Further consultation on library services
The council is holding an additional period of consultation on the future of Lincolnshire’s libraries.
Building upon the extensive consultation that took place last year, the council is inviting people to put forward alternative proposals for providing a comprehensive and efficient library service within the available budget.
Before taking part, it is important that you read the consultation document below.
This document gives the background to the consultation, provides important information you will need in order to develop your ideas and sets out how we will deal with your feedback.
The quickest and easiest way to share your proposal is by completing the online survey available by clicking here.
You can also take part at your local library or by contacting the Customer Service Centre on Freephone 0800 022 4966 (9am-5pm, Monday to Friday).
Questions about taking part in the consultation can be sent to email@example.com .
The consultation runs until 31 October.
The feedback received, as well as that gathered during the earlier stages of the consultation, will be taken into consideration when the Executive make a fresh decision on the future of the library service, which is expected to happen in February 2015.
For further information on the earlier stages, please follow the links below.
Information in regard to the consultation.
The packs below contain details on the proposals for Tiers 1, 2 and 3, as well as background information on each site.
Definition for each tier outlined within the library consultation proposals.
Details of the original library service proposals, published at the start of the libraries consultation in July 2013. Following the consultation, revised proposals have since been published online.