Lichfield District Council conducts animal welfare raids
Environmental Health Officers from Lichfield District Council raided two properties earlier this week over concerns about animal welfare.
Residents’ views sought on new draft design code for the Lichfield district
Residents can help shape the future of Lichfield district by giving their views on the new draft design code for building development.
New status for Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent tourism organisations
Tourism businesses in the county will benefit from increased focus on the area, and access to government advice and support, thanks to a united effort by the private sector and the 10 local authorities who operate across Staffordshire and the City of Stoke-on-Trent.
Lichfield district's residents urged to share their thoughts on new design code for the Birmingham Road Site
This weekend Lichfield district's residents have the chance to share their thoughts on a new building and design code for future development on the land opposite Lichfield City Station, known as the Birmingham Road Site.
New access arrangements for Lichfield city centre formally introduced following pedestrianisation consultation
The revised arrangements for the pedestrianisation of Lichfield city centre, developed to strike a balance between creating a safe environment for visitors and ensuring access for all stakeholders, have been formally introduced.
Pub owner pleads guilty to waste offence
The owner of The Swan Inn in Armitage has pleaded guilty to a waste offence following an investigation by Lichfield District Council.
Dynamic council officer scoops prestigious award recognising her work promoting physical activity amongst women
The Health and Wellbeing manager at Lichfield District Council has been presented with a special award in recognition of her tireless work encouraging women and girls into sport.
Lichfield District food hygiene inspection results for September 2023 now available
Lichfield District Council’s Regulation and Enforcement team has released the results of their monthly food hygiene inspections for September.
Campaign sees 280 blades collected in knife bins across the district
Lichfield District’s backing of a National Youth Anti-Violence campaign has seen 280 blades collected in four special knife bins in just 12 weeks.
Promoting night-time safety in Lichfield city centre
Lichfield District Council and Staffordshire Police recently joined forces to help keep people safe in the city centre at night.