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Household rubbish and recycling

https://www.nelincs.gov.uk/bins-and-recycling/household-rubbish-and-recycling/

Almost every household has three different coloured 240L or 180L wheelie bins for household waste and recycling. Household waste is collected fortnightly and recycling bins are emptied every four weeks. Please put your bins (or recycling boxes, if you still use them) outside your property or at the agreed collection point before 7am on your…

Trading standards

https://www.nelincs.gov.uk/business-and-investment/trading-standards/

Business advice and support Business advice appointments, make sure you’re trading fairly, understand the food and feed law and weights and measures. Consumer rights Citizens advice, your consumer rights, age restricted sales and report loan sharks. Register or renew your business licences Alcohol and premises, taxi and private hire, animal welfare. temporary event notices (TEN),…

Moving home

https://www.nelincs.gov.uk/homes-and-property/moving-home/

Moving into your first home What you need to do for your council services to begin Moving home within North East Lincolnshire Update services to carry on as normal Moving to North East Lincolnshire How to let us know you’re moving in to the area and what you need to do Moving out of North…

School transport

https://www.nelincs.gov.uk/children-families-and-schools/schools-and-education/school-transport/

Parents and carers are legally responsible for ensuring that a child attends school. However, in some cases the local authority has a duty to support parents and carers with transport to school. Secondary school children from low income families Eligible children are entitled to a Stagecoach bus pass which will allow the child to travel…

Three and four year old funding

https://www.nelincs.gov.uk/children-families-and-schools/childcare-and-funding/three-and-four-year-old-funding/

15 hours free childcare All 3 to 4 year olds can get the 570 hours free early education or childcare. Usually the hours are taken as 15 hours a week for 38 weeks of the year (term time). You don’t have to use all the hours your child is entitled to, but you can chose…

Councillor conduct

https://www.nelincs.gov.uk/your-council/councillors-mps-and-meps/councillor-conduct/

Information on the governance of the council including the local complaints process in relation to elected members and parish Councillors. This section gives information on the standards the council work to, to ensure we provide quality services to our residents, businesses and visitors. Code of conduct Details of the code of conduct adopted by North East…

Childcare and funding

https://www.nelincs.gov.uk/children-families-and-schools/childcare-and-funding/

Two year old funding Eligibility criteria, apply online and registered childcare providers. Three and four year old funding 15 hours early education, registered childcare providers, 30 hours free childcare, how to apply and rechecking your eligibility. Childcare providers Childminders, day nurseries, nursery school, pre-school and playgroups, out of school clubs, home carers, become a childcare…

Blue badge evidence

https://www.nelincs.gov.uk/streets-travel-and-parking/parking/blue-badge/blue-badge-evidence/

Contents Blue badge overview Supporting evidence and documents Apply, renew or replace your Blue Badge Badge misuse Evidence you must provide Proof of your identity, residency and eligibility is needed as part of your application. This information must be provided otherwise it will delay your application. If you do not provide the correct evidence your…

Empty properties and derelict land

https://www.nelincs.gov.uk/homes-and-property/empty-properties-and-derelict-land/

Derelict land and commercial property Advice for investors interested in derelict land and commercial properties. Empty homes Council tax information, report an empty home online and help bringing a property back into use. Council owned land and property Ownership of non-council land and property, derelict property and land, the information we publish and our corporate…

If you do not pay back the money

https://www.nelincs.gov.uk/benefits/housing-benefit-overpayments/if-you-do-not-pay-back-the-money/

Contents Housing Benefit overpayments If you do not pay back the money Make a Housing Benefit repayment How we recover overpayments We can recover the overpayment from the benefit claimant, someone acting on behalf of the claimant or whoever received the benefit payment (for example, your landlord). Overpayments are not usually recovered from landlords unless…