South Holland District Council’s says using its website is about to become quicker and easier following an extensive re-vamp.
The new-look site has been designed to make it simple for users to find exactly what they’re looking for and it went live on Monday.
And soon residents will be able to pay on line for a new pilot garden waste collection scheme.
Instead of having a lengthy A to Z content guide like the previous design, the new site splits content into easy to navigate sections using eye-catching icons while retaining a search facility.
Deputy leader Malcolm Chandler said: “We’ve recently started our Digital Transformation programme, which is a four year project and will see some significant beneficial changes.
“The main aim is to greatly improve our digital services. We want to provide our residents with digital services that are so good they choose to use them.
“The new-look website tells you exactly what you need to know, makes finding what you are looking for simple and means that booking or paying for services online is even easier than before.
“We are proud of the new look and are confident that residents will like it too. We also welcome any feedback.”
Under each section content is then divided up into individual areas such as housing, planning and building control and refuse and recycling.
The site also displays a live feed of South Holland District Council’s Twitter account, a calendar highlighting forthcoming events and meetings as well as the council’s latest news releases.
The new look website can be visited at www.sholland.gov.uk
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