DASH Lincolnshire

These newsletters are produced in partnership between DASH, Boston Borough Council, East Lindsey District Council, Lincoln City Council, North Kesteven, South Holland, South Kesteven, & West Lindsey District Councils.

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  • County Lines: exploitation of vulnerable tenants

    County lines refers to urban gangs supplying drugs to suburban areas, as well as market and coastal towns, by using dedicated mobile phone lines or “deal lines”. Gangs use children and … more

  • Tribunal upholds financial penalty in South Holland

    South Holland District Council has recently had an appeal against a financial penalty issued for Housing Act offences upheld by the first tier tribunal.

    Arabella Fox-Garrett of King George V Avenue, … more

  • Help prevent Homelessness in East Lindsey

    If landlords in East Lindsey are considering eviction of a tenant, please contact the Housing team who can provide advice and support with a range of options. If tenants are falling behind with rent … more

  • Eviction Ban and the courts

    On Friday 21 August 2020, the UK Government announced a last-minute extension to the ban on court hearings for possession. Instead of opening again on 24 August, the courts are now set to hear … more

  • Possession notices During COVID19

    https://www.gov.uk/government/news/jenrick-extends-ban-on-evictions-and-notice-periods

    The regulations which make the changes for increasing the length of notice to six months in England have been … more

  • Covid-19 resources for shared accommodation

    The Public Health Division of Adult Care and Community Wellbeing at Lincolnshire County Council have put together some resources to highlight the risks of the spread of Covid-19 associated with … more

  • Appeal for information on fly-tipping

    Boston Borough Council is appealing for information from all local residents and businesses relating to fly-tipping in the borough. 

    Fly-tipping is regularly reported to the council and where … more

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