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PSPO Dog Controls extended for a further 3 years

In 2017 Boston Borough Council exercised its power under the Anti-Social Behaviour Crime and Policing Act 2014 to make a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) for the controlling of dogs. The order was in place for three years. The Council had the option to extend the...

Boston Buoys Art commission – Calling for contributions

Jo Chapman has been commissioned to make two new sculptures as part of a series of six new artworks for Boston. The theme of Jo’s sculptures is one of journeys and migration, the buoys are relics of the sea – they have a story to tell of the ships that have passed,...

New elected Leader for Boston Borough Council

Boston Borough Council has a new Leader. Cllr Paul Skinner was officially appointed to the post at an extraordinary meeting of the full council meeting last night. Cllr Skinner was proposed by Cllr Nigel Welton and seconded by Cllr Tom Ashton. Cllr Skinner was elected...

National Apprentice Week 2020

This week (February 3 to 9) is National Apprenticeship Week, an annual celebration of apprenticeships and apprentices everywhere. Boston Borough Council has an apprenticeship scheme and we asked some of our current apprentices to speak about their experiences. We will...

TODAY is the day – sign up for your garden waste collections

Today’s the day that, with a simple click of your mouse, you can make this growing season’s gardening duties that much easier by signing up for brown bin garden waste collections. Go now to www.mybostonuk.com/gardenwaste For just £1.15 per week (£45 for a complete...

New chapter for Staniland Academy’s library

A revamped library offering additional services to the Boston community has been officially opened at Staniland Academy. Last year the academy, which is part of the Boston Witham Academies Federation (BWAF), made the decision to redecorate and reinvigorate the...

BT payphone consultation

The Local Authority have carried out consultation with local groups and given consideration to any representations received. The first notification has been prepared and sent to the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport. There is now a further...

Helping adults learn English

A project in Boston, funded by The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government via Boston Borough Council, is encouraging employers to promote access to the range English classes available in Boston to their workers. Through the project, a website has been...

Boston Town Deal – ‘Call for Projects’

It is important that the Borough of Boston continue to secure investment from central Government, which enables growth and prosperity through a series of economic interventions. The launch of the Governments £3.6bn Towns Fund has given Boston, through a Town Deal the...

Revoked Licences

Boston Borough Council’s Licensing Sub-Committee has revoked 2 Licences for the sale of alcohol following receiving an application to review the licences from the Chief Officer of Lincolnshire Police. The sub-committee revoked the licences for European Food, 43 Wide...