There will be no refuse collection on bank holidays Friday 19th April and Monday 22nd April. Please note that some collections are a day early on Good Friday week.
All refuse to be put out at the edge of your property by 6am on the advertised day of collection (unless you have an assisted collection).
If not collected on the advertised day of collection, leave out for collection the following day.
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Normal collection days resume from Monday 29th April.
With Christmas feasting over the festive period nearly upon us, Lewes District Council is offering residents FREE liners and food caddies for the yuletide leftovers.
Every bin in Lewes district contains an average of 30% food waste, the vast majority of which could have been recycled. Nearly 5,000 households in the district already take advantage of the council’s free weekly food waste collection service.
Councillor Paul Franklin, Cabinet Member for Waste and Recycling, said:
“Since we introduced the new waste and recycling service, we’ve seen a fantastic increase in the volume of recycling. I’m delighted with the way residents have embraced the new user-friendly system and our planning for more recycling success won’t stop.
“We want your food waste now. During the coming weeks there will inevitably be more food waste than at any other time of the year and our offer of a free roll of compostable food waste liners will help ensure it is recycled.”
All food waste collected is taken to a local facility where it is turned into a top-quality soil conditioner, which can then be used by local farmers and gardeners to grow more food.
For further details and to sign up, please click here: https://www.lewes-eastbourne.gov.uk/lewes-district-council-news/council-freebies-for-festive-food-recycling/
Click on the link below to take you to the Peacehaven & Telscombe Neighbourhood Plan steering group website which will update you with progress of the proposed plan:-
Lewes District Council is consulting over options for a proposed Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) on Telscombe Tye. The purpose of a PSPO would be to protect the lambs and ewes that graze on the Tye from being scared, injured or killed by dogs.
PSPOs can be put in place by Councils to deal with issues that have a detrimental and persistent effect on the quality of life of residents in the area. Loss of ewes and lambs can have a major financial and emotional effect on the local community. The cost of replacing livestock is borne by the Town Council but ultimately from public funds. The sight of a dog attack, at the time of the incident and its aftermath, can be very distressing for all involved.
To respond to this consultation, please visit Lewes District Council’s website:- lewes-eastbourne.gov.uk/TelscombePSPO
You can also collect a paper version from Telscombe Civic Centre.
The consultation closing date is Friday 23 November 2018 at 5pm.
Click here to see the spreadsheet:- TELSCOMBE TOWN COUNCIL FLOCK PROFIT & LOSS FIGURES 2013-18 v270918
The Planning Policy Team at Lewes District Council is pleased to advise that the final round of consultation on the Local Plan Part 2, the Pre-Submission Document, will begin on Monday 24th September 2018.
When adopted the Local Plan Part 2 will allocate specific sites for development and provide detailed development management policies. This document is needed to support and help deliver the strategic objectives and spatial strategy of the Lewes District Local Plan Part 1: Joint Core Strategy, adopted in 2016.
Local Plan Part 2 only applies to the area of the district outside the South Downs National Park.
The consultation documents can be viewed on our consultation webpage: http://planningpolicyconsult.lewes-eastbourne.gov.uk/consult.ti from Monday 24 September and paper copies are available to read at the District Council Offices at Southover House, Southover Road, Lewes, BN7 1AB, and at all local libraries including Burgess Hill, Haywards Heath, Saltdean and Uckfield.
Background documents to this consultation and details of earlier consultations can be found on our Local Plan Part 2 webpage: https://www.lewes-eastbourne.gov.uk/planning-policy/lewes-local-plan-part-2-site-allocations-and-development-management-policies/
Representations are invited over a 6 week period from 24 September 2018 to midnight on 5 November 2018.