A dedicated team of council workers worked throughout the early hours to remove tonnes of rubbish left by Lewes Bonfire night revellers. Lewes District Council’s Environment First team ensured the streets were clean by Wednesday morning after the November 5 celebrations.
Councillors at Lewes District Council have recommended a change in the rules that govern council tax discounts on empty and unfurnished homes, a move that will generate £28,000 of additional funding to help people on the lowest incomes. If approved by Full Council, the decision will abolish the council tax […]
People across Lewes have less than three weeks left to register to vote for the forthcoming local elections. In order to vote in this election, residents must be on the electoral register. Lewes District Council is urging residents who have not registered at their current address to make sure they […]
Cabinet Councillors at Lewes District Council have welcomed progress to alleviate the risk of flooding on the River Ouse. In 2016 the Council agreed a £296,750 three-year programme of flood protection and water retention works in the Upper Ouse Valley. The project is being undertaken in partnership with the Ouse […]
Cabinet Councillors at Lewes District Council today agreed to allocate £80,000 to urgent sea wall repairs in Peacehaven. The 70m long concrete structure is one of 19 groynes protecting the cliffs from erosion and many hundreds of homes and other key assets. However, ‘groyne 19’ is particularly exposed to large […]