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Boston Town Centre - Traveller encampment

A Dispersal Order continues across Boston following several reports of anti-social behaviour across the town.

Boston play areas get £150,000 of new equipment

New equipment installations in Boston play areas are now complete.

Boston catering company fined for providing unsafe food to local school

A Boston catering company must pay out more than £14,000 after a mistake when making up a batch of school dinners.

Boston Borough Council reflects on first 100 days since it was elected

As today (August 12) marks 100 days since the new Boston Borough Council was elected, Councillor Anne Dorrian, Leader of Boston Borough Council, has spoken of her pride in what the new administration has achieved so far.

Landlord fined for breaches in rented property laws

A landlord responsible for the management of a House in Multiple Occupation (HMO) has been fined a total of £5,000 for various deficiencies present within the dwelling.

SELCAN marks first year of partnership working to tackle climate change across the sub-region

The South & East Lincolnshire Climate Action Network (SELCAN) is celebrating its first year of partnership working to tackle climate change across the sub-region.

Partnership to award more than £1.2million of funding to community projects in third round of UK Shared Prosperity Fund grants

The South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership has announced that 14 organisations, community groups, initiatives and events across the area have been awarded more than £1.2million from the third round of funding from the UK Shared Prosperity Fund and Rural Prosperity Fund.

Funding available in Boston and South Holland to help make properties warmer

Homeowners and landlords in Boston have the opportunity to make their properties warmer, more energy efficient and save money on their bills.

Boston Central Park will continue to be closed from Dusk til Dawn

In a recent Boston Town Area Committee (BTAC) meeting held on 27th July 2023, the committee agreed to continue closing Central Park in the evenings for a further two-year period, in order to reduce noise and anti-social behaviour incidents taking place over night.

Boston Borough Council dispels false reports over fly-tip at bottle bank

Boston Borough Council has been left with no choice but to publicly correct false reports and is now able to release footage of a fly-tip, after seeking legal advice.