Have Your Say: Coastal Business and Wolds Outdoor Festival

Local views are being sought for two initiatives.

The East Lindsey District Council has created an Coastal LDO (Local Development Order) which proposes to allow, for a two year period, all year round holiday occupancy of existing and authorised holiday parks and seasonal accommodation destinations. The District Council is consulting on the draft LDO between September 2 and 30, 2020 and welcomes comments and feedback.  You can request a hard copy of the Order which can be posted to you by emailing development.control@e-lindsey.gov.uk; by calling Planning Reception on 01507 613175 / 613176 or by writing to Paul Edwards, Assistant Director Planning, East Lindsey District Council, Tedder Hall, Manby Park, Louth, Lincolnshire, LN11 8UP. Full information is available on the ELDC LDO page. (outline information taken from that page).

Separately the Lincolnshire Wolds Outdoor Festival is a new initiative which will succeed the popular Lincolnshire Wolds Walking Festival.  The Outdoor Festival steering group has launched two surveys which will help shape the Festival programme, one aimed at potential event participants and one aimed at businesses who are interested in hosting an event. The steering group have now also released details of the Festival dates; with a launch event set for May 1, 2021 at Stourton Estates, and the festival drawing to a close on June 6. Businesses who would like to know more about the Festival can email OutdoorFest@e-lindsey.gov.uk. Both surveys are now live online at www.e-lindsey.gov.uk/OutdoorFestivalSurveys(information from Louth Leader article).

Written by Sarah

21 September 2020



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