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Household Support Fund launched in South and East Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire Community Foundation will be distributing vital funds of up to £300 to individuals and families, who have not received any cost of living support, to those living in Boston Borough, or the districts of East Lindsey and South Holland. Funding originates from UK Government via the South and East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership's Household Support Scheme.

Make sure you're registered to vote in time for the local elections this May

On Thursday 4 May residents in Boston borough will go to the polls to have their say on who represents them at a local level.

Council invites eligible Boston organisations' expressions of interest in £2.62million Prosperity Funding

Businesses and communities in Boston are set to benefit from £2.62million of new funding secured by the Borough Council through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF) and Rural England Prosperity Fund (REPF).

National Grid grants and additional funding help support Boston's Warm Spaces

Boston Borough Council has been successful with a bid to the National Grid - Community Matters Fund in receiving a grant to allow them to support local community groups who are open as a Warm Space this Winter.

Boston's regeneration: Transformational £14.8m government grant backs council vision

Boston Borough Council has successfully secured £14.8m from the Government Levelling Up Fund to kick-start regeneration and secure further investment to the heart of the town centre.

Contract awarded to bring enviro-crime enforcement across the South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership

The South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership has awarded a three year contract with the provision to extend for up to another two years, to Kingdom LA Support Ltd to carry out environmental crime enforcement work, commencing in January 2023.

Green Homes Grants scheme helps Boston resident reduce energy bills and improve carbon footprint

Residents in Boston who applied for Green Homes Grants are now benefitting from reduced bills from their home improvement measures.

2022 has seen a reduction in cases of fly-tipping

Boston Borough Council has recorded a notable 20% decrease in cases of fly-tipping in 2022 compared to the previous year. A total of 2907 incidents were reported in the last 12 months, 713 less than in 2021, which is a considerable improvement.

Boston Borough residents need photo ID to vote at elections in May

For the first time, residents in Boston Borough will need to show photographic ID to vote at this year's local elections. Residents are being urged to make sure they are ready to vote in May by checking they have an accepted form of ID.

Boston Businesses Sign Up for Funded Support

A press release from Boston Town Deal

Town centre dumping spots completely transformed by Boston Borough Council's cross-departmental working

Boston Borough Council teams have over the past year been working cross-departmental with officers from many different areas working together and closely with property owners to clear up local fly-tipping hot spots and dumping areas.