Growing inwards: Councillors will decide whether to support a major development in Lincoln, also known as the Western Growth Corridor.
Wednesday, December 4
Tuesday, December 3
More homes: The council managed to get 157 more homes by encouraging owners to bring long-term vacant properties back into use.
Passed proposal: Plans to turn 30 Lincolnshire libraries into community hubs or a mobile service have been approved by the County Council.
Friday, November 29
Financing help: The City of Lincoln Council are helping tenants manage their money and save with new schemes.
Tuesday, November 26
Fewer empty homes: NKDC have brought 98 empty homes back to use as part of a scheme to allocate new housing and tackle the strain of empty properties.
Monday, November 25
Asbestos waste: Lincolnshire County Council is accepting white asbestos waste at its Household Waste Recycling Centres in Whisby near Lincoln and in Boston from this week.
Friday, November 22
Slight changes: Lincolnshire County Council has revised proposals for the provision of library services in the county after a critical consultation.
Wednesday, November 20
One last push: Students, teachers and parents from three Lincoln primary schools joined library users to hand in a petition to retain funding from Lincolnshire County Council.
Friday, November 15
Feedback received: After libraries closures plans consultation, Lincolnshire County Council said it will put forward an amended set of proposals.
Tuesday, November 12
New aircraft above Lincoln skies: After procurement from the US, RAF Waddington will manage a new set of signals intelligence aircraft.