Lewes Town Council

Lewes Town Council

Lewes Town Council

Lewes Town Council

Lewes Town Council is one of the 300 largest of the 10,000-or-so Parish Councils in England and Wales, with expenditure budgeted at just over £1million. It is the successor to Lewes Borough Council, which was incorporated in 1881.

We are based at the Town Hall, in the High Street, which has been the home of Lewes’ local Council since 1893. More here


Headline News (for more, please click ‘News and Events’)…

Malling Community Centre regeneration project LATEST

Malling (Bridgeview) Community Centre regeneration project The latest developments in the project to refurbish this Centre are: Council has obtained necessary Ministerial approval to borrow to finance any funding gap after taking account of the money it has already...

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Urgent tree removal works – LATEST

Urgent tree removal works The UK is in the grip of an Ash dieback plague that is forecast to wipe out 95% of Ash trees in the UK. The airborne fungus has rapidly spread and left hundreds of trees in Lewes dead or dying. The fungus stops water from moving around the...

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Lewes Neighbourhood Plan wins prestigious Award

The Lewes Neighbourhood Plan has received a Commendation for Excellence in Planning for the Natural Environment at the Royal Town Planning Institute’s South East Awards for Planning Excellence presentations 2019. The RTPI SE Awards presentations were held recently at...

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The latest from LTC


Planning matters and Neighbourhood Plan


A-Z of services


Town Hall, All Saints, Malling Community Centre


Council meetings etc


Community links


Financial grants scheme


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