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A Christmas message to all Borough residents from the Leader of Boston Borough Council, Cllr Anne Dorrian

Thank you for a fantastic year for the town! As 2023 draws to a close, I would like to take this opportunity to say a very Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones. I wish you all peace, health and happiness.

The important role of Internal Drainage Boards and why a fairer funding formula is needed

At times of flooding - as seen most recently in Lincolnshire with Storm Babet - there are stations housing machinery which pump flood water away to help reduce flood risk to homes, businesses and farmland.

Have a sustainable Christmas

Christmas is a joyful time for many, but there's a lingering environmental impact that isn't often considered. It's estimated that we produce 30% more waste each Christmas, and our wrapping paper use alone costs the planet 50,000 trees! But, there's loads of ways to have a greener, thriftier Christmas, keeping all the wonder, fun and traditions. Which will you try?

Residents and Council Cabinet break new ground in open Question Time

In a ground-breaking move, the council's first open informal question time session proved successful, as residents Rodney Bowles and Peter Warmsley engaged in in-depth discussions with the full Cabinet, raising their concerns and proposing items for further investigation.

Boston Borough Calendar Returns for 2025 - themed Boston's Brilliant!

Get ready, budding photographers, artists and residents! The calendar competition is back by popular demand. Embrace the chance to showcase your talent and capture the essence of our vibrant, brilliant borough.

South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership leading the way in delivering the most home upgrade energy improvements in the Midlands

The South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership is leading the way in delivering the most Home Upgrade Grants in the Midlands, just two years after starting to build its unique in-house team.

Fixed penalty notice charges set to rise from 2024

Last night at Boston's Cabinet meeting councillors fully backed a £600 rise in the fixed penalty charge for people fly-tipping in the Borough of Boston - this is more than double the previous £400 charge, now totalling £1,000.

South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership sets shared five-year vision in first Sub-regional strategy

The three councils which form the South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership have collectively set their five-year vision for the communities they serve.

Garden waste collections fee to rise in 2024

The cost of garden waste collection in Boston Borough will increase next year, as operating costs of the service have increased significantly.

Boston's Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) restricting the consumption of alcohol within the town centre extended for a further three years

Boston's street drinking controls, Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) "Alcohol", has been extended for another three-year period commencing on 12th January, with the area remaining the same as the original order, which came into force on 12th January 2015.

Boston Town Centre Embarks on Transformative Journey with the Launch of a New Strategy and Action Plan

A strategy and action plan for Boston Town Centre has been launched by Boston Borough Council's Cabinet on Wednesday 13th December 2023.

Boston Borough Council is seeking an Independent Member to serve on its Audit and Governance Committee

We are looking to appoint an Independent Member for our Audit and Governance Committee.