Plans approved despite objections: An outline application for 54 new homes on the site of a former Lincoln plant oil facility has been approved by the City of Lincoln Council.
Thursday, September 4
Rasen Lane development: The application to develop a former uphill Lincoln pub into 12 apartments has been refused for a third time.
Wednesday, September 3
Changes ahead of elections: A four-week consultation is taking place in North Kesteven on a range of proposals for polling stations in the area.
Parents get a helping hand: Lincolnshire parents are being urged to check their two-year-old’s eligibility for a new Government entitlement to 15 hours of free early education.
Tuesday, September 2
Back to the drawing board: Councillor Nick Worth, Executive Member for Libraries at Lincolnshire County Council looks into the future of the county library services.
Friday, August 29
Big losses: The City Council has lost around £2,000 turning away bookings after travellers settled at Hartsholme Park’s campsite.
Thursday, August 28
Aiming for bigger role: County Councillor for Lincoln Marc Jones will run as the Conservative candidate for the Great Grimsby MP seat in next year’s general elections.
Tuesday, August 26
Significant rise in fly tipping: Ironing boards, rabbit hutches and even a gas fire were among more than 1,000 items dumped in Lincoln in the past year.
Email error: Lincolnshire County Council is apologising after a ‘data breach’ which led to the names and email addresses of more than 4,000 people being sent to some 250 email addresses.
Tuesday, August 19
Waste site development: The City of Lincoln Council is awaiting test results to establish whether it can develop on the former Skewbridge and Swanpool waste sites.