapel St Leonards between May 1 and September 30 each year.
  • Dogs must be placed and kept on a lead at all times on the promenade 200 metres either side of the Main Pullover at Chapel St Leonards.
  • Dogs must be placed and kept on a lead at all times on the Village Green.

Anderby

  • Requirement to keep a dog on a lead on the sea wall path at Anderby in an area 270 metres to the south of the Pullover at Anderby Creek.
  • No dogs to be allowed on an area of beach 270 metres to the south of the Pullover at Anderby Creek from May 1 and September 30 each year.
  • To require a dog to be placed on a lead when requested to do so by an authorised person in the Parish of Anderby.

Ingoldmells

  • Permanent exclusion of dogs at Queen Elizabeth Playing Field.
  • Permanent exclusion of dogs at Glebe Park.

Wainfleet All Saints

  • Dogs on leads area for Northolme Cemetery, Spilsby Road, Wainfleet

The fine for not complying with the Order will rise from £75 to £100.

Registered Blind Dog owners and Assistance Dogs are exempt from the Order. » Less

Wed, 11 Oct 2017 14:53 by Steve Larner