COVID-19 INFO

I’m incredibly proud of how everyone across our business has responded to the current crisis. At all times their health, safety and wellbeing, as well as of our service users, comes first. That’s why we’ve moved thousands of our colleagues to work from home, and have closed all of our delivery sites to the public until it is safe and practical for them to reopen.

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COVID-19 INFO

I’m incredibly proud of how everyone across our business has responded to the current crisis. At all times their health, safety and wellbeing, as well as of our service users, comes first. That’s why we’ve moved thousands of our colleagues to work from home, and have closed all of our delivery sites to the public until it is safe and practical for them to reopen.

Hours may differ
FridayFr
09:00 – 16:30
SaturdaySaClosed
SundaySuClosed
MondayMo
09:00 – 17:00
TuesdayTu
09:00 – 17:00
WednesdayWe
10:00 – 17:00
ThursdayTh
09:00 – 17:00
Closed.
Opens in  4 h 36 min.
4 h 36 min

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Opening Times:
Monday: 8.30-5.00; Tuesday: 8.30-5.00; Wednesday: 9.30-5.00; Thursday: 8.30-5.00; Friday: 8.30-4.30.

We are one of seven-district council’s in Lincolnshire, operating in a two-tier system of local government alongside Lincolnshire County Council.

We employ around 800 staff across four directorates of:

chief executive and town clerk’s, resources, housing and community services, development and environmental services.
You can see what each of these directorates is responsible for by clicking the 'council structure' document below.


Company description
The city is divided into eleven wards with each represented by three councillors – giving a total of 33 council members. The council is elected by thirds on a four yearly cycle. This means that one seat in each ward is elected each year for three years out of every four.

The council operates a leader and cabinet model of governance and there are eight councillors on the executive, including the Leader and Deputy Leader.

The council’s current political composition is 16 Conservative, 16 Labour and one Liberal Democrat. This leaves the council with ‘no overall control’ although a Conservative led Executive was voted in at the council’s Annual General Meeting for 2010/11.
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Services
Corporate social responsibility, Risk surveillance, Health surveillance, Occupational health, Independent health assessments, Primary care, Housing, Recycling, Environmental Services
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