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Skegness Town Council Takes Control of Key Assets

Skegness Town Council Takes Control of Key Assets

EAST Lindsey District Council and Skegness Town Council have both agreed to an asset transfer, meaning the Town Council will take ownership of a number of key assets in the town, including Tower Gardens.

Both Councils had been in discussions about the transfer over the past year, and yesterday (5 December) the transfer was formally agreed, following meetings of both Councils.

The transfer will give the Town Council full control over how the assets are used for the benefit of the local community. The assets will be handed over to the Town Council throughout 2019, with the first, including Tower Gardens, being transferred early in the New Year. More »

Prior to the transfer the District Council will undertake a number of works, including the demolition of Tower Gardens Pavilion, fitting of payment machine gate at Tower Gardens public toilets and any identified tree works.

Assets to be transferred include, amongst others, Scarborough Avenue Car Park, Coronation Walk, Tower Gardens Kiosks, parcels of land on Church Lane, Westway/ Roman Bank, Seacroft Square, Alma Avenue, Elder Close, Primrose Close, William Way, Vine Walk, Beresford Field and King George V Walk. .

The agreement will see the District Council take back the site of the former Sunshine Paddling Pool on the northern foreshore, which the Town Council has developed into a play park.

Skegness Town Mayor, Councillor Sid Dennis, added: "Taking control of local assets will give Skegness Town Council, and therefore the people of Skegness, more control over how these parts of the Town are managed. It was an opportunity that could not be missed, since it will help achieve the objectives which have been part of Skegness Town Council's Business Plan for over 4 years. All Councillors have worked together as one to achieve this and by working closely with East Lindsey District Council we have turned an ambition into a reality."

Portfolio Holder for Finance and Property, Councillor Richard Fry, said: "I'm very pleased that both Councils have agreed this asset transfer. This is the culmination of a yearlong piece of work by both the District and the Town Councils, and a positive move for Skegness. This process is all about transferring packages of assets to be managed locally by the communities concerned and I'm sure that Skegness Town Council will be able to utilise the assets for the benefit of the town." » Less

Posted: Thu, 06 Dec 2018 10:48 by Steve Larner

Residents reminded to check their bin collections over the Christmas and New Year period

Residents reminded to check their bin collections over the Christmas and New Year period

East Lindsey residents are being reminded to check their bin collection schedule for the Christmas and New Year period.

For some households there will be a change in collection day, as is usual at this time of year. No collections will be made on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day.

Residents can check their details on East Lindsey District Councils website www.e-lindsey.gov.uk/mywastecollections More »

Most residents who are scheduled to have their bins collected on December 25, will instead have them collected on Monday, December 24, with the exception of households in Friskney, Wainfleet, Eastville, Steeping, Midville, New Leake, Old Leake, Stickford, and Toynton, who will have their bins collected on Saturday, December 22.

Those without internet access can call 01507 601111.

The winter schedule now applies to Green Waste collections. Please check your waste calendar for your next collection date.

Residents who subscribe to the Green Waste Service can put their Christmas tree out for collection at the side of their green bin on the first green waste collection day after Christmas.

The Council will collect one real tree per household, up to 6ft in height and 10cm trunk diameter. Collection calendars can be viewed online at

www.e-lindsey.gov.uk/mywastecollections. » Less

Posted: Wed, 05 Dec 2018 14:15 by Steve Larner

Becoming a Councillor - Information Event

Becoming a Councillor - Information Event

Skegness Town Council is calling on residents, passionate about their community to stand in the local elections in 2019.

Wednesday 16th January 2019 17.30-19.00

Wednesday 6th March 2019 17.30 - 19.00

Skegness Town Council are hosting two information events for prospective candidates to drop-in and learn more about becoming a Councillor, to include:

Eligibility
The Role of a Councillor
Powers and Duties of Skegness Town Council More »

Following the event, you will be welcomed to stay and watch the Council Meeting starting at 7.15pm.

For more information about becoming a Councillor please visit https://www.skegness.gov.uk/becoming-a-town-or-parish-counci.html » Less

Posted: Tue, 04 Dec 2018 14:17 by Steve Larner