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Council refers itself to Information Commissioner's Office
Lancashire County Council has referred itself to the Information Commissioner's Office following a data breach involving its new HR and finance system.
Council sets first £1billion budget
Leaders at Lancashire County Council are looking to build on a year of positive progress as the authority set its' first ever £1billion budget.
Lancashire business owners urged to talk to ‘brilliant’ Boost as part of support drive
The leader of Lancashire County Council has issued a call to action to Lancashire businesses to tap into the funded business support services delivered by its Growth Hub, Boost.
County awarded £50m Levelling Up Fund for ambitious East Lancashire schemes
Lancashire County Council has been awarded £50 million from the government's Levelling Up Fund following the submission of an ambitious bid last year.
Financial outlook remains optimistic despite challenging times ahead
The financial outlook at Lancashire County Council remains optimistic despite huge challenges facing local government across the country.
Platinum Jubilee plaque unveiled
Part of County Hall, Preston has been renamed to commemorate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
Council issues financial update
Councillors have today heard that a forecasted budget overspend has been reduced by almost £10million since September when members of Lancashire County Council's cabinet were told the authority was facing a £17.7m overspend by the end of the financial year
Cabinet endorses Lancashire 2050 framework
A strategic framework which will guide how Lancashire's councils will work more closely together has been endorsed by county council cabinet members
Lancashire is working together to take more control of our shared destiny
Lancashire's political leaders will come together today to launch their shared ambition for the future of the county.
Council's plan to protect services through economic uncertainty
Lancashire County Council has drawn up proposals to protect services in a time of economic uncertainty and pressures on all public service budgets.
Council extends condolences to the Royal Family following the passing of HM Queen Elizabeth II
County councillors have extended their deepest sympathies to His Majesty King Charles III and the royal family following the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.