Closure Order: Tenants have been kicked out of a flat in the Stamp End area of Lincoln due to persistent reports of disturbances and drug dealing.
Thursday, October 8
Friday, October 2
Car smoking ban: In her latest column, Kate Taylor gives her opinion on the new car smoking legislation introduced on October 1.
Tuesday, September 29
Plans approved: Leading City of Lincoln councillors have agreed an additional £538,000 investment in the Lincoln Transport Hub project, and a change of opening hours at City Hall.
Monday, September 28
Weekend protest: A protest against plans to redevelop the Cornhill Quarter of Lincoln and to create a new bus station has taken place in the city.
Saturday, September 26
A trade union view: David Harding-Price campaigns for people to stand up against the government’s new Trade Union Bill.
Friday, September 25
Next stage: Leading city councillors will consider investing an additional £538,000 to help with the progression of the Lincoln Transport Hub.
Thursday, September 24
Benchmark set: City of Lincoln Council has celebrated two decades of supporting young people into work through apprenticeships.
“Risky investments”: LCC has been accused of “contributing to the devastating effects of climate change”, by investing over £113 million of pension fund money in fossil fuel companies.
Tuesday, September 22
Full capacity: Repairs to Broadgate car park have been finished, with the facility now fully re-open to motorists.
Permission granted: Councillors have unanimously approved proposals for 51 houses and six apartments on the site of a former liquid extraction facility in Lincoln.
Fourth time lucky: Plans for 12 student houses on the site of a former pub in uphill Lincoln have been approved at the fourth time of asking.
Friday, September 18
Council underspend: Lincolnshire county councillors have considered what to do with an underspend of over £35 million in its budget.
Refugee plans: Lincolnshire councillors today discussed an offer of sanctuary for refugees fleeing Syria, with the county expecting to house around 200 people over the next five years.
Thursday, September 17
Charity warning: A number of council houses in Lincoln risk being sold to fund the government’s Right to Buy initiative, according to a leading housing charity.
Wednesday, September 16
‘Quality over expense’: ULHT recorded a quarter-year deficit of more than £21 million, with councillors questioning the reliance on ‘expensive’ agency staff.