Lewes District Council
Southover Road Lewes
Tel: 01273 484141
Fax: 01273 484146
Minicom 01273 484488
This year’s FREE Housing Open Morning will be held at Seaford Baptist Church, Belgrave Road, Seaford on Saturday 22 November from 9:30am to 1:30pm. All tenants are welcome to attend.
Sharon Lloyd, 54, shares her experience of business start-up support through Lewes District Council’s innovative LEAP project.
The Dieppe arts festival has been running for four years and for the first time the festival is bridging the channel, travelling from Dieppe to Newhaven with support of the Arts Council of England and Lewes District Council.
The exciting Newhaven Growth Quarter project received a ministerial seal of approval on Tuesday during a visit from Penny Mordaunt MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for the Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG).
Lewes District Council has planted over 5000sq metres of poppies in prominent positions throughout the Lewes District, to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the start of WW1.
Lewes District Council, in partnership with iESE, invites expressions of interest from suitably experienced and qualified suppliers for the Management of Grounds and Associated Maintenance services.
Lewes District Council on behalf of the Big Parks Project Peacehaven is inviting expressions of interest for an exciting opportunity to lease the new Gateway Cafe´.
The eagerly awaited University Technical College in Newhaven, scheduled to open in September 2015, moves a step closer this week.
A summer visual arts festival in East Sussex, supported by Lewes District Council, with 100 artists’ houses, studios and galleries opening their doors to welcome visitors to view art, meet artists and visit places not usually open to the public. Now celebrating its 21st birthday, Artwave is an intriguing and vibrant open house festival with over 400 artists taking part.
A six year plan to increase jobs and housing in Newhaven has been given a £19 million boost.
Lewes District Council beat strong competition to win a Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) planning excellence award for “Innovative planning practice in plan making”.
Much of the Lewes district is now part of the first completely new Biosphere Reserve in the UK established for almost 40 years and the first ever in south-east England.
May 2014 marks the 750th anniversary of the Battle of Lewes in 1264 – one of the most significant battles in the shaping of England’s democracy.
Lewes District Council is pleased to announce the shortlist for the first ever Lewes District Business Awards. The winners will be announced on Thursday 24 April 2014 at Lewes Town Hall.