Council homes: The first five of 20 new council bungalows in Birchwood have been completed and are nearly ready for their first tenants.
Friday, November 27
Crackdown: A new enforcement officer with the task of handing out fines to litterbugs and those who fail to clean up after their dog will be patrolling the streets of Lincoln.
Thursday, November 26
Lincoln Draft Local Plan: Consultations have come to an end on the Central Lincolnshire Draft Local Plan and responses will be reviewed.
Wednesday, November 25
Autumn Statement: Find out what changes in the latest spending review will affect you in the coming years.
Car park lighting: Twenty solar panels have been installed at a Lincoln car park, which is hoped to save the city council thousands of pounds.
Tuesday, November 24
Countdown to market: City of Lincoln Council has reassured visitors of their safety at the Lincoln Christmas Market between December 3 and 6.
Monday, November 23
CCTV cameras: One in four moving CCTV cameras in Lincoln do not work properly and the City Council is looking to replace them all.
Defence review: David Cameron will announce a 10-year extension to the operational lifespan of the RAF’s Typhoon jets, as the UK government sets out its defence strategy.
Significant expansion: Hundreds of homes and over 20 roads have been identified for an expansion of City of Lincoln Council’s residents’ parking scheme.
Wednesday, November 18
Careful consideration: Hopes of an air show in Lincolnshire in 2017 have been boosted by comments made by a government minister.
Tuesday, November 17
Intensive air operations: Drones controlled from RAF Waddington have played a pivotal role in the UK’s increased bombing raids against ISIL in Iraq.
Future of libraries: The provision of remaining libraries and community hubs would be transferred to Greenwich Leisure Limited (GLL) under the council’s recommendations.
Friday, November 13
Immigration centre protest: Staff at an immigration centre outside Lincoln are continuing to monitor an ongoing peaceful protest.
Thursday, November 12
Two closures: HM Revenue & Customs has announced that two offices in Lincoln will close in a bid to cut costs.
Parking payment changes: Motorists will now be able to pre-book parking spaces and pay on the go in two Lincoln city centre car parks.