Toggle menu

Lewes District Council news

Lewes District Council save 'landmark tree' in Seaford

60FT Monterey Cypress will not be felled. Specialist tree officers from Lewes District Council are celebrating after preventing the felling of a 'magnificent' sixty-foot Monterey Cypress tree.

New home gives family 'fresh lease of life'

A family has moved into a new and specially adapted home after waiting patiently for many years to find a suitable property.

Council to decarbonise homes in multi-million pound project

Lewes District Council has announced it will invest nearly £2.7 million in decarbonising 267 council homes, supported by a £2 million grant from the government.

Council's new gum-busting machine hits the streets

Lewes District Council now has its own Gladiator, ready to polish up pavements in town centres across the district.

Councillors thank residents following latest local plan consultation

Councillors from Lewes District Council have thanked residents who took part in the latest round of consultation on the local plan.

Councillors 'excited' by prospects for new council homes

Council leader: 'My resolve to develop homes for local people is stronger than ever'

Councillor praises 'great work' of Community Safety Partnership

A Cabinet councillor has welcomed local Community Safety Partnership activities in helping to make sure Lewes district continues to be a safe place to live.

Business support programmes launched in Lewes district

The Ready to Grow and Big Ambitions programmes are open to companies based in Lewes, Eastbourne, Rother and Wealden districts.

Multi-agency statement on ground water flooding in Denton

Following their initial emergency response, East Sussex County Council, East Sussex Highways, Lewes District Council, Southern Water and the Environment Agency met to discuss the next steps and longer-term measures.

Council commits to bringing empty homes back into use

Lewes District Council has declared its commitment to getting empty homes back into use as affordable housing for local people who need it, as a national campaign week gets underway.

Council supports new legislation over landfill concerns

Lewes District Council is supporting a proposed new law to tighten controls over contaminated land.

Council Cabinet calls for increased cost of living help

Lewes District Council Cabinet members and community groups are calling on the government to increase its cost of living support for residents and projects delivering vital services.

Share this page

Facebook icon Twitter icon email icon


print icon